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You Won’t Believe How Easy it is to Make This Dreamy Modern Christmas Wreath

DIY Christmas Wreath Woven Wool

As we get ready to decorate our homes for the festive season, we’re showing you how to make a modern and timeless Christmas wreath with just a few materials: chunky wool, scissors and two metal hoops. This DIY makes a wonderful homemade gift for a close friend or keep it for yourself and give bare walls a beautiful refresh for the holidays. Here’s how to make this dreamy modern Christmas wreath in just a few steps.


DIY Christmas Wreath Woven Wool

Materials Required:

  • Two metal hoops in different sizes
  • Chunky wool
  • Scissors
  • Embroidery floss
  • Fabric scraps

DIY Christmas Wreath Woven Wool

Step One: Tie the Hoops Together

Place the smaller metal hoop inside the bigger hoop and tie them together using the embroidery floss. Pass the thread over and under the hoops in a zigzag pattern, continuing until you go around the entire circle and then tie a knot.

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DIY Christmas Wreath Woven Wool

Step Two: Start Adding Your Wool

Knot your chunky yarn around your outer metal hoop. Start covering the entire outer circle with the wool, making sure it is loose to create a more textural wreath.

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Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle.

Step Three: Fill the Wreath

Continue weaving until you’ve filled the entire inner circle. If you run out of wool and want to continue weaving, simply tuck the tail to the back of the weaving and add a new piece of wool.

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Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle.


Step Four: Have Fun Adding Texture

After you complete the weaving, add a few fabric scraps by weaving them in in order to create more texture. Cover the small loop by wrapping the chunky yarn around it, leaving the tail in the back.

Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle.

Step Five: Flip and Knot Excess Wool

Finish the Christmas wreath off by flipping it over and tying the loose ends with double knots. Trim any excess wool.

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Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle.

Step Six: Have Fun Decorating Your Wreath

Add unique details to your wreath like a fringe on one side by cutting pieces of wool and fabric scraps. Fold the wool in half, thread it under the large hoop and make a folded loop. Tie the pieces and add as many as you’d like to complete your fringe.

Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle. Continue weaving until you fill the entire circle.

Your beautiful and timeless wreath is now complete. *High-five!*

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Images courtesy of Maca Atencio

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