I had seen a similar wreath on the fabulous sewing blog Flossie teacakes showcased here on the Saints and Pinners blog. It shows instructions on how to make one (if you fancy it) NB: If you need a wire wreath send me a message and I will post you one!
They really are are so easy to make, and a great way to use up all your fabric scraps, if you do not have spare fabric, you could use an old pillow case or an old baby cot sheet. My two children loved cutting the fabric and tying them around the wire wreath.
You can be as neat or slap dash as you like with the arrangement of the fabric!
I have the wreath up above hanging on the window in my sewing/dining room.
I also received my first ever fabric swap in the post, organised by the lovely Very Berry handmade. Basically you are linked up to another swap partner and they send you fabric and you send someone else some fabric. It felt like Christmas when I opened up the parcel, and seeing all the lovely delights inside.
Inside were some beautiful crochet ribbon, and some very cute Easter egg ribbon.
Some gorgeous spring fabric, including this sweet strawberry fabric.
And this pile of lovely oranges and red fabrics. I think I am going to make some Easter egg pouches for my family and the children.
They were all given to me by the lovely Izabela over at Isamo Crochet
Thank you very much!
NB: Very Berry Handmade are now doing a Spring scrap swap, here is the link if you fancy joining in!