No-Sew Cutter Quilt Wreath

Use items from around the house or simply stop at a dollar store to create your own unique wreath.

| April 2018

  • quilted fabric wreath
    Use holiday fabric and swap the wreath out for different seasons.
    Photo by Jennifer Casa
  • re-purpose old heirlooms
    Turn an old quilt into something you can hang and admire each day.
    Photo by Jennifer Casa
  • turn vintage crafts into  modern art
    “Vintage Made Modern” by Jennifer Casa, is filled with a variety of project ideas to bring new life into vintage crafts.
    Courtesy of Roost Books

  • quilted fabric wreath
  • re-purpose old heirlooms
  • turn vintage crafts into  modern art
Vintage Made Modern: Transforming Timeworn Textiles into Treasured Heirlooms (Roost Books, 2014), by Jennifer Casa, is a great read for anyone looking to repurpose old heirlooms. Casa shares many new ideas with modern twists. Find this project in “Cutter Quilts.”

A wreath on your front door is a welcome sign that greets passersby, and it is also a nice way to display a treasured quilt. My love for patchwork wreaths dates back to a beloved family ornament that hung on our holiday tree throughout my childhood. Its simple design resurfaced in my work over the years in the form of many sewn patchwork wreaths sold in my shop. To make this no-sew variation, simply look around the house for the necessary materials, and rescue a section of your favorite cutter quilt to create a lovely decoration for your home.

Finished Measurements

16" in diameter

What You Need



• One cutter quilt

• Foam swimming noodle cut to 48" length






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