Thursday, 13 December 2012

Christmas Fabric Wreaths

Fun Fabric Wreaths
These wreaths are so very simple to make from scraps of fabric. Collect a bundle of co-ordinating fabrics; each piece needs to be around six inches long and around two inches wide but a little more or less in size is fine. Cut each strip with pinking shears to tidy the edges. Around a hundred plus pieces are needed. A wire coat hanger makes the base and needs to be bent into a rough circle shape.

You then you just simply tie each strip until you have covered the coat hanger. To make it more Christmassy simply use some Christmas type fabric and colours and add some baubles or bows.

 Coat Hanger

Strip Of Fabric Sewn To Cover The Hook 2 x 6 inches

Hook Covered With Sheath

First Ties In Place

About fifty ties in place


Almost Complete

Finished Wreath

Now For A Christmas Fabric Wreath! 


  1. Yay, we hung ours out on the weekend, but it lives indoors at night, paranoid it would be gone in the morning!

  2. I love fabric wreaths...these look very pretty!

  3. Very cool project! I might even be able to pull this one off. :-)

  4. What a lovely wreath, another stuff to make with left over Christmas Fabric,.


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