Sunday, November 7, 2010
Vintage Sheet Wrapped Wreath Tutorial
I had a big pile of the little skinny bottom hems from when I tear up my sheets. I knew I'd eventually find a use for them! This wreath could be made with vintage sheet bottom hems like mine, or with bias tape, ribbon, or fabric strips!
Foam wreath form (I used a 12" one)
10-20 yards of either vintage sheet hems, double fold bias tape, 1" fabric strips or ribbon*
A few pins
*More or less depending on how tightly you want to wrap!
If you'd like to purchase a kit to make your own with vintage sheets, you can find them in my etsy shop, here! :)
1. Choose your wrapping material! If you'd like to use fabric yardage for this project, cut at minimum 10 2" strips the width of your fabric. Then simply fold your strips over lengthwise, ironing as you fold. This will give you one raw edge and one finished edge just like the sheet hems. Or, if you'd like some raw edges, you could always cut 1" strips instead! If you're using vintage sheet hems, be sure to trim the excess sheet close to the hem!
fabric rosette tutorial!