How to Make a Fabric Wreath
If you fancy adding a bit of spring festivity to your home this Easter, a wreath is a fantastic and subtle way to do so. Go soft and subtle with a fabric wreath, using a polystyrene base instead of a rattan one for some soft spring styling – pastels are a must!
Project by Debbie Thorne
Skill level : Beginner – intermediate
Time to make : One to one and a half hours
Cut or rip the fat quarters into varying widths and wrap the wreath, overlapping as you go, and securing on the reverse with glue.
2. Repeat with narrower strips of fabric, yarn, ribbons, and trims. Build texture with layers, raw edges and by tying knots.
3. Roll and twist three lengths of fabric into rose blooms and glue in place.
4. Finally, cut some fabric leaves and add those.