We’re so excited to be teaching a class again at the Pinners Conference in Salt Lake City!
We have been presenters for three years now and it just gets bigger and better every year! We love hanging out with crafty friends like you at our class and we love going to all the other amazing classes and doing a little shopping while we’re there. So, so fun! If you came to our class-thank you and we love you! If you couldn’t make it our class - - we forgive you. 😉 And we’ve got the full tutorial here for the perfect fabric rag wreath for Fall so you can make one too.
Seriously though, this wreath is so cute for anytime decor don’t you think? It’s quick, easy and inexpensive. Yes! And in colors like yellow, white and tan we just might keep it up all year! (Of course, you can make it in any colors you want.)
Here’s what you need:
- 1/4 yard white fabric
- 1/4 yard tan fabric
- 1/4 yard yellow/gold fabric
- 12 inch foam wreath form
- Rotary cutter, mat, and ruler (or scissors and measuring tape)
First, cut the fabric into strips that are 12 inches long and 1 inch wide.
Scrunch, and slide each section until they all look even and the wreath form underneath is covered. So simple! We made two different versions of the wreath and love them both.
For the look on the left, alternate 7 strips of each color making a pattern. Each color will have 4 sections.
One set of supplies, two different looks. Which one do you prefer?
Can we just say, man we love a good wreath! Especially one that’s so simple, but oh so cute! Since we taught a wreath class last year at the Pinners Conference too, we’ve had a few people comment that we’re kind of becoming the “wreath girls.” We are so fine with that! Ha ha! We think everyone needs a great wreath……..or 10. 😉 Check out last year’s Pinners conference wreath HERE - - it’s super cute and also pretty simple.
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