This Buffalo check Fall wreath using an embroidery hoop is a stunning way to welcome in the season. The softer, warmer colors of the khaki farmhouse fabric really help to let the other colors pop.
I used a Cricut and vinyl for this project, however, if you have a stencil and fabric paint, that would work, as well. Another idea is to print the included Happy Fall SVG and printable template and trace it onto the fabric before filling in the outline with paint.
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Buffalo Plaid Fall Wreath
It is no secret: I love the look of a small Buffalo check plaid. Goodness, I would probably have an accent wall in a Buffalo plaid if I wasn’t terrified of wallpaper (an irrational fear, I know).
This fall season, I’m incorporating khaki Buffalo check fabric into my decor. From gnome ornaments to wreaths, I’m using this eye-catching fabric in small projects to tie a few rooms together.
Before we get to the other fun Buffalo check DIYs, let’s start on this adorable Buffalo check Fall wreath using an embroidery hoop.
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Tips for Making This Fun Fall Wreath DIY
- I used a smaller embroidery hoop at 9-inches because this was going to hang on a cabinet door. If you are using this for a front door or back porch, use at least at 12-inch hoop.
- The khaki Buffalo check fabric I’m using is a flannel and it is a little fuzzy. I love the warmth it gives the piece. If you have a cotton fabric, give it a quick iron and use that.
- If you are new to making a farmhouse style ribbon bow, just know that you’re creating X’s with each layer of ribbon. Lay down the largest / widest ribbon first and then stack the others in descending size order.
- For decorative accents, use small pumpkins, fall berries, raffia, or pinecones. It gives it a fun little colorful element.
- You will need the Happy Fall SVG cut file set here to use the lettering I made. The file types included are SVG, PNG, EPS, and DXF. If printing, use the PNG. If you are working in the basic Silhouette software, use the DXF.
How to Make a Buffalo Check Fall Wreath
If you prefer a video tutorial to show how I tuck the edges of the Buffalo plaid fabric or create the simple bow, for example, watch the one here on this page. It’s a really fun wreath to make and doesn’t take much time at all.
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Your shares are how this site grows and I am sincerely grateful. Know a friend who would like this? Please email it, save it to a fall crafts pin board, or share it with a crafty group on Facebook.