wreath sash

Trade in ribbons for a wreath sash! Here’s the easy tutorial for your holiday door

Try a wreath sash on your front door this year.

It’s an idea that’s super duper simple, but transformative for your front door. We’re moving away from the ribbon set, and towards the fabric sash for an adorable wreath accent piece.

Quilter and fabric artist Kris Thurgood shares the tutorial for a wreath sash.

Find more projects from Kris at mygirlfriendsquiltshoppe.com.

Wreath Sash Instructions

  1. Start with fabric 72 inches in length. Kris says you can go however wide you’d like, but to remember that you’ll be folding the fabric in half, so the end result will be half of the size. Kris sticks with 13 inches wide.
  2. Fold the fabric with the right side together, and sew all the way down one side. Close off the tube with a simple stitching, but make sure to leave a little opening so you can turn it the right way out.
  3. Kris says she thinks the key to a professional looking sash is to steam or iron it to get a nice finish.

Kris Thurgood is the owner of My Girlfriend’s Quilt Shoppe, located in both Logan and Sandy, Utah. Her and her husband, Mike started the company in 2011 and it has quickly become a destination spot for quilters from all over the world. Kris and her twin sister Kim Christopherson have appeared on The Nate Berkus Show and The Rachael Ray Show, sharing their love of all things handmade. Kris has been a monthly contributor to KSL’s Studio 5 for the past 12 years. Catch up with all the shopping, classes and sisterhood that happens at www.mygirlfriendsquiltshoppe.com and on Instagram at @mygirlfriendsquiltshoppe.

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