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Country DIY Fabric Wreath Tutorial

Learn how to make a wreath with fabric strips with these DIY wreath instructions

Updated April 20, 2021
Country DIY Fabric Wreath Tutorial
Country DIY Fabric Wreath Tutorial

Add a touch of whimsical charm to your spring and summer decor with this Classic Country Scrap Wreath. Made using fabric scraps of a similar color, this adorable DIY wreath is a great way to add country charm to your home. The great thing about this fabric scrap wreath is that you can use it to add color to your home in the spring or summer and bring it out again around Valentine's Day to add a country look to your holiday decorations. You can even completely change the look of this wreath by the fabric colors you let your favorite color inspire you and start clearing out your fabric stash today!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening



Materials List

  • Fabric scraps torn into 5" strips about 1" width
  • Wire wreath form with multiple wires
  • A wire or string for the back to create a hanger to hang the wreath

How to Make a Wreath from Fabric Strips


  1. Prepare your fabric strips by tearing or cutting strips in 5" by 1" pieces. You will need many of them. To make some of them different in texture, you may try cutting some with pinking shears.

  2. Begin tying strips to wire form.  A full knot isn't necessary.

  3. Keep tying and tying and tying. The example heart wreath form had three wires, so all three wires were covered with fabric strips.

  4. Create a loop of wire or ribbon for the back of the wreath for a hanger. That's all there is to it!

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I'll look for the wire hanger shape online, but if I can' t find one or they're too expensive, I think I'll experiment with making my own from some old clothes hangers. I have some old wire ones that bend pretty easily and might make the shape I need. I might even leave the hook on top to hang it up with.

@jobers77 what a great idea! Let us know how it turns out. -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts

I was thinking the same thing. I'll make my own shape with a wire coat hanger. I don't think I'll make heart now, maybe a fall shape like an apple or pumpkin. I have lots of fabric in fall colors I could use, too. I like that this is not expensive. Once I was going to make a faux flower grapevine wreath, and it was going to cost me $55 even with everything on sale!

I found them at hobby lobby for $3.00 the wire heart and circle and I am sure they are not much more at walmart or Micheal's. I have so much scraps left over that this is something cute to make. Great idea though to leave the hook on to hang it. I was thinking about making my own but I can never get the shape right. Did you ladies make on yet?

I have done this with wire hangars just as you describe and the wreaths turned out very well. I especially liked this method as it allowed me to reuse wire hangars that I would have discarded. Win-win!

How cute! This wreath is the perfect combination of rustic and whimsical charm. It would look great hanging on my front door.


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