This has to be the most fun fabric wreath to make! Super easy, inexpensive, quick, stress relieving, and turns out handsomely…what more could you want in a craft project?!
A friend of mine found this project on the blog, The DIY Show Off, and after trying it herself, insisted that I make one. What a great friend! I love admiring how beautifully this wreath came out and dreaming of what fabrics to make the next out of. I finished this first wreath in about an hour. It’s as simple as pinking some fabric squares then jabbing them into a straw wreath form with a screw driver. (That’s the stress relieving part of it!)
The vine pattern batik I picked out at Joann Fabric (and purchased with a 50% off coupon!) was perfect for this project. With the pinked edges, the wreath has a very organic texture. I didn’t use any glue, and the fabric used totals a yard and a third. My wreath didn’t have any bare spots, but there were plenty of places I could have added more fabric if I had it.
I tied it with some grosgrain ribbon, and hung it from my old porch door. Love it! I can’t wait to make the next!