How To Make A No-Sew Christmas Wreath

How To Make A No-Sew Christmas Wreath

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This tutorial for how to make a Christmas wreath is an excellent way to use up fabric scraps and create a pretty wreath.

The video is for a wreath for the 4th of July, but it can be used for any occasion, as noted at the end.

Use Christmas colors and patterns and you’ll have a beautiful wreath; your holiday guests will be touching it, trying to figure out how you made it.

Once the fabric pieces are ready, you could do this wreath while you’re watching a movie.

Have a look at the video and see if you want to have a go.  The first few seconds made me smile; we get to see Alfie the dog wearing a finished wreath.

Supplies Needed

Step-By-Step Instructions

  • Cut fabric into squares of about 2 inches. They don’t need to be perfect or even square.
  • Lay out some pieces of fabric face down; choose different patterns and colors.
  • Place a blob of glue on each piece.
  • Put a piece of fabric onto the foam, right side up.
  • Take the pencil and push the fabric into the foam.
  • Do different sections of the hoop to make sure the patterns and colors are distributed evenly.
  • Check for white gaps and fill them in.
  • Glue on the decorations and maybe a Christmas bow, allow the glue to dry.
  • Glue the cord to the back of the hoop, and use pins to hold it in place until it’s dry.
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