I have my spider wreath hanging on my door, and am excited to show it off to you!
I was having a debate, but finally ended up adding the “eek” banner – thanks for the input on that. Here it was without the banner:
And now here it is, working as a Spider Wreath for Halloween – I love it!
Have you made a yarn-wrapped wreath yet?? Give it a try – it has endless possibilities!
PJ @ Planned in Pencil says
I just love the little spider hanging down from the top of the wreath!!! Im working on a yarn ball wreath right now….
LOVE the Eek banner!
Looks great! I bet Trevor is in love with it 😉
Primroses Attic says
What a lovely simple design. Can’t wait to try.
Eek is super cute!
Chelsea @ Making Home Base says
I love that this wreath is interchangeable! It had a whole different look as a baby shower wreath! I love it both ways and I love the “eek.” Super cute!
Kassi Mortensen says
I love it! The eek makes it more put together I think! I am all for a decoration that’s interchangeable too!
Carrian Cheney says
I love this!! So stinking cute!
Kathryn Ferguson Griffin says
That is so fantastic! Love that you can interchange it. Thank you for sharing. Visiting from Fireflies and Jellybeans. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. https://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com/2012/10/make-it-pretty-monday-week-18.html Hope to see you at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse
So I feel really stupid for asking this , but I’m trying to make your wreath right now and the yarn doesn’t wrap evenly around the wreath form because of the fact its round! How dis you compensate for this?
Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts says
I had the same problem. Just keep the outer edge flat and overlap the inside of the circle, if that makes sense…if you look really close at the pictures you’ll see that every 4th strand or so in the inner edge kind of stands out – it’s because it’s overlapping…hope that helps!