Fabric Scrap Fall Wreath

Okay, I promise this is my last fall wreath this season, LOL. Hey, my mommy needed one too, right?! I really love how this came out, I used the same technique for this as my patriotic fabric wreath. This post isn’t quite as detailed as that one so if you want to see step by step how to make this wreath please visit that post. But, never the less I hope you enjoy this wreath!

 

Fabric Scrap Fall Wreath

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I love mixing colors and patterns, so I picked out some fabric that I thought would go nicely together and was super fall colors.

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I painstakingly cut my form out of the wire mesh, cut the fabric into strips and looped each piece on. You need about a foot and a half of each type of fabric for this wreath.

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I cut the excess wire off the outer and inner circles after this picture.

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With twine I attached a piece that would easily hang on the wreath hanger in the position I wanted. With another piece of twine I attached this little ornament I found that I thought was cute and went with the overall theme.

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That’s it super easy. You can see here ^ how I attached the pieces of fabric, I alternated about two rows of loops, skipped one and then two more rows. You can do as many pieces of fabric as you wish, the more you do the more full it will look and ultimately the more GORgeous it will come out!

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I think this way I saved some time and also some fabric. I think it looks pretty good, what do you think?

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I really like how the fabric begins to fray and gives it a rustic look to it. I do have to warn you, I came out with a few battle scars (not really scars but a few scrapes) from this wire mesh just like the last wreath I made like this. But, in the end I think it’s worth it. A couple fingers are a little sore today too, LOL.

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I hope you enjoyed this post! And, remember if you need more detailed instructions like how to cut the wire mesh and what sized pieces to cut the fabric, visit my patriotic fabric wreath post. Until tomorrow,

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43 Comments at Fabric Scrap Fall Wreath

  1. So fun and I love the colors, Dana! Thanks so much for linking up to All My Bloggy Friends this week πŸ™‚

  2. Great fall wreath!! Thank you so much for share with the World. I don’t think I have those colors but I can probably find similar so my door may look better and more cheerful soon πŸ™‚

  3. This is so cute! I love the vibrant fall colors! It looks like it took a while but worth the time and effort. I’m going to try it…but make my husband cut the wire;)
    Sami

  4. As soon as I saw the photo I knew this was yours! What is it with you and wreaths!? πŸ™‚ They are all adorable! Thanks for linking up with Let’s Get Real πŸ™‚

  5. Loved this! Thanks for sharing at my weekly linky party at CrystalandComp! I just shared with my facebook fans and now I’m headed over to PIN it. πŸ™‚

  6. Hello Dana,
    I found your blog through the Best Of The Weekend Link Up and I am super duper glad that I did! I am not soooo super great at DIY and have been wanting to make a Halloween style wreath, I think that your fabric scrap wreath should hopefully work out well for me ha ha finger crossed plus I am totally going to try your summer wreath for when summer hits down here.
    Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!
    Love Gi
    xx

  7. I think the showcase has been up for a total of 30 minutes, but I am pretty sure this is my favorite for next week! Holy cow, so pretty! I am TOTALLY going to give this a try. L.O.V.E. it! Thanks so much for linking it up πŸ™‚

  8. I LOVE this! My favorite link up this week! Thanks for linking up at the Wondering Brain Show Off Party! I am co-hosting this week. I hope you will hop over to my placeΒ http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/Β for a visit, link up at APIMP TGIF party and if you like what you see, follow me. Enter to win KitchenAid Holiday Baking Bundle Giveaway! http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/2013/10/kitchenaid-holiday-baking-bundle.html Hope you are having a terrific week! Cathy

  9. Brilliant to use wire mesh! LOVE how full it is and the colors you choose are perfect for Fall! I don’t think you can ever have too many wreaths πŸ™‚ THANKS for sharing on Sunday FUNday friend!

  10. Hi Dana! Thanks so much for sharing this at our Best Of The Weekend party last Friday!! I wanted to let you know this was the MOST clicked on link out of over 200 links and this will be featured tonight on all three of our blogs when Best Of The Weekend goes live at 8PM EST. πŸ™‚ have a great weekend and come on over and grab a featured button when you can! πŸ™‚ xoxo

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