Thursday, September 16, 2010

Halloween Fabric Wreath

K everyone, here is a mini tutorial on how to make a quick Halloween or Fall wreath. I found this idea last Thursday morning from A Little Bit Of Everything's blog and was off to the store running to get some material so I could make one, I LOVE this idea and how easy and inexpensive it was, I bought 1/2 yard of 4 different materials that I liked with a total cost of about $5.47 the hanger was free from a friend, THANKS, and the ribbon was from my stash. Gotta love that! :) click on the picture to enlarge it!
I cut 1 inch strips or actually snipped then tore them down, then from there I cut the strips into about 7-1/4 inches long...
I bent my hanger straight down and was going to make a circle but liked the square so much that I left it like that :) then I just started tying like you would your shoe, I didn't even knot the material, just a simple right over left and then moved on, that's it, it took me about an hour to complete it.
Here's a picture of my ribbon, I got this last year or the year before from M's or J's.
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8 comments:

A Little Bit of Everything! said...

Your rag wreath turned out super cute. Thanks for the link up and you should try some of the toilet paper Pumpkins too. Super easy. :)

jgirl said...

very,very cute! ;0)

paul, jaylene, kaden and karter said...

that looks super cute and easy, just my style :) may have to go get some cloth, i have been feeling the urge to do something crafty lately which doesnt happen often, this looks perfect for me! :)

Celeste B. said...

How simple and cute!! TFS - great idea! :)

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This is such a great idea!

Jean said...

This is so cool. I bet it takes a lot of time to tie all of that fabric.

Kim. said...

This is very different but strangely beautiful, great mix of colours and very very effective.
Kim xXx

Raven B said...

This is really cool. I think I may have to make one of these.
Hugs,
Raven