Towel lad­der

Style at Home (UK) - - Make It Get It For Less -

Dis­play pretty tow­els on this DIY hang­ing rack Takes 1hr Cost £7.94

4 x pieces of 50cm long wood Drill with 7mm bit Sand­pa­per 6mm thick nat­u­ral sisal rope, £7.94 for 30.5m, B&Q

Sticky tape Ruler & pen­cil

Take four match­ing pieces of wood mea­sur­ing 50cm long and, 3cm from each end, drill a 7mm hole with a wood bit through each. Use sand­pa­per to smooth the edges. Cut two pieces of rope to 140cm long. On one length, tie a knot in one end and wrap sticky tape around the other to stop it from fray­ing.

1Thread the rope up through the first piece of wood (with the sticky taped end first), and push the wood down so it rests firmly on the knot. Tie another knot 23cm above the first length of wood and thread on the next piece of wood. Make another knot at equal height and con­tinue un­til all four rungs are in place. Re­peat with the sec­ond piece of rope and knot the loose ends of the rope to­gether at the top to hang.


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