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Triangles of fabric are used to make this beautiful wreath. An origami-type folding technique is used to create the units that make up the wreath.
Sew the units together, add a hanging loop and decorate the wreath with beads, sequins, or buttons if you’re so inclined.
While it’s a simple project there is some hand sewing involved. That makes it a great take-along project once the machine stitching is done.
The finished wreath, designed by Lynne Edwards at Gathered, is about 11″ across. Create a smaller version by omitting the outer ring.
You’ll also need the triangle template found here (or use a 60-degree ruler).
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