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Fabulous Fabric Wreath Roundup

I've been seeing some great fabric wreaths around the Internet this past week, and thought you might appreciate a peek at some of them, too.

I love SouleMama's wreath that she made from cotton, rickrack, and buttons. The little stuffed bird hanging from the wreath's center is precious.

To see two more lovely fabric wreaths, just


Then there's Betz White's pretty woolen wreath, which she made from a stash of ribbing pieces left over from felted wool sweaters that she rolled up and secured onto a straw wreath with floral pins.

I'm also partial to these handknitted wreaths from Lulubeans. They look so lovely and wintry cozy hung together.

The great thing about these wreaths is that even if you don't have superb sewing skills (or any at all!), you can still make these wreaths with only a few simple supplies. With a foam or straw wreath shape from a craft store, some fabric or floral pins, and scraps of fabric, you're well on your way to having a unique and nonperishable wreath that you made yourself. If you've made any fabric wreaths this holiday season I'd love to see them!

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