These proddy wreaths are so much fun to make - easy to do with just a little preparation time, and the best thing is, you can make them from recycled shirts too!!
So, first of all, find yourself a polystyrene wreath - the choice of size is up to you. The bigger the ring, the more fabric you will need.
You will also need PVA glue, a paint brush, and your fabric.
I would say half a meter of fabric for a 250mm ring to work 4 rows.
Cut the fabric up into 2.5cm (1") squares - you don't have to be too fussy as the finished look is 'raggy', but keep them roughly the same size.
Take a paint brush (the handle end) or an old knitting needle, dip into the PVA glue and make a hole, not deeper than 1cm, into the centre of the wreath ring.
Now, take a square of fabric, position it over the hole, dip your brush back in the glue and poke the centre of the fabric into the hole.
Add another piece a centimetre away..... and another.....
Continue adding the rags at one centimetre intervals all the way around.
You might want to add more rows if you wish, and even cover the whole ring, but as one side will be against a door or wall, there isn't really any need.
Add a ribbon loop to hang and there you have it - a beautiful rag wreath with not a lot of effort.
Fun wasn't it?
If you prefer to watch a video of this tutorial, you can find it over on my You Tube channel HERE.