Fall has officially started! Hands down, this is my favorite season as I love the cooler weather and holiday season. In order to prepare, I’ve begun the process of adding fall decor to my home. One of the projects I’ve been working on is this easy DIY fall wreath. Keep reading if you like to see how I transformed my front door with this no-sew project!
How to Make:
Gather all of your materials and begin by turning your fabric into strips. Since I was going for the rustic look, I used the snip and rip method by making a snip within the fabric and ripping it the rest of the way. This method will produce more frayed edges. If you prefer a neater method, you can use a rotary cutter to cut the strips or use pinking shears. Each strip measured 1 1/2″ wide and 10″ long. The longer the strip makes it easier to tie a knot to the wreath. At the end, I decided to give the wreath a trim.
Thread each strip through the wire and wrap around two of the wire rings, then form a knot. If you are using a printed fabric, I recommend inserting your strips with the print side up. This way, when you tie the knot, the printed side will be facing the front. Here’s an example.
Continue forming knots staggering along the wire rings until full.
You can definitely leave your fabric wreath as is, but I decided to go back and trim about 2 inches off from the ends. I also had an unused leaf garland that I wrapped around the wreath to really make it feel like fall. All I need are a set of pumpkins to place by my door!