This picture shows the front of my house. These first 3 are hanging from the eave. There is also a tree in the yard with others hung from it. Pictures down the way will show the others.
This one is made using 6 ply jute and it is holding a 12" clay pot with a saucer. This piece has been around for about 6 years. Even though it has been under the eave and under a tree, it still has to endure the heat, wind and rain of the Arizona Desert. (The tile mural behind this hanger is one of my many murals that I have made.)
This hanger is made using2 mm poly and it is holding a 12" clay pot with a saucer. I wanted to show that even though people think 2 mm poly is very small, it can still hold the weight of a 12" pot.
This hanger is made using Clothesline (was hand dyed but since faded from being outside) and is holding a 10" clay pot with a saucer.
This is another Clothesline hanger that is holding an 8" pot with saucer. It was also hand-dyed piece but since the sun has faded it a bit.
This is a 2 mm poly hanger that holds two 6" pots. Now this one probably won't handle clay saucers but being outside the pots don't really need them. At this time the pots are the plastic kind that have saucers attached. I really don't like them because you don't know how much water the saucer can hold.
This is a 4 mm poly hanger that is holding a 6" pot. At this time it is a plastic pot that had a Petunia in it. But it couldn't stand the 105 degree heat. Currently, this hanger and pot holds a Vinca that seems to love the heat.
This is a hanger made using 6 ply jute and is holding an 8" pot with saucer. This spider plant was grown as a baby from one of the plants in the front yard.
This is one of my oldest hangers it was outside and I needed a volunteer to be inside. It is made using 4 mm poly and it is holding a 6" pot with a saucer.
This is a cotton/poly blend that I hand dyed. Seeing how it is this type of material, it is not meant to be out of the heat. It is holding an 8" pot with a saucer. It can also hold a 10" pot as well.