Friday, January 25, 2019

Fluffy Valentine Heart Wreath, Yarn Craft + Video


Need a fun and fast (and yarny) Valentine wreath?  I've got you covered!  Using fluffy (faux) fur yarn and a repurposed wreath form, I made this cutie in minutes!  Plus it used LESS than one ball of yarn...awesome!  I love the look of mine with nothing else on it, but you could also add a pretty bow, or other decorative elements to personalize it for your home.  Scroll down to see how I made mine with a repurposed wreath form and for lots more Valentine project ideas too!  Need a little extra help? There's a full video tutorial too!

Click below to watch the full video tutorial:



Materials:

  • 1 ball of Red Heart Fur(I used the "Azalea" colorway, this is a faux fur, 100% polyester yarn)
  • Wreath form of your choice (use a smooth form like styrofoam or wire--grapevine wreaths would get tangled in yarn)
  •  Scissors

Sizing:

  • 14 inches wide
  • 12 inches tall
  • *Size may vary according to the wreath form you choose.



Instructions:

Note: Check out the video to watch how I make the wreath step by step, including how I re-purposed a wreath form!

Tie yarn around wreath form to get started.
Begin by neatly wrapping yarn around the form pushing it together as you go, so none of the form shows through (my form had tiny hooks around so I went in a zig zag pattern wrapping the hooks as I went)
When you're finished wrapping, tie the two ends together.
Add a hanging loop using the same or matching piece of yarn.
Add a bow or other decorations as desired.
Hang for a beautiful yarny Valentine decoration!




© Jennifer Dickerson 2019

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2 comments:

  1. Jennifer, love your videos, you've made a crocheter out of me! Where did you find the Red Heart Fur in Azalea?? Michaels will only order qty of 12. 😏

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  2. Hello, dear! 😊
    Your new project for Valentine's Day so amazing πŸ‘Œ that I wish to include one of your pictures in a Round-Up of Crochet Projects for Valentine's Day that I'm going to publish soon in my blog. Of course, I will attach the appropriate link to your blog.
    Have a lovely Sunday! πŸ’• πŸƒπŸŒΈπŸƒ Anabelia Craft Design

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