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How to Make a Fabric Wreath

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If you fancy adding a bit of spring festivity to your home this Easter, a wreath is a fantastic and subtle way to do so. Go soft and subtle with a fabric wreath, using a polystyrene base instead of a rattan one for some soft spring styling – pastels are a must!

Project by Debbie Thorne

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How to make

Step-1

Cut or rip the fat quarters into varying widths and wrap the wreath, overlapping as you go, and securing on the reverse with glue.

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Step-2

Repeat with narrower strips of fabric, yarn, ribbons, and trims. Build texture with layers, raw edges and by tying knots.

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Step-3

Roll and twist three lengths of fabric into rose blooms and glue in place.

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Finally, cut some fabric leaves and add those.

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