Make a Pretty Wreath from Fabric Leaves

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It’s Great in Any Color Palette!

Fabric leaves applied to a wreath form create a charming decoration for a door or wall. Add a fabric bow to dress it up or enjoy it as is and let the fabric shine.

This will be great in prints for any season. We tend to think of wreaths as Christmas decor, but it’s easy to imagine this in spring pastels, fall colors, and other palettes.

Leaf Wreath Pattern

Play with color and enjoy watching your wreath come together. We played in Photoshop to give you an idea of what it looks like in brighter prints.

Leaf Wreath Pattern

The finished wreath, designed by Kathie Donahue from Prairie Cottage Corner, is 9″ x 9″.

Click here to purchase the “Leaf Wreath” pattern.


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