Happy Thanksgiving weekend everyone. I hope you all are having wonderful days with your loved ones filled with adventure, warmth and good food. I’m so happy to be sharing a tutorial for this finger knit wreath ornament over on U Create today. Kari Sweeten has been running a huge ornament series this November – so many fun ornaments to be made. This Jingle Bell ornament is one of my favorites, as is this Peppermint Photo ornament–too cute!
I loved how this ornament turned out! Finger knit twine provides a beautiful, natural look and is such a fun thing to do with the kids. I would love this wreath on top of a present, too, wouldn’t you?
This wreath feels full of thanks and gratitude to me. As I am still laid up with a bad back, I am especially thankful today for all the wonderful people in my life, including loving family and friends who have reached out to help me. Special thanks goes to my husband, Sandy, who has had to put up with a lot, including tons of extra work and a very grumpy, frustrated and hobbled wife.
My gratitude goes out to my readers, too, who always make me feel happy and fulfilled with their excitement and encouragement over all the things I love to make. I’m so happy you’re here.
Aww, Anne! Feel better soon!!!!
(And I love the mini-wreath. I think it would look cute in green twine too.)
Hi , this is soooo cute and looking fun to add on a tree outside.
I think i will make some for my roofgarden trees.
thank you for the sharing and the tute;-D
Thanks so much! I’m so glad you like them!
Love this idea. Thanks for sharing. I have a bad back and have had three surgeries on it. Take care and keep crafting.
I would like a back cope of finger knitting and to make the Hula Hoop rug.
Great Idea !! its been a few years from now but still a good for this following Thanks giving