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08 October, 2015

Easy Halloween Fabric Wreath...Just Tie It!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Halloween Wreath...Just Tie It!It’s been crazy busy at my house so I am doing some easy decorating for Halloween this year beginning with this super-simple-to-make fabric wreath! The little grands are excited about the arrival of Halloween so I wanted to be sure that I had something special on my front door to greet them. And if the wreath looks familiar, it’s because this is actually the third one I have created using this method, including…

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT No-Sew Fabric Wreath  one for spring

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Stars and Stripes Burlap Wreath...Just Tie It! and another for the 4th of July!

OzAnd the minute that I saw these cute fabrics at Hobby Lobby, I knew another fabric wreath was in my future! Our CEO Miss Ozzie is particularly fond of Halloween since the black and orange decorations complement her fur!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Halloween Wreath...Just Tie It! supplies Here’s what you will need:
  • 1 yard each of 2 different coordinating fabrics (Most prints are 44-45 inches wide.)
  • 14 inch foam wreath form
  • Jute twine  
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT No-Sew Fabric Wreath graphicAnd here’s what you will do:
First, cut off the selvedge (the white part along the edge) then cut each of the two fabrics in half so that you now have four 18 x44 inch pieces. (I find that it is easier to work with a smaller section rather than the entire yard of fabric.) Next cut each of these into three equal pieces. My measurements are not exact since it depends on the size of your selvedge. For each of the fabrics, stack up the three pieces that you have just cut and cut them again into nine 2” strips. Repeat until you have cut all of the fabrics into strips.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Halloween Wreath...Just Tie It! tutorial Now you are ready to begin making the wreath:
  1. Fold a strip in half and tie it around the form using a double knot. Then open up the ends of the strips to create a fuller bow.
  2. Tie them in a pattern that pleases you. I found that tying them in groups of six helped to create larger splashes of color.
  3. Keep working until you have covered the whole wreath form.
  4. Be sure that you have added in as many strips as you need to fill in the whole wreath.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Halloween Wreath...Just Tie It!Our CEO Ozzie says that it will be even prettier if you will take it one more step and wiggle each of the strips a little, alternating directions as you go, so that the the knots are not all lined up in a row, then fluff the wreath to give it a fuller look.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Easy Halloween Wreath...Just Tie It! Finally, make a loop of jute twine and hot glue it to the back of the wreath. It is now ready to be hung and be enjoyed! :-)

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT 10  Easy Ideas for HalloweenAnd just in case you are like me and need a few more ideas for Halloween, here are my favorites…10+ Easy Ideas for Halloween! And stay tuned because I have the easiest idea ever for creating a Halloween throw pillow coming your way next!
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  1. Thanks the kind of project I love! Easy!!

  2. You seem to have a great CEO,and i love this wreath , thanks Debbie.

  3. I have made my fabric wreaths in the past on a wire frame but this looks a lot easier, and may not require as much fabric. I love yours and your method for making them! It is always great to learn new things!


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