One of the first crafts that I shared on Domestically Blissful was on 4 Finger Knitting, well over a year ago. Since then I have been meaning to show you different ways to use your 4 finger knitting, but I always seem to get distracted by other craft projects. However, today is the day that I show you how to make a White Finger Knitted Wreath using all of your beautifully & easily knitted yarn.
What I love most about this White Finger Knitted Wreath is that it is so beautiful, yet so simple to make, even your children can make their own wreath! Although the littlest of your children might need help cutting & glueing the flowers, but they can easily 4 finger knit & wrap their yarn around the wreath.
This White Finger Knitted Wreath is a cute & cozy wreath that can be enjoyed all winter long inside your home.
Foam or Stick Wreath
Hot Glue Gun with Glue
Beads – optional
First, wrap your 4 finger knitted yarn around your wreath until it completely covers the wreath. Tucking & glueing the ends into wreath. Then create little flowers by cutting out a swirly pattern on your felt & glueing them together.
Then glue your felt flowers onto your wreath with your hot glue gun & your done! After I finished I decided to add some clear beads to the center of the burgundy flowers with my hot glue gun to give it a special touch.
I’d love to see your White Finger Knitted Wreath! Instagram your Domestically Blissful inspired winter crafts with the hashtag #DomesticallyBlissful and you might find your picture featured on DB’s Instagram!
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