Recently, I decided to experiment with the types of dowels I use for hanging my wall weavings. I normally choose smooth wooden dowels for their modern, minimal look, but decided to start incorporating the raw beauty of driftwood a bit more. What I’ve discovered is that using driftwood, however, requires a bit more work. While smooth dowels are easy to add to a weaving – just slip through the loops at the top and you’re done – driftwood is a bit trickier. Because of their uneven, sometimes gnarly bits, slipping driftwood through the top loops of a finished weaving causes each loop to sit at different heights, thus creating a wobbly hanging. But there is a way around that! Today, I’ll be showing you how to attach a driftwood hanger to a wall weaving so that it hangs evenly every time.