How to Sew a Fabric Wreath

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    What You'll Need to Make a Fabric Wreath

    Fabric Christmas Wreath
    Debbie Colgrove

    Fabric wreaths are fun and festive additions to your home decor, and they can be customized for virtually any holiday.

    To personalize your wreath, choose a single fabric or multiple fabrics. Here's what you'll need to get started.


    • 1/4 yard of 45" wide fabric
    • Thread
    • Printout of pattern
    • Stuffing
    • 4 to 5 yards craft ribbon


    • Using the grain line on the pattern, aligned on the lengthwise grain, cut 8 sets of the pattern piece.

    Note: All directions refer to using a 1/4" seam allowance.

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    Lay Out the Pieces

    Lay out the pieces to sew a fabric wreath
    Debbie Colgrove
    • Layout the in the order you want the finished wreath.
    • Joining right sides together, sew four sections together.
    • Repeat to create four sections of four pieces each.
    • Press the seams to one side.
    • Place two sections together and sew the inner and outer curved edges.
    • Repeat to have two sections joined on the curved edges.
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    Join Two Sections

    Join the ends of two tubes
    Debbie Colgrove
    • Turn one section right side out.
    • Place this section inside the section that is not turned.
    • Line up the seams being sure to keep the inner and outer edges lined up to each other.
    • Sew the ends of the tubes together.
    • Press the seam.
    • Turn the entire tube right side out.
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    Create the Circular Tube

    Create the Circular Tube
    Debbie Colgrove
    • Place the right sides of the ends of the tube together, lining up the seams.
    • Sew from seam to seam, leaving one side open to stuff.
    • Press the seam as much as possible.
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    Stuffing and Closing

    Stuff and Close
    Debbie Colgrove
    • Stuff the tube, pushing the stuffing as far into the tube as possible, filling the entire tube.
    • Slip stitch the opening closed.
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    Tie the Sections

    Tie the Sections
    Debbie Colgrove
    • Tie ribbon around the tube at each seam.
    • Snug the ribbon and knot it in place. (Someone to lend a hand is helpful)
    • Tie the ends of the ribbons in bows and trim the ribbon tails.
    • Add decorations as you see fit.