For the longest time I have wanted to make a yarn wreath and I finally found the time to make one for my home. One of my favorite home decor ideas are handmade wreaths so I am excited to share with you today my new Spring Wreath Tutorial. You are going to love how easy it is to make!

Super easy and beautiful Spring Wreath and TUTORIAL. #wreath


 The Materials


All I used was a small spool of yarn.

Laced Ribbon.




{ I found all the material at Wal-Mart}


The Tutorial



I secured the yarn to the wreath with a knot and a pin.

After it was in place I rolled the yarn around the wreath and

I rolled… rolled… rolled and rolled.

{Keep the yarn tight and close together. }



After the wreath was covered with yarn I added some flowers made of fabric.

Anyone can make these flowers.

I cut pairs of circles of different sizes. I placed two of them together so the best part of the fabric will show on both sides.

To make the flower fold the circles in half to make a semicircle{ picture 2}.

Then fold it in thirds {picture 3} overlapping the layers {picture 4}.

You are done.



Attach the flowers to the wreath with pins.


 Add as many flowers as you like to achieve the look you love.

I used different patterns of fabric to make it fun.



To finish it I added some burlap leaves, white pins, laced ribbon and the crazy fun white yarn.


Some more ribbon on the top to tie it to my old window and I was done!

I love Spring!

For more inspiration make sure to check out these other 

15 Spring Wreath Tutorials… So cute!

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56 Responses to Yarn Spring Wreath Tutorial

  1. Meggy says:

    I love this wreath! I made my own version of it, and linked to your post from my blog :) Thanks for the great tutorial!

    - Meggy (

  2. Alma says:

    Thank you Desiree! It’s a beautiful and easy to make wreath. This will be a great gift!!! Besos

  3. Kate says:

    I LOOOOVE your wreath! It’s beautiful and I actually just included it on a spring wreath roundup on my blog. Thanks for the inspiration!


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