DIY Rainbow Fabric Scrap Rag Wreath

By: Angie Wilson from
DIY Rainbow Fabric Scrap Rag Wreath
DIY Rainbow Fabric Scrap Rag Wreath
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Have you ever seen more fun and colorful DIY wreaths? So many wreaths are for holidays or special occasions but this one is perfect for everyday happiness. Adjust the colors to match your color schemes or scraps as needed to make this amazing rainbow wreath. This is a no-sew decoration is one that anyone can make and it's sure to have everyone visiting your home smiling from ear to ear.

From the Blogger: "Learn how to make this fabulous no-sew rainbow fabric scrap rag wreath. Perfect for making while binge-watching your favourite television show. Provides year-round decoration for your front door, or use it as wall art of a table centerpiece."


Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand


Materials List

  • Wire wreath form
  • Fabric Scraps
  • Scissors

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I absolutely love this colorful and welcoming wreath. I want my door to as inviting as the one this hangs on. What great Feng Shui . I know what to do with the scraps I have not been able to throw away(i can't throw anything away that may be recycled) Thanks for such a wonderful idea. Namaste Esineda

Well I know what I am doing tonight. I have the fabric, the wire wreath and the scissors so here I go. It looks easy and good exercise for the fingers. Thank you for the pattern.

This scrap fabric wreath is charming. I imagine coordinating seasonal fabric scraps to tie onto the wire wreath frame would look just as nice. Red, white and blue coordinated fabrics for July 4th, pastel colors for spring, or autumn golds for fall, and of course red, green, and maybe white for Christmas time would be good choices. I found the tutorial very easy to follow as well.

This wreath is super cute. I just love how vibrant it is! I have been teaching my students to be environmentally conscious, so I think that this one might be a fun one for my class as it reuses little leftovers that might normally be thrown away. Hooray! I also like how you can customize the look depending on the fabrics that you use. I think I would like to try using scraps in an ombre shade for a modern effect. A great project to try out! It's going on my pin board for sure.


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