Fall Hoop Wreath
Easy to make hoop wreath with a skinny washed linen table runner as the textile accent.
Materials: The Wreath Structure
One large and one XL wooden embroidery hoops make the structure of this wreath.
Read more about these hoops and the details for adding the florals here.
- A Skinny linen table runner
- Your florals: You'll want a "Thriller", several "Fillers" and Two Clusters of "Trailers".
- Florist wire
Clip the stems short enough to make them manageable.
This is the "Thriller" I chose.
And my "Fillers"
And my chosen "Trailers".
Step 1: Build Your Hoop Structure
Separate your two wooden hoop sets
Wire the inside of the Large hoop inside the outside of the XL hoop
BONUS: Save the other two for another wreath!
Step 2: Attach Linen Table Runner to Hoops
Tie a slip knot in one end of your skinny linen table runner.
Thread a length of wire through the slip knot and wire to the right of the hoops' base.
About 7 inches from the other end, scrunch up the linen, wrapping tight with wire.
Wrap the ends of this wire around the XL Hoop high up the left side.
Step 3: Attach your florals.
Start with the "Thriller" and wire it in place, pushing and pulling the linen to create a nest for it.
Then add the "Trailers, a long bunch up the left side and a shorter bundle trailing along the bottom of the hoop, pointing out to the right.
Lastly wire in clumps of your "Fillers" wherever is pleasing to you.
Above shows how I pushed the stems down into the void between the two hoops. It very easy to hide them and secure them with these hoops.
Beautiful! You are set to transition into Fall and even use for Thanksgiving.
Switch up the florals and this is perfect for Spring or Summer
Close-up of the Slipknot and some "Trailers" and "FIllers" on the right side.
Enjoy! And please share pics of what you do. Hashtag them southhousedesigns and I just might feature them.
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