Thick jute is a bit difficult to work with, but gives you a nice primitive natural look.
Crocheted in a spiral pattern in back loops only,
I started with a small circle of single crochet and added random stitches to increase as I went along.
I attached 4 evenly spaced jute cords at the top for hanging and embellished it with buttons cut from vintage deer antlers that were found in my mother's basement.
Now I need to decide what I'm going to put in there.
A plant would be the obvious choice, but I thought it might make a nice home for my collection of vintage wooden knitting needles.
What do you think?