A seasonal collection of six DIY fall wreaths

This morning, I turned on the heat, which means it’s time to think cozy thoughts. So today, I’ve collected six DIY fall wreaths to warm up your home. If you love sweater weather, then check out the yarn wreaths in lovely fall colors. Bonkers for burlap? I have burlap fall wreaths, too. All your fall favorites – gourds, mums, leaves, felt flowers, are here. But I’ll start with one that’s striking in pearly simplicity – the Elegant Fall Wreath from Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous.

Elegant fall wreath from Craftaholics Anonymous

Elegant Fall Wreath from Craftaholics Anonymous

Linda wanted something out of the ordinary for her fall wreath this year. The understated yet elegant pearls are lovely, and by switching out the ribbon, Linda can use this wreath all year long. That’s a time saver!

DIY a fall leaf & moss wreath

Fall Monogram Wreath from Two Twenty-One

For another, different angle on a fall wreath, here’s the Fall Monogram Wreath by Chelsea from Two Twenty One. I love the unexpected, rectangular shape, and the colorful monogram, too.

how to make a fast fall wreath with burlap

Simple Burlap Fall Wreath from Create.Craft.Love

Jill from Create.Craft.Love is super-busy, just like all of us, and she shares a tutorial for her super-fast Simple Burlap Fall Wreath. If you have just 10 – 15 minutes to make your fall wreath, this is the one for you.

how to make a burlap & rolled flowers wreath for fall

Burlap & Scrabble Tile Wreath from Living Locurto

I think you already know Jen from Tatertots & Jello (she shared her Halloween Ghost Wreath yesterday). A while back, Jen shared her tutorial for her DIY Burlap & Scrabble Tile Wreathwith her friend Amy at Living Locurto. The bright ribbon and rolled flowers really punch it up, and you can personalize the Scrabble tile sentiment to your family name, or other seasonal phrase.

how to make a yarn wreath for fall

Fall Yarn Wreath from My Girlish Whims

Don’t you think yarn wreaths are perfect for this time of year? Rebecca at My Girlish Whims shares her Fall Yarn Wreath, along with an easy-to-follow tutorial for making the felt flowers.

DIY yarn wreath tutorial for fall

Shades of Fall Yarn Wreath on Crafts ‘n Coffee

One of my favorite yarn wreaths is the Shades of Fall Yarn Wreath by Kathleen George. I featured this one on Crafts ‘n Coffee last year. It’s really timeless and worth another look this year. Plus, you’ll find this post has links to even more fall wreaths.

And here’s some good news for those who have asked about the yarn Kathleen used for the Shades of Fall Yarn Wreath. Kathleen has tracked it down and it’s Universal Yarns, Classic Shades, color #706. Kathleen bought it at her local Webs Yarn, and if you cannot find it where you live, contact Webs Yarn. They’re extremely helpful with online sales.

I was going to share one more fall wreath today, but then I decided that it’s really in a category of its own. Be sure to stop in tomorrow for the mystery wreath . . .

(A quick reminder to please share your thoughts about Crafts ‘n Coffee for your chance to win the holiday issue of Stitch Craft Create.)

Happy crafting!

Sharon

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9 Responses to A seasonal collection of six DIY fall wreaths

  1. I’m loving all these gorgeous fall wreaths!

  2. Katiria says:

    that pearl wreath is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

  3. Those are really some really beautiful fall wreaths! I especially love the burlap one because it feels kind of rustic and yet look so elegant :)

  4. Dawn says:

    I love all of today’s wreaths! And burlap is a wonderful option because it goes with every door color. (Our neighborhood is really colorful; no two adjoining homes are the same color!) Might have to whip up a few of these as gifts for some of my neighbors, I think.

  5. Lisa M says:

    Thanks for all the great ideas. I can’t wait to sit down and try more. Your site is great and helpful. My kids like to check out it too! :)

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