Do you want to know how to make a yarn wreath?
Farmhouse decor is so popular. And especially these kind of wreaths! You don’t have to spend a fortune to make your home just how you want it. There are always ways to DIY and find deals and secrets. 🙂 Something we Six Sisters love to do!!
This square frame wreath cost me less than $20 and I love how it turned out. Oh, and I made it in under an hour. Learn how to make a yarn wreath right now!
I really love that this wreath is a bit different in that it is SQUARE! Kinda unique, right?
Let me show you how to make it!
HOW TO MAKE A YARN WREATH
I started with a 14″ metal square wreath frame! Like THIS ONE.
You’ll also need a little some acrylic paint to paint your heart whatever color you want.
Last thing you need is some ribbon, something like this.
Dig into the center of your ball of yarn until you find an end. Using the end, start weaving the thick puffy yarn through the metal frame, like this:
Go in one direction, then in the opposite direction, weaving in and out until you get to the corner. In each corner, I did a few extra ‘weaves’ to make the corner look full. Once you have the corner area how you want it, continue on to the next side.
Once you finish weaving around the entire square, you’ll want to pull your ends in through the back to secure them.
Next, paint your heart and let it dry. Then attach it to the front of the wreath, in one corner at an angle, using hot glue or twist ties.
Take your ribbon and tie a bow around the top of your wreath frame. Tie another piece of ribbon on each side of the top to make a hanger.
Hope you enjoyed learning how to make a yarn wreath!! You could use this same concept on a round frame and it would turn out great as well.