Please visit both these ladies amazing blogs and see all the talent they display in their art.

How adorable is this little wreath and there is pictorial tutorial that can be found on Bella Dia. 

This miniature wool wreath is created using felted wool sweaters.

Cassi the artist tells us: If you don’t have any felted wool sweaters on hand then try regular felt but you will need more squares to fill the wreath up. I used 53 squares but how many you use will depend heavily on the thickness of the sweaters and how tightly you pack them onto the wreath. I made a little flower for mine using three circles of felt in different sizes and finished with a button in the center. I think they look great with or without a flower but I’ll leave that up to you. The finished wreath is about 4 1/2″ in diameter

 This darling tree is made by Gail “The Artist Woman”.

 Gail shows us how to make the mini felted Tree!

Materials Required:

1 toilet paper roll

green felt ( I used 3 different shades)

tacky glue


felt pen

small (5mm) beads and/or pompoms, stars or sequins

green paint or marker (optional)

You need to print out 2 templates

Template 1

Template 2





By Linda Lanese


7 Comments so far

  1. Barbe Saint John on December 11, 2008 7:44 pm

    those are precious!

  2. jessica neaves on December 11, 2008 7:47 pm

    Awwww, those are so cute!

  3. Turtle on December 11, 2008 8:11 pm

    love them both! may have to go seek out old wool sweaters at the goodwill!

  4. Whitney on December 13, 2008 4:29 pm

    Oh I L O V E the wreath! Now I know what to use all my little wool felt scraps for! What a darling pattern!!!

  5. Friday Freebie - Patterns, projects & great crafty gift ideas at MamaSheg on December 19, 2008 7:50 pm

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  7. Mrs. T on December 23, 2010 3:45 am

    Awww, just love the sweet wreath!!!

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