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Easter Wreath

Project provided courtesy of:

Coats & Clark  ©

easter_wreathThis beautiful wreath requires no skills! It’s attractive as is, or add your own creative touch. Add delicate ribbons and lace for a more formal and elegant look or try a more whimsical approach with colorful ribbons and ornaments.

Materials

  • RED HEART® “Baby Clouds™”, Art. E710 (6 ounce solid/4.5 ounce multi-color skeins): 15 Ounces No. 9351 Tutti-Frutti.
  • Wire coat hanger; cardboard; scissors; pliers; purchased decorations; large ribbon bow; fine wire for securing bow or decorations; hot glue gun and glue sticks for gluing decorations.

Instructions

With pliers, carefully shape wire hanger into an oval, then bend hook to create the hanging loop.

easter_wreath_1Yarn Bundle (Make approximately 70): Wind yarn 20 times around a 4" piece of cardboard. Slide the strands off the cardboard, and with a separate 8" length of yarn, slip the yarn beneath the loops and firmly tie the strands together at the center. Do not cut the yarn loops.

Using the ends of the 8" tying strand, firmly attach the yarn bundle to the ring, positioning the bundle perpendicular to the wire. If necessary, trim ends of 8" strand. Make another bundle and tie to the ring adjacent to the previous bundle.

Continue to make bundles and tie them to the wire in the same way, positioning each bundle against the previous bundle and working around the ring until the entire wire ring is filled.

Wind yarn or fine wire around sections that can be hidden of the bow or other decorations and tie (twist wire) around wire ring base. Glue smaller decorations in place.

TIP: Try using the Jumbo Pom Pom Maker as a handy alternative for making your Yarn Bundles!
 

4/09

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