I made a felt circle garland!
Well I did quite a bit since we weren’t able to get out of the house for four days!
Here’s one thing I did – I changed a few of my candles and candle sticks on my fireplace and…
I made 33 felt circles into a very colorful garland for my fireplace! We needed something happy and cheery to look at as it was so cold and gray outside.
This is the first time I ever did the blanket stitch so some of my stitches aren’t that even 🙂 But that’s the fun thing about handmade items…they don’t have to be perfect to be pretty!
This project is from a tutorial by Anna Maria Horner from 2006 (this is why I have a mile long list of projects I want to do). I’ve been meaning to do it since then!
Since we couldn’t go anywhere I thought it was the perfect time to do this project. All you need is felt – I know 4 squares of felt are $1.00 at Hobby Lobby and some embroidery floss. Last time I bought embroidery floss it was 35 cents a skein at HL. I already had all the materials which was good since I wouldn’t have been able to get out to buy anything anyway!
Here’s the link to her tutorial for the Felt Garland. She has photos and very clear instructions so I won’t bother to do one too. This does take time! Time to cut out the circles and time to stitch them together – but I had nothing but time! I think I’ve watched about 7 movies this week!
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May you have a happy and colorful weekend!