As more and more people are jumping on the sewing wagon, I wanted to share project variety. Today I saw this project from a new blogger for a quick and easy Spring wreath and thought it was a lovely idea. What a great way to make a beautiful fabric wreath with some basic supplies. No sewing machine is needed to create this work of art. Let’s show her some support and check out how she did it…
and pssst… if you stop by or find her on Instagram tell her I sent you!
Quick and easy Spring wreath!
Polystyrene wreath/ring (size of your choice – I used a 30cm wreath)
Fabric cut into strips
– My fabric strips were 6.5cm/2.5″ wide x the width of the fabric which was 112cm/44″
– I used 10 strips to cover this wreath
Fabric cut into circles
– 3 x large circles – diameter approx 18cm/7″
– 6 x small circles – diameter approx 11cm/4.5″
Scissors or rotary cutter and cutting mat
Glue gun / glue
Needle and thread
Let’s get started!
I drew around a bowl and a large glass (sizes as above) to give me the two different-sized flowers.
Cut out your desired number of flowers in the sizes of your choice. Take your first circle and with a needle and thread do a running stitch around the circle about 1/2 cm in from the edge.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog… you have made a Crafty Mammy very happy 🙂 Keep an eye out for more ‘how to’ blogs coming soon!
Should you wish to have a closer look at this pretty pink fabric, or other fabrics available in my shop, please visit craftymammyfabrics on Etsy.