Festive Rag Fabric Wreath


Festive Rag Fabric Wreath

Christmas scraps start collecting around mid-October, and by December they've completely taken over the scrap pile. The Spirit of Christmas Fabric Wreath is the solution! This piece of DIY Christmas decor will look so gorgeous on the front door or hanging from the mantle. Best of all, using scraps won't cost you a thing! DIY Christmas wreaths are such great projects during the holidays because they last forever, make great gifts, and aren't hard to put together. Give your front stoop a little holiday spirit with this adorable wreath.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine


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This scrap fabric project is perfect to occupy older children on a stormy day and at the same time include them in holiday festivities. Since so many 2 inch by 2 inch fabric squares are needed, pre-cutting the little squares to push into the foam wreath is easily accomplished with a rotary cutter. Fun project.

Have made this before. They can be a little time consuming, but if you set up an assembly line it becomes a great project for kids to make for grandparents...I love mine!!! We've made them for just about every holiday, for teachers, friends, family, as hostess gifts. They use up all your scraps which is always a good idea!!!

Have made this before..a little time consuming, but great project for kids to make for grandparents...I love mine!!!

A long time ago, I saw a wreath that looked similar except it used grocery bags cut into strips tied all around. i don't know why it never ocurred to me to use fabric strips. And if you change the colors and chose some different decorations this could be made into wreaths for different holidays or seasons.


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