You’ll remember this garland from my fall mantel. Today I wanted to show you how easy it is to make your own. First, gather a few materials:
Get a selection of some fall-colored felts. You’ll also need twine or thread. I’ll tell you, probably the most difficult part of making this fall garland is threading twine onto the needle. Even though I chose the one with the biggest eye, it was still tricky.
Cut out a bunch of leaves from your felt. Although I made an effort to make them all fairly similar in size and shape, I didn’t go crazy with it. I like the charm of them all being a little bit different.
Once you finally get your needle threaded, stitch through each leaf. Once again, I didn’t go crazy making sure they all had the same number of stitches. It still looks good.
I recommend cutting your twine to the correct size ahead of time, so it’s easier to know how many leaves you need and to know when your garland is finished.
Then, hang it from your mantel. I love the variety of sizes and textures on these cute little leaves.