Tuesday 5 November 2019

A Year of Wreaths: November Felt Holly Wreath Tutorial

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This month's wreath is nice and simple!

Perfect for crafting during a cosy winter evening in, or a lazy weekend, this bright holly wreath will add a pop of colour to your decor this winter or Christmas.

the finished holly wreath

The yarn-wrapped wreath is decorated with a ring of felt holly leaves and red felt ball “berries”. 

I used bright red yarn to wrap my wreath for a cheerful look but this design would also look great on a pale background (perhaps a white yarn or strips of a neutral fabric?).

I love the 3D effect of the felt balls but you could cut small red felt circles, or use red buttons instead.

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bairozan said...

Can you believe it I have never made a wreath of my own? I think I have all the necessary stuff to make a small one using this pattern. I'll probably do it with my granddaughter :)

Bugs and Fishes said...

Wreaths are such fun to make! I hope you'll enjoy crafting this one :)