Spring Rag Wreath

I know my interests typically lie in furniture and remaking it although every now and then I feel like doing something more crafty.  I needed a new wreath for my door as the seasons have changed so today I created a new wreath.  This wreath is super easy and anyone can make it.  All you need are a ton of fabric scraps and about an hour of time.  My scraps included a valance as well as a sheet I had laying around so it was a great way to repurpose these linens as well.  The beauty of this project is that you don’t even have to measure or be at all precise.  That is my method of operation all the time anyay so this project was PERFECT for me!
 I used a wire wreath frame for this project. 

First, I cut lots of fabric strips. 
I would recommend cutting the fabric 6 inches or so long and an inch wide.  I started with strips about 9 inches long, but found that when I finished, I needed to give my wreath a haircut as it was too unruly and had no shape.  I suppose you can make it however you like.  I folded the strips in half and secured them to the form with a T-knot and continued with this around the entire form varying fabric until it was all filled in. Really easy and very cottage.  I love how cute it looks on my front door!

Isn’t it cute?
The colors are so spring!
How are you decorating for spring this year?
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  1. That is adorable! I love the look of rag wreaths, banners, etc. Great job!

  2. LOVE it! It came out so pretty!

  3. It’s adorable Stacy! Great use for scraps (and sheets!)
    Blessings, Lorraine

  4. I love your wreath Stacey! It looks great on your door and I like that it is so easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Love that. It looks really good.

  6. That looks so pretty–I love it!

  7. At this point I think I can make one of those, but most things look easier to me then they really are. I’m going to pin it and give it a whirl.


  8. Very cute wreath! The fabric is really sweet.

  9. Love that wreath it is so full and fluffy. I’m happy I found your wonderful blog I’m now following, I would love it if you came to visit me and share this and any other things you would like to share at my party. @ http://www.arosiesweethome.com/search?updated-max=2012-04-08T19:30:00-07:00&max-results=7

  10. Such a cute wreath and I love those colors!! We loved having you join our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Hope to see you next week! -The Sisters

  11. Stacey,

    This is lovely! I followed you over from Sundae Scoop Link Party and would love for you to share this and any other posts at my link party. http://www.michellestastycreations.blogspot.com.


  12. SUPER CUTE Wreath!!! Xo, Aimee

  13. Adorable wreath. My little grandsons tell me that I am a little OCD. Is a T knot a square not? Thought maybe there was a knot that I had missed.


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