How To Make A Fabric Swag

Welcome to Day 6!

We are officially half way through our 12 Days of DIY Fall Crafts series and I couldn’t be more excited… I have saved the best projects for the last half! So make sure you come back each day t 8pm central for the latest craft tutorial!

Today we are going to make a super simple, scrap fabric swag! If you can tie a knot, you can make this swag! It’s so easy…just like all of the projects I’ve shared so far!


  • Jute rope, measured to the desired length, plus 1 foot
  • scrap fabric, cut into 1″ wide x 10″ long strips
  • battery operated LED lights, optional
How To Make A Fabric Swag | Gathered In The Kitchen

Let’s Make It Together!

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Super easy! Can you tell by now that I’m a fan of cheap, easy and cute?!?! All of my projects I’ve shared so far have definitely met this criteria!

How To Make A Fabric Swag | Gathered In The Kitchen

My living room just keeps on getting more and more decorated haha!

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victorian living room decorated for fall

As always, thanks again for joining me daily for this Fall crafting series! Find all of the other projects HERE! See you back here tomorrow!

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12 Days of Fall Crafts!

Day 1: How To Make Fabric Pumpkins with Goodwill Shirts

Day 2: How To Make A Fall Table Centerpiece

Day 3: How To Make A Dollar Tree Witch Hat Wreath

Day 4: Potted Jack-O-Lantern Mums

Day 5: How To Style A Wooden Tray for Fall

Day 6: How To Make Fabric Swag

Day 7: How To Fold Napkins & Make A Napkin Ring

Day 8: How To Make A Mailbox Swag for Fall

Day 9: How To Make Scented Pinecones

Day 10: Scrap Wood Block Pumpkins

Day 11: How To Make Stenciled Tea Towels for Gift Giving

Day 12: Pumpkin Topiaries

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