I will apologise to anyone who feels I have plagiarised their work. I have not purchased a pattern, I have worked this out by looking at photos of it and going through a testing phase of trying to get it to work.
I would like to thank the ladies on the quilting page that I am a part of for their help and patience. If you do have a problem with this tutorial being on here, please don't hesitate to let me know. So without further ado here is my version of the folded and stitched table wreath.
If you have any questions please ask and I will help you the best I can. Any ways I off to make another one for my kitchen table so until next time, stay safe and have fun
And just in case you can't see the instructions very well I will also publish them here
Folded and stitched wreath tutorial.
What you will need:
13" by 48" of fabric A
13" by 48" of fabric B
18" by 48" fusible wadding
Rotary cutter and ruler
Cut 12 6 1/2" squares from fabric A and B
Cut 12 6" squares from the fusible wadding
Iron fusible wadding to wrong side of fabric A squares
Using a 1/4 seam, put squares right sides together and sew around the edges, leaving an opening so that you can turn the squares inside out.
Clip corners and turn the square inside out
Using a marching thread, hand sew openings closed
Using a water soluble marker mark 3" on either side of the top point and 1" on either side of the bottom point and connect the 3" mark to the 1" mark (see diagram)
2. Continue to do this until all the squares have been sewn together and make a ring
3. Hand sew point A to point B using matching thread.
Your finished product should resemble the photo below