List of Supplies
- Embroidery Hoops (I used 6 inch/ 10 inch )
- Hot Glue
- Thick Yarn (I used Yarn Bee Brand from Hobby Lobby)
- Wreath Accents
Separate hoops- I also removed the screw piece. Glue the “ears” on.
Start wrapping the yarn around the hoops. I start at the top where I’m going to hang it.
The yarn is very forgiving. You will get some overlapping around the area where the ears are glued on.
Keep going until you get back to your starting point. Trim the end piece and hot glue in the back.
Your next step is deciding how you want to add your accents. I fiddle faddled with mine quite a bit. Start with the bigger pieces and then you can fill in with the smaller pieces, you might have to take some of the clusters apart depending on the size.
Add a ribbon and you’re done!
I wanted to keep my wreath traditional but it would certainly look cute with pink or green yarn! Craft stores have tons of options for wreath accent pieces, there are really so many directions you can go with this wreath design.