Easy Sweater Wreath

20 Minutes
Easy

So the holiday projects have started and I’m excited about the one I just finished! This sweater wreath was sooo easy! It’s the perfect project to do while watching TV or while your little one is napping!
Things you need:
A sweater (or two) you don’t wear anymore
Wreath Frame- Mine is a 12″ that I got from Micheals with a 50% off coupon. I think it was $2 or something like that.
Scissors or Rotary blade which is what I used and made it a lot easier. – Thats it!
1. First cut off the band on the bottom if there is one, also cuffs and necks. But save them!
2. Cut the remaining material into strips. I cut mine into 1″ wide strips about 5″ long.
3. Start tying! I tied just one knot and repeated around the wreath. I started out by doing 3 pieces in each section because I didn’t know how much material it was going to take. I figured if I left room all over I could fill it in later if I needed to use another sweater or more material.
5. Now take the band that you cut off in step one and create a bow and your done! You can fluff it out more by making sure the knot tales are all coming out the front and not stuck facing back.

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Tara Boettger

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