See how easy it is to make a DIY Farmhouse Style Rag Wreath in this quick and easy step-by-step tutorial!
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Farmhouse Style Rag Wreath
Handmade wreaths are an inexpensive way to change your decor up throughout the seasons and keep things looking fresh. They’re also a great way to add a personal touch to your home because no two are going to be the same.
I love this farmhouse rag wreath project because it’s simple and creates a beautiful and full shabby looking wreath. Plus, you can keep this project frugal by reusing old sheets or any fabric that you like.
Keep in mind that you want the fabric to be a medium weight so that the wreath holds it’s shape and doesn’t have a droopy look to it. I used regular quilting fabric. Feel free to change things up and use multiple fabrics or patterns if you would like.
My white rag wreath is currently hanging on the wall in my daughter’s room and the dark gray wreath that I’m making in the video below was a gift for my sister that she has hanging in her living room.
The possibilities are endless with these easy farmhouse style rag wreaths. I’ve seen people make them for St. Patrick’s day, Christmas, Valentine’s Easter, Sports Events, etc.
You’re definitely going to want to make one for yourself or to give as a gift. Enjoy the tutorial friends, and be sure to let me know what kind of wreath you are making in the comment section below. Happy Crafting!
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How to Make a Farmhouse Style Rag Wreath:
18″ wire wreath frame (you can choose any size that you prefer)
Cotton weight fabric
(I used 2-3 yds for a medium size frame, I don’t have exact measurements for each wreath size.)
Scissors (or Rotary Cutter and Rotary Mat)
Step 1: Cut fabric into roughly 1.5″ X 9″ strips. Measurements do not need to be exact. You can make your strips smaller or larger depending on your taste.
Step 2: Take one piece of fabric and fold in half placing under the wire.
Step 3: Pull ends through loop and tighten to create a knot.
Step 4: Repeat steps 2 & 3 until wreath is full.