- Wreath form
- Decorative clusters
Another thing is for certain: a wreath like this is a whole lot easier than the felt topiaries I made two years ago.
|If you don't have pinking shears, no problem. Your wreath will still look pretty.|
These babies are fairly goof-proof.
This is the kind of work you can do while you watch your favorite Christmas movie. I doubt that you can mess it up, and if you do, the knot tying is reversible and tweak-able.
|Off-set each knot so that they don't line up around the center of the wreath.|
|I like to randomly mix three shades of green for a felt wreath |
that looks like holly. Sort of. The "berries" are wooden beads sewn on.
|If you have a rotary cutter, a cutting mat, and a metal T-square, cutting felt strips |
for wreaths goes lickety split. These strips were cut from 9- x 12-inch felt squares.