Looking for a new project after your Holiday decor has gone away? Here's how I made this Easy Knit Winter wreath in just an afternoon!
I needed a wreath for my front door, but after all the holiday shopping, didn't have extra cash to spend.
While putting all my Christmas decor away, I stumbled upon old hay wreath in my closet that was just collecting dust.
I glanced over at my wreath I had just removed from my front door and inspiration struck.
Wintertime to me, always means sitting and knitting while sipping pot loads of coffee.
I hurried to get all these decorations put away so I could get right back to my winter-timing.
When I saw that old wreath form, I started rummaged through scraps of yarn to create an easy wreath.
Here's how I did it.
Easy Knit Winter Wreath
I chose a neutral color as the base of the wreath.
Next, I tied a knot around the hay wreath form and started wrapping.
I wrapped and wrapped the wreath until it completely covered the hay.
I like the bumpy, natural look rather than the perfect look I've seen in other wreaths.
Next I used a chunkier yarn in a charcoal color that I finger knit a cord.
Using this same technique, I finger knitted until I reached my desired length and wrapped that around the wreath.
I only wanted the wreath partially covered, so I tied the ends off and tucked them into the wreath.
Look at all that texture! I love that contrast of color.
Being a novice myself, I wish I could give a knitting cute. I, myself, just learned how to knit a i-cord, which I learned that the 'i' in i-cord stands for idiot because it's so easy to do!
I knit a long i-cord. After binding off, I took the i-cord and stitched the ends together to form a flower.
I tied the flowers to my wreath and added contrasting buttons to make each flower pop.
There you have it folks! An Easy Wintery wreath to adorn your door - all on the cheap!
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