Make a Pretty Braided Fabric Christmas Wreath

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Vary the Length and Width of the Starting Strips to Change the Size!

Stuffed and braided tubes of fabric make a lovely Christmas wreath. Stitch up a pretty matching bow or use wide ribbon, and consider hanging an ornament from the center for a charming finish.

This easy wreath is highly adaptable, too. Start with shorter strips for a smaller wreath. You can also vary the width of the fabric tubes to change the look from fat and sassy to thin and elegant. In fact, short thin strips can be used to make a small tree ornament. 

Braided Fabric Wreath Tutorial

The wreath will be pretty in fabrics for other seasons, too. And, they make great gifts. We’ve seen wreaths of all one color that are stunning.

Braided Fabric Wreath Tutorial

Wreath found on Pinterest.

Braided Fabric Wreath

Wreath found on Pinterest.

Braided Fabric Wreath Ornaments

Wreath ornaments found on Pinterest. Two tubes are used instead of three but you get an idea of how small braided wreaths would look.

Creating a braided wreath is really quite simple. Amy of Peek-a-boo Pages provides a good tutorial that shows a simple way to hide the braided ends.

Click here for the free “Christmas Braided Wreath” tutorial.

Tamara Tripodi also provides a good tutorial. Her method is just as simple and produces a smaller wreath. The starting strips are 22″ long instead of 44″ as Amy’s are (finished dimensions are not provided for either wreath).

Braided Fabric Wreath Tutorial

Take a look at both tutorials and choose the one that works best for you. Have fun playing with the strip sizes to create your own beautiful fabric holiday wreath!

Click here for Tamara’s free “Braided Fabric Christmas Wreath” tutorial.



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