Lace Woman Floor Lamp




About: We are Necdet and Gizem. Necdet is an industrial product designer. Gizem is a fashion designer. And other members of family are 6 cats. We love all kind of animal. We only hate animal products.

Hello everyone,

This is a side lamp to decorate your living rooms or bedroom.

It's made of american cloth.

Let's see steps.


Step 1: Tools and Materials

-Woman dummy for tailors ( You can choose your model)

-Nettle Cloth ( to tease apart for threads, it's to much work, you can find threads already (= )

-Stretch Film

-Porcelain Glue

-Lamp Socket

-Plywood 4 mm

-Round Sticks 4mm radius

-Fabric Hardener

-Crochet Cotton

Step 2: Get the Threads

To tease apart nettle cloth is a really exacting job. (=

Step 3: Preparing Model

Don't skip to stretch your model. It helps to remove body you made.

After stretching it, paste your lace handful with porcelain glue to all body except bottom.

Through Dry-time is 1 day.

Step 4: Preparing Lamp Part

-Cut Plywood explained dwg file but your model can be different so measure your model's bottom side and draw your bottom part and lamp part.

-Drill your 4 mm holes on bottom part and on lamp socket.

-Place sticks to bottom part and lamp socket.

-Place the cable to lamp socket

-Wrap it with crochet cotton

-Glue it with porcelain glue.

-Wait to dry.

Step 5: Assemble Time.

And our model is dried.

-Take out your lace body from your model, cut just 1 side of lace body.

-Stick the bottom plywood part with lace body.

-And paste again the threads with porcelain glue through all cut part of lace body

-Wait to dry.

Now ready to try!

Hope you like.



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    6 Discussions


    2 years ago

    The way this filters light is really lovely. Why did you choose nettle cloth?

    Great job!

    1 reply

    Reply 2 years ago


    We use nettle cloth, because it was easiest one to tease apart.

    The other threads on market is not same fineness.


    2 years ago

    This is a really great idea! You could probably use a lot of different materials other than the threads to create the texture if you wanted, fabric, lace, paper. What is the porcelain glue you are using, can you add link to that?

    1 reply