Make your own no-sew Candy Cane wreath using these easy step by step instructions. This cute holiday decor is perfect for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or any day! Simple and inexpensive to make, this easy Candy Cane Wreath DIY Tutorial will show you how to add a marvelous touch of whimsy to your holiday decor.
Candy Cane Wreath DIY Tutorial
● You do not need to add a bow or anything else for this to be super cute on its own.
● The heart added at the end for embellishment had me thinking that this could make a wonderful Valentine’s Day wreath too!
● There is no need to press or steam your fabric unless it is so wrinkled it is prohibiting you from being able to cut a straight line. Irregularity adds to the charm of this wreath!
Candy Cane Wreath DIY Tutorial Materials:
● White Cotton Material (approximately 2 yards, 44″ wide)
● Red Cotton Material (approximately 1 yard, 44″ wide)
● Wire Wreath Form (14″)
● Measuring Tape
Candy Cane Wreath DIY Tutorial Directions:
● Lay your fabric folded in half onto a flat surface.
● Fold in half widthwise.
● Fold in half lengthwise.
● Now fold in half widthwise.
● Lay the measuring tape across your material horizontal to the folds (see photo above).
● Now cut across the places where the fold is (see photo above).
● You will end up with a 1″ x (approximately) 4½” to 5″ length (it depends on how wide your material is).
● Continue to do this for all the white and red fabric.
● Begin to tie the fabric onto the wreath form. Left over right and under, right over left and under.
● This is the pattern that emerged:
● Working section by section, from left to right.
● Starting with the bottom (smallest) row;
5 white/5 red/4 white
4 white/ 5 red/ 7 white
2 white/ 5 red/ 8 white
1 white/ 5 red/ 12 white
● You may have to adjust your counts accordingly.
● Continue until you have filled your wreath. Make sure you fluff as you go so you can tell the wreath is filled in.
● When finished, make sure all of the ends are tucked into the front of the wreath, and the knots are facing behind the wreath. Fluff the fabric with your fingers.
● Attach any bows or embellishments (using hot glue or wire depending on what you decided to attach).
● Hang and enjoy!
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