Folded squares of fabric, pins and a wreath form come together to produce a beautiful wreath for the holidays. There’s no sewing involved so this is a great project for when you need a sewing break.
Plus, the wreath will be wonderful in your favorite Christmas colors (and in colors for any season). Start with ten 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips in a beautiful combination (or leftover 5″ charm squares). Finish it off with a pretty ribbon, like the gold glitter version used in the example.
Jen from Shabby Fabrics shows how to put the wreath together in the following video.
Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.
You’ll need the following (besides the fabric strips and ribbon):
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