This is a Super Easy Project to Complete!
Dig into your stash and pull out narrow strips for this charming fabric wreath (you can also start with yardage). It’s so simple to make that you can do it while chatting or watching TV.
Select fabrics for a particular season, like autumn, Christmas and spring, or use your favorite colors for a wreath to display all year around. Choose an array of colors or a coordinated combination.
A wreath made on a wire frame of 11″ – 15″ with 8″ strips of fabric.
From Silly Old Suitcase. Learn how.
Embellish the finished wreath, or not, with a bow, stuffed ornaments or other goodies that work well with it.
Wreath made from a coat hanger and 2″ x 9″ fabric strips.
From A Little Slice Of. Learn how.
By AWorkOfArtSA on Etsy.
Start with a frame and tie thin fabric strips around it. Wire, a coat hanger or even a thin styrofoam wreath shape all work well for the frame. Cut fabric strips to the length you’ll need to knot around the frame with ends left over to bush out. Shorter strips will be bushier than longer ones.
For a coat hanger frame, strips that are 1 to 1.5″ wide by 5 to 6″ long work well. You may want to experiment a bit to determine the optimal width and length of strips for your frame. Don’t worry, this is a bit of a free-form project and you can’t really get it wrong.
The following photo from Fabric Editions shows how to make a wreath using a styrofoam form.
When adding the fabric strips to any type of frame, be sure to push them as close together as possible.
The following tutorial will walk you through the steps of making a wreath using a coat hanger. There are additional tutorials under the photos above (click on “Learn how” in the descriptions).
By AWorkOfArtSA on Etsy.
From Made It.
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