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Punch Needle Christmas Wreath

Christmas wreathes are always a good thing to have on hand in excess. You can throw them on the door of course but you can also put them over windows, on a shelf, tape it to the fridge or let your kids wear them like crowns.

Today’s project is less traditional, sort of primitive but still festive. You will need a few specialty supplies and skills to pull this off.

Check out my introduction to Punch Needle Embroidery if you are looking to pick up a new crafty hobby or you need a refresher before you jump into this.


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close up of punch needle embroidery wreath

The pattern I created is sized to fit into an 8 inch embroidery hoop but you can make it smaller or larger to fit whatever you have in mind. I listed the colors I used on the pattern but this is a great project to use up your left overs.

I made three different bows but this was the winner, I’m a sucker for a red and white color scheme!

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It would even be cute in a mix of 6 strand floss, yarn and pearl cotton if you happened to have that all on hand. You could also add beads, bells, buttons or small ornaments.

I use an Ultra Punch needle because I love being able to easily switch up my loop height but this would look just as cute all in one loop height.

back of punch needle embroidery wreath

I finished the back of my wreath with a needle and thread, mostly because I was at work and didn’t have my glue gun on me.

Yield: 1 Wreath

Punch Needle Wreath

Punch Needle Wreath

Punch needle embroidery is a fast and fun way to add some texture to your holiday decorations! This simple and free pattern can be punched in little time and decorated to fit your personal style by adding decorations and swapping out the bow

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 40 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Materials

  • 8 inch Wooden Embroidery Hoop
  • Red Paint
  • Punch Needle Fabric
  • Size 5 Pearl Cotton Embroidery Thread in 436, 890, 367, 988 or one brown and assorted greens
  • Ribbon Bow

Tools

Instructions

  1. Paint the outer wooden hoop red and set aside to dry
  2. Transfer the pattern to the back (wrong side) of the punch needle fabric
  3. Tightly hoop the fabric in your loocking hoop (not the display hoop)
  4. Punch the stem in brown with a needle height of 4
  5. Punch the leaves in different shades of green with varying heights
  6. Flip to the front and clip any extra long loops
  7. Remove your fabric from the locking hoop and rehoop centered in the wooden hoop for display
  8. Cut away the extra fabric leaving a one inch border
  9. Fold the excess fabric to the back and either glue to the inside of the hoop or use a running stitch to gather the fabric together
  10. Glue or stitch the bow to the bottom of the wreath

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