Cute. Fun. Stylish. Practical. Flexible. Sturdy.
This is a hand-crocheted hanging wall plant holder / basket for indoor use. It is perfect for planting herb gardens, succulents, cuttings, etc. It can also be used as a storage basket for any small items you want at hand and organized.
This is a great way to decorate and bring a little life into your space by hanging them up on a hook, knob, nail or even use the commando strips.
These also make great gifts!
Holds a container up to 3” in diameter and 3” deep.
Height: Approx 7.5" from top of hanger to bottom of basket. 5.5" excluding the handle.
Width: Approx 4.5" at its widest
Depth: Approx 2.5" deep
Note: Sizes vary slightly but will be close to the above measurements.
Care Instructions: Machine wash, lay flat to
dry. Made of 100% cotton.
Note: Colors may vary slightly due to difference in monitors, lighting when pictures were taken, and yarn dye lots.
NaRose Designs has a unique touch to each hand crafted piece in that you almost can literally feel the passion that went into each work.
The most beautiful and unique customized jewelry you'll ever find. Specialized and personalized designs. I absolutely admire all of her creations that is priced at an affordable costs; which is also beautifully wrapped and packaged for shipping. I am extremely excited about my purchase for this Christmas gift giving season.
A combination of beauty and personality. I am in love with my bracelets and I didn't wait long to receive them. Thank you Narose Designs for the extra touch of class!
She does beautiful work that holds up so well! I am a repeat customer and enjoy her jewelry as much as her crochet work. So far I have one of her market bags (shown) and a unique asymmetrical triangle shawl. Best of all she gives back to the community!!!
Owner, Designer, Maker
Hi, my name is Naana Danquah Jefferson. I am the daughter of Rose Danquah.
As a little girl, I remember my mother trying to teach me how to sew. We had African wax fabric squares and we were trying to sewl them together to make a blanket. I also remember that my mother used to sew her own clothes.
Unfortunately, I didn't have the opportunity to spend a lot of time with my mother to learn more about her creative side, but I know that's where I got it from! Hence Na (Naana) Rose.
I think she would be excited and proud to see what I am doing now. She was and is my inspiration. I thank her for being the creator she was.
In addition, I am a mommy to a toddler and two fur babies, wife, attorney, and studio owner. Whew! Lol.