It was my intention to make one of those really full rag wreaths for fall. Until I started tearing strips of fabric and tying then to my pool noodle turned wreath form. It was then that I realized that it was going to take about a million strips of fabric to make it full and fluffy....huh! aint nobody got time for that! I revised my plan when I saw Lucy's gorgeous burlap and canvas wreath. Lucy's is much more beautiful, so if you want to see the original stunning version visit Craftberry Bush.
Determined not to spend any money this fall I used things I had on hand. I tore a long strip of canvas and wrapped it around a pool noodle that I had left over from this project. Then I started tying strips of burlap, drop cloth canvas, twine and lace to the wreath.
I stopped tying on when it looked full enough and then added dried roses faux hydrangea, berries and wheat.
There you have it, how my raggedy wreath came to be. I think I like it.