Fabric Strip Spring Wreath

Fabric Strip Spring Wreath

This fabric strip wreath is so easy to make and is a great DIY project to freshen up your décor for any season or holiday.  Many craft stores now sell bundles of coordinating fabrics that are precut into strips of fat quarters.  This makes selecting fabrics for this project so easy.  You could of course make this great wreath with left over fabric from other projects as well.  With many great fabrics available, you can make a variation of this wreath for the 4th of July, Fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other time of year!

Fabric Spring Wreath

Fabric Strip Spring Wreath

Supplies:

  • Wire wreath frame
  • Strips of various pattern of fabric (length & quantity will vary depending on wreath size)
  • Scissors

 Directions:

  • Cut strips of fabric approximately 2” wide and 8” long for a 12” diameter wreath
  • Tie the strips around the 2 center rows of the wreath alternating patterns
  • Continue tying the fabric until the wreath is very full
  • Hang and enjoy!

Steps to make a fabric wreath

 

Have you ever made a wreath before? I just love being able to easily change up or add color to my home decor for each holiday or season. The other thing about this project, is if you get bored with the colors, you can untie all the scraps and start over with different scraps.

Check out my party page to see where I am linking up at!

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Robyn is a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant, Author/Owner of Robyn's View, Contributing Author on Daily Dish Magazine, and Social Media Manager for TOKYO Bistro. She enjoys DIY projects, working on crafts, researching her family history, walking on the local beaches, watching TV sitcoms, and movies. Robyn is a mom to two adult children, both of whom have flown the nest and are married. She also has two grandchildren, 4 dachshunds, 4 chickens, 2 cats, a bunny, and an amazing man in her life.

Comments

  1. Coming over from Simply Gloria link up. Love this wreath and it’s a great reuse (which is our thing) for all those fabric scraps. Will tweet it.

  2. I love the simplicity and colors of this wreath.

  3. so so beautiful! Great use of bright scraps!

  4. Looks great! I might make something like this to hang on the front door :) I have a failed fabric strip backdrop somewhere, so I’ll just reuse that!
    ~Zhenya
    http://beingzhenya.com

  5. This is beautiful, Robyn! Love the colors… so springy! Have a great week!

  6. What perfect colors and patterns for Spring! I LOVE this wreath. Please stop by and share at our link party going on now. http://www.delineateyourdwelling.com/2014/04/link-it-or-lump-it-party-number-33.html

  7. Beautiful Wreath!! So springy!! Thanks for sharing. Visiting from http://www.thelifeofacraftcrazedmom.com

  8. I love this! I’m obsessed with wreaths. :) Beautiful job!

  9. This is super cute. We have a glass door in front of out wooden door and do not have much room for traditional wreaths, but this would fit perfectly.

  10. What a great project! It turned out so pretty and Spring looking!

  11. What a great idea and great that you can have it seasonal for different events in the year.

  12. So pretty!

  13. What an adorable wreath! I love the spontaneous look of fabric strips…. Do you know about how many you used?
    :)
    “hugs” Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique
    PS This would be a fun link at my Wednesday party too!!

  14. I love this wreath! The colors are so beautiful and I love that I can use all of my scraps. I have a lot of scraps! Thanks so much or sharing this at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. I will be pinning and sharing in a round up (if you don’t mind!)

  15. Very cute and colorful – and a great way to use up leftover fabric from other projects.

  16. Sandra VanHoey says:

    This turned out so pretty and it also gave me an idea. I told my son a few days ago he had to find some great crafts for my twin granddaughters to do. They are 11 and this would be so much fun for them and something their daddy could hang on the door.

  17. This is so gorgeous! You did a wonderful job.

    Thanks so much for sharing your post at the Say G’Day Saturday linky party. I’ve just shared this on Google+ and Pinterest.

    Hope to see you again this Saturday!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  18. This is very pretty!! Thanks for sharing with us!! Have a great weekend!

  19. Love! Thanks for sharing, I can’t wait to try making one myself! Love the spring/bright colors!

  20. How pretty!! I wanna make one now! Thanks for sharing!!

  21. very cute, what a great way to use up the fabric stash! Thanks for linking up to Create Link Inspire, you are featured this weekend! I’ve shared it all around and would love for to as well if you get a chance ;o) Emily@Nap-Time Creations

  22. An easy craft that I can do and it may actually look good! So cool…thanks for sharing!!

  23. THIS IS VERY CREATIVE PIECE–I WOULD NOT EVER GET SOMETHING LIKE THAT TO TURN OUT.

  24. I am not crafty at all but I KNOW I can make that wreath!! It is too cute!!

  25. I love seeing do it yourself projects that aren’t too involved. I enjoy your blog.

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