Fall Felt Leaves Wreath

I completed my first project with the new wool blend felt. I had this smaller Styrofoam wreath that I wrapped in a variegated yarn. I used Lime Riot’s felt leaf tutorial that she shared on Leslie’s Art and Sew. I used all the colors for Crafty Sheep’s September Color Challenge. This little Fall wreath will find it’s home on the shelf above my sewing machine. I will show the complete shelf next week.

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  1. Thanks for stopping by Fairhope Supply Co. I'm just a few months into blogging and learning how to "link-up" so I'm doubly thrilled you found and liked my story! I really like your blog. When I saw a felt project on the first page, I knew I had found a great blog! You are very good at this and I know you make many people happy.

  2. Fabulous wreath! I just did two stitchy pieces using Crafty Sheep's September Color Challenge. Wasn't it fun? πŸ™‚

  3. Thanks so much! You are so kind. I feel like I flounder around with my blog and am never able to get it just right. One day…

  4. Thanks, Kristi! I have done most of the color challenges and yes, they are fun! I am headed over to check your project out!

  5. looks great!!

  6. Thank you and thanks for stopping by!

  7. It looks fantastic, Pam!! How did you like working with the wool blend felt? The leaves turned out great. I really like the colors too.

  8. Thanks, Mareth! I was amazed at the difference in the wool blend and acrylic. It is so nice to work with and I am having a hard time deciding what to try next! You may have helped to create a monster. πŸ™‚

  9. this is beautiful- love the detail on the leaves! can't wait to see what else you do with your new felt:)

  10. Thanks so much, Laura! And thank you for stopping by.

  11. This wreath is lovely! Such pretty colors – I am looking forward to seeing the shelf in your sewing room :)-Kim

  12. Thanks, Kim. It was fun trying out the new wool blend felt. Now, I have to get busy with that shelf! πŸ™‚

  13. A very cute wreath, love the colors and patterns. Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

  14. Thanks, Cathy. And thanks for stopping by. πŸ™‚

  15. I love the colors you used for this wreath! It is much more cheerful than a lot of wreaths I've seen with the typical fall colors. I've been thinking of making a yarn-wrapped wreath and adding brightly painted pine cones and such. We'll see if I get around to it. Yours is beautiful!

  16. Thank you so much, Jessica! I like the brighter colors, too. Send me a link when you get your pine cone wreath done. I would love to see it. πŸ™‚ I appreciate you visiting my little blog.

  17. I love your adorable wreath! It turned out wonderful. You've inspired me to make my own. I would love if you would share this (and some of your other projects) over at my link party going on right now: http://sewingbarefoot.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-weekly-creative-1.html.Have a nice day!Shannon

  18. Thank you, Shannon, for stopping by and for your kind words. I will check out your party. I appreciate the invitation. πŸ™‚

  19. Great job! I just love felt, but I've never used it to make something this cute! Thanks so much for joining Grace at Home!

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