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  1. Very pretty! I love the nautical idea and also, swithing things out for the season. Green cord would be very Christmas-y, too!

  2. What a wonderful idea for a Spring wreath! I would imagine the weaving process is very relaxing. Wow, even the flowers are handmade. Love it! Pinned it!

  3. I absolutely love this beautiful wreath and can’t wait to try making it myself! Thanks for the awesome idea!

  4. I love this. How much Bonnie macrame cord did it take? I have some, but I’m not sure it is enough.

    Thank-you!

  5. What a great idea to make a woven wreath! This is definitely something I’ll be trying in the future. Love the pretty flowers too – thanks for the tutorial, Jenn!

  6. What a great project! I will need to give this one a try. I love the idea and love of weaving the cording around the wire wreath form.

  7. This is beautiful! It looked so complicated, until I read your directions, and its not that hard! What a great idea! Now I’m thinking of what other things could be weaved?!

  8. This is such a great idea! I love the texture of the wreath! I could even make one fir my lake Kottage because it kind of has a nautical or beachy look too! Fun to be a part of the wreath challenge!

    Karin

  9. What shade of cord did you use? Also, did you use a macrame cord? I need to order online as the store where I live don’t stock it.

    Thanks.

      1. Thanks. Did you use the Fresh Cream color? Like you I’m looking for a neutral. Your wreath is beautiful.

        1. I don’t see the exact one I bought on Amazon anymore. I think it was called Lambswool, there is a shadow gray that looks similar.

  10. Have a question about when you pull the cord over the frame to cover the wire bar. I end up wrapping the cord opposite on the bottom ring. Hopefully I can word this so it makes sense. When you started wrapping your cord it was wrapping from behind, around the bottom to the top side. After covering the bar it’s wrapping from top side to the back. (Started wrapping from behind to front, after covering bar wrapping from front to back on bottom row.) When I get to the next bar I’m not able to cover the entire bar. I hope this makes sense. Thanks for your help.

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