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By Kat from PA
What size scraps do you use? 2x2 3x4 so on. I'm just starting to learn to make wreaths and I'm very interested. Thanks, hapier01 at yahoo com
This is a guide about making a coat hanger cloth wreath. This coat hanger cloth wreath will make a wonderful Christmas decoration.
To make a Victorian wreath use a straw wreath and cut 4x4 inch pieces of ecru lace (fabric store). It depends on how large the wreath is for the amount of lace. Take Phillips screwdriver and in center of each lace square, puncture it into wreath until the wreath is nice and full.
Decorate with holiday ornaments or just a big bow and hang. Its easy and beautiful above a sofa or fireplace. When you store it put in large plastic bag; will last for years. Enjoy!
By gammy2player from Monroe, GA
I did this years ago, and went so far as to make one in Christmas colors, Halloween, Spring, Autumn colors, etc. They just stack to store and fluff up easily. I even did a patriotic one with small flags added. Love them!
This is a guide about making a rag wreath. A rag wreath is an excellent recycled decoration for Christmas.
This wreath is inexpensive to make (I made mine for under $10!) but will be a treasured gift for many years. It can be made to fit any decor, personality, or holiday.
This is a guide about making a mini rag wreath. Rag wreaths are colorful and easy to make. This diminutive version is perfect for a small spot that needs a splash of color.
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I would like to know if anyone has a pattern for a fabric wreath. It is a ruffled material wreath panel that is sewed and then slides onto a Styrofoam circle form.
You sew the material in a long panel and bunch together to form ruffles on the form, then you can attach a bow. Its pretty and also very country, I had a pattern years ago, but cannot locate now. Thanks.
By Debbie from Christiansburg, VA
Debbie: Sandi here from Yorktown!!
You don't need a pattern. Measure the width of your form (in other words, how wide it is around the form, not the entire circle) then give yourself about 1/2" leaway. If the form is 2" from the inside of the circle to the outside, it will be another 2" in the back, and then there will be the width in the bottom and the top.
Cut your fabric 3 times the circumferance of your entire circle. Sew the tube, thread it on, whip stitch the two ends together and decorate.