How to Make a Tie on Halloween Fabric Wreath

How to Make a Tie on Halloween Fabric Wreath

How to Make a Tie On Halloween Fabric Wreath

I have a bunch of scraps of Halloween fabric so I decided to make this tie on Halloween Fabric Wreath.  This is a no sew project.  It takes a wreath form and some fabric scraps and that is it.  I headed over to Dollar Tree and purchased a 12″ wood wreath form for this project.  You could use a foam wreath form for this project if you like or purchase I larger one from JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores or Michaels.  I like the idea of just spending a dollar so I went with a smaller form.  It is totally up to you.  Either way this project will work just fine.  This post contains affiliate links that if you click on them and make a purchase I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  

I used a variety of scrap fabrics that I got from either JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores or but you could head to Hobby Lobby or to get exactly what you need for this project. Regardless about 2 yards of fabric cut into strips should work for this Tie on Fabric Halloween Wreath.  

What you will Need: How to Make a Tie on Halloween Fabric Wreath

  • 1 wreath form
  • 1 yd each of orange and black print fabric
What you will Need Wreath

Step 1: Cut your Fabrics

Cut ___ strips of each of the orange and black fabric that measure 2″ x 12″.

Step 2: Wrap the wreath

Take each of the strips and fold them in half lengthwise. Wrap the strips around the wreath and tie twice. Open the strips a bit for fulness.  I placed my strips in groups of 5 for each color for a color block look. Trim the strips to the length that you like.

Tie the strips

Step 3: Hang the Tie On Halloween wreath

Hang the wreath on the door on the wall whatever you prefer.  How simple is that?  

How to Make a Halloween Tie on Fabric Wreath
Finished Halloween Wreath

How to Make a Halloween Tie on Fabric Wreath

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