Fabric Wreath




Introduction: Fabric Wreath

This Fabric Wreath is an simple, fun craft and a great gift!

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Step 1: Supplies

All you need is a medal hanger, scissors, and any sort of fabric will work, But I would recommend having a yard or two total.
I'll be using the fabric above!

Step 2: Hanger

Take the hanger and bend it till it forms a circle. Doesn't have to be perfect!

Step 3: Cutting the Fabric

Take your fabric, and cut it into 1/2 to 1 inch thick and about 6 inches long.
This will take time so be patient!

Hint: If you cut a slit into the fabric and tear the 2 sides apart it will rip straight all the way down. If you take maybe 3 or 4 long strips of fabric and line them up with each other you can fold them in half multiple times until its about the right length and just cut them where its looped. It will help this process go quicker!

Step 4: Tying the Fabric

Take the hanger and the pieces of fabric and begin to tie them in a knot around the hanger.
Continue to do so until the wreath is full.

If your using more than one color or pattern of fabric it's always fun doing a pattern!

Step 5: Wreath Complete!

Now that your done, grab a nail and hang it on your front door or give it to a friend!

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    5 years ago on Step 4

    You can also take a double length strip of one of the fabrics and tie it to the bottom of the coat hanger hook at the top of the wreath, then wrap it tightly round the whole hook finishing it with a little blob of glue to hold it secure. Looks much better than having the wire showing x


    6 years ago

    I love this idea! I'm going to try it out today!