Spring Hedgehog Yarn Wreath

Spring Hedgehog Yarn Wreath

Use Bernat Chuky yarn to wrap this Floracraft wreath form and you'll have a colorful spring wreath in no time! Embellished with a cross stitch pattern and fabulous felt flowers, this wreath is perfect for spring and can be displayed both indoors and out. This is a fun wreath for crafters of all ages, and it showcases all kinds of crafty skills! Whether you embellish it with a hedgehog or just some colorful fabric flowers, this wreath is sure to keep your guests smiling.

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths

Difficulty LevelBeginner


Materials List

  • 1 skein Bernat Chunky Yarn in Gold
  • Floracraft Wreath Form
  • Aleene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue from I Love to Create
  • Circle Die #1 by Sizzix
  • Flower Die by Eileen Hull for Sizzix
  • Ric Rac by Wrights
  • Swarovski Crystal Beads by Prima Bead
  • Dimensions Hedgehog Cross Stitch Kit from Simplicity
  • Kunin Eco-Fi Premium Plus Felt


  1. Wrap the Floracraft wreath form with Bernat Chunky Yarn, adding a bit of Aleenes Fast Grab Tacky Glue under the yarn every inch or so.

  2. Following the instructions on the package, complete the Dimensions Hedgehog cross stitch project.

  3. Roll the ric rac onto itself to create a ric rac flower. Use hot glue to secure the ric rac in place every few inches.

  4. Die cut flowers with a Sizzix die from a Simplicity pattern. Thread Swarovski beads from Prima Bead onto wire and insert into the middle of the flower layers. Fluff the layers.

  5. Die cut 6 circles from felt with a Sizzix Circle #1 die. Fold 4 of the circles into quarters and glue to one of the flat circles to form a pie cut into quarters. Fold the final circle into quarters and glue into the center of the four other quarter-folded circles. Fluff to make a flower.

  6. Adhere the elements to a strip of chipboard. Adhere the chipboard strip to the wreath form using hot glue.

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Ok, I was going crazy looking for the hedge hog before I saw where he was hiding. I guess I was looking for a much bigger one that had been crocheted. But this is really cute and the directions are very basic and easy to follow. I would change change the color.

This would be the ideal,gift for a yarn lover and a great way to use up extra yarn not destined for another project. It also,looks quite durable which is a good thing for a front door that would get a lot of use. This project and he instructions also,provide a good basic outline for similar wreaths, but perhaps using several,colors of yarn intertwined for a variegated effect, especially if you wove some metallic yarn or ribbon on with the basic body of the wreath. A good tension released while creating it too!


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