Wreaths For All Seasons To Make From Your Scrapbag.

Dress Your Table Or Display On Your Door.

Make a striking wreath from scraps, or choose fabrics to celebrate a new season. Use red and green, with the addition of holiday prints for Christmas, or fabrics for any time of the year. 18″ Rose wreaths make a striking table centerpiece with a border added, or make a 12″ and display the mini quilt anywhere in your home.



The rose blocks are paper pieced. A total of sixteen 2 inch blocks make up the frame, along with four 4 inch blocks for the corners. Stitch up an Autumn wreath to put on your front door for Thanksgiving, or a Fall celebration. Make it scrappy in florals, and quilt a flower in the center for Spring.

quilted wreath

There are two sizes available in the free pattern provided. The smaller wreath before borders measures 12 inches, measuring 13″ x 14″ completed, and is a suitable size for a table topper. The large wreath is 18 inches before borders, a striking center piece on the table, or a wall hanging. Another option is to cut out the center and round off the corners to make a tree skirt.


Christmas wreath pattern

The designer Kat Scribner from Scrap Box Quilts explains her experience with color, and how she quilted the mini with a serpentine stitch. Read more about her details and instructions about the pattern here.

Kat added a note to her pattern as mentioned here:-

While I was re-sizing the blocks in the word file, the sizing became distorted with the seam allowance included. So I have provided the block patterns without seam allowance added around the outside edges. You will have to remember to extend the fabric pieces ‘at least’ 1/4 inch beyond all the block edges and trim the block to include the seam allowances.   Also remember to have your printer settings set to “no scaling”.




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