Although it's not officially fall yet, it was time to retire my spring wreath.
Once upon a time it looked like this (and you can read about that project, here.) With the intense afternoon sun, the green moss has faded into a dull, dirty, green color.
Last fall I made this wreath. I was in a total felt kick then.
I did like the yarn I used because it was textured and easier to wrap because I didn't have to be so careful...I could overlap and it didn't matter. I decided that a textured yarn was the way to go again.
Last night I ran to Hobby Lobby and came home with the following items:
Chocolate colored yarn
miniature pumpkins, squash, and acorns
3 fall berry bunches (barely used but one)
fall colored leaves
After wrapping and wrapping and wrapping the yarn, I carefully arranged and hot glued the fall goodies I had purchased.
The only thing I may go back and fix are the squash. The white-ish circles on the bottom bugs me, and I think they need to be painted.