First: you will need a 6 section wire wreath you can find them at any craft store they are $2.49 at Michael's
you will also need your fabric I normally choose 8 fat quarters (or 2 yards) just so I get a variety of colors and patterns and do not spend a lot of money on wasted fabric... (if you are near SSI Connie at Stepping Stones has a great selection)
and finally you will need a GOOD pair of scissors trust me when I say good it makes things a lot easier
Second: Cut your fabric into strips the thicker your pieces the fuller the wreath however if you cut them too wide they won't tie right I normally do about 2.5 inches wide... also be careful to not cut them to short you fingers will not like you! it is easier to just trim
Third: once you have cut all your fabric into strips just start tying knots as demonstrated in the photos below. I tie them by sections but you can do it by each ring. Once you get a couple of knots tied make sure you slide them over so they are tight this makes for a full wreath. I have done at least a hundred of these and it still takes me close to 2 hours to complete so just keep knotting!
(no need to double knot)
This is what it will look like when you have completed one section make sure when you are done you turn the wreath over and push all the fabric ends to the front and all you can see along the back is knots.
And TADA your very own fabric wreath is complete these make fun gifts and decor for every season and holiday!
I hope this was informative and helpful if I can clarify anything please leave me a comment! and have fun tying those knots!
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