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Easy Spring Flowers Wreath Decorations | Adorn Your Pom Pom Wreath | A Step by Step Free Needle Felting Tutorial

Easy Spring Flowers Wreath Decorations | Adorn Your Pom Pom Wreath | A Step by Step Free Needle Felting Tutorial

spring flowers wreath

Cheerful spring flower decorations on a pom pom wreath handmade using needle felting techniques, using extra Mammoth® yarn from our Pom Pom Circle Wreath Making Kit, pictured in “pastels” colour combination.


Spring Flowers Wreath Decorations – Easy Needle Felting

spring flower wreath decorations

Needle felted daisy flowers made using our Mushroom Pink and Cream Mammoth® extreme knitting yarn

The third in our series of mini tutorials on how to needle felt different fun shapes to adorn your Pom Pom Circle Wreath Making Kit. This time we are making a spring flowers wreath with decorations made with left over yarn bits and bobs from that particular kit, but if you are a Mammoth® yarn veteran, and have been savvy enough to hoard up all your excess scraps, you are in luck!

All you need now is some needle felting equipment, which you may have already, or can source easily from a craft shop and you are good to get stabbing!

At Woolly Mahoosive, we love giving you a little extra, and as mentioned, these tutorials have come about from the extra yarn from our Pom Pom Circle Wreath Making Kit.

We’ve teamed the “Pastels” colour combo with this cute needle felted flowers to create a lovely springtime wreath that you can use to decorate your front door under a porch or any part of your house, come springtime.

The pastels colours of our Mammoth® yarn also would work really well in a child’s bedroom or baby nursery. Gorgeous.

You can make whatever colour and size flowers you can with your spare yarn, we have chosen Mushroom Pink and Cream, but it is entirely up to your creativity and your stash of Mammoth®.


Mammoth Weavers and Crafters Pack – Brights

Mammoth Weavers and Crafters Pack – Pastels

Need Extra Mammoth Yarn?

We’ve got you covered with this handy collection of assorted Mammoth minis: Mammoth® Weavers And Crafters Pack | Mixed Assortment | 450 Grams – Woolly Mahoosive Yarns 
This selection is also very budget friendly at only £8.75 for 450 Grams!


We love to see your creations, so if you give this needle felting tutorial a go, please share your pictures of your spring flowers wreath with us on Instagram @woollymahoosive and #makeitmahoosive



If you have read our previous tutorial for needle felting hearts and plaited felted rainbow you will be a pro by now, however, these are really important points, so take a little time to have a refresh:

The process becomes intuitive the more you practice, but here’s our top tips to get you started with for needle felting using our Mammoth® yarn:

    • Be careful! Obviously, these needles are very sharp, and we want to avoid injuries! So, keep those digits out of the way of the needle, sounds obvious, but we need to mention it. Plus, this is not a suitable activity for children.

    • Protect your table. A couple of layers of foam blocks will do the trick, we don’t want your beloved crafting table to look like it has had woodworm!

    • Stab it with the pointy end… It really is that simple. If you have more than one thickness of needle, start with the biggest and when this doesn’t push easily through, swap it for a thinner one. The thinner needle will help with smaller detail and tidying up the surface of your work.

    • Turn your work regularly. If you zone out and stab for too long (perhaps thinking about an ex-partner?) you risk the work getting stuck to the foam blocks. So carefully peel it off and flip it over regularly, working on both sides.

    • Don’t forget the edges. Make sure you are stabbing all over, both sides and spending plenty of time around the edges, corners and points of the shape you are creating, folding in any frays.

    • Trimming is fine, just don’t get too snip happy! Using sharp scissors, you can neaten up the edges as your final step but be careful not to overdo it or you’ll end up with fraying or not alot left!


Here’s our step-by-step guide to making these very easy spring flowers using needle felting…

Step 1: Split your yarn into 5 equal pieces. Twist a piece in half as shown, holding at one end.

Step 2. Stab all over the petal shape, front and back and around the edges, lifting and turning regularly.

Step 3. Focus on the edges to define the shape further.

Step 4. Fold the petal in half lengthways and needle felt at the base to create this shape.

Step 5. Repeat the previous steps with all 5 lengths of yarn. Then join them together by positioning two together and needle felting the ends to secure.

Step 6. Continue to join each petal as before, overlaying the raw end over and working into the middle with the needle.

Step 7. Work a small piece of yarn into a ball and needle felt to form a circle, you may wish to add a second colour in the centre.

Step 8. Attach the circle into the centre of the flower with your needle by stabbing through the layers gently.


Step 9. If you wish, you could create a loop on the back as shown by using a thinner length of yarn as the tie, needle felt to the back of the flower with a second bunched up piece.




















Just a reminder, these needle felting extras have been creating using the offcuts from our Pom Pom Circle Wreath Making Kit, and look fab as added extras to your spring flowers wreath.

Whether for a child’s bedroom wall hanging, a baby’s nursery wall art, an Easter or spring flowers wreath, there is a colour combination to suit. We also think these kits are perfect for crafting parties; whether a crafting workshop, parties with friends or for older children’s sleepover activities; they are available in packs of 4, 6 and 8! Click the link below to have a browse!

Pom Pom Wreath Making Kits | Simple Crafting Party Ideas | Host a Crafty Party or Craft Workshop mammoth (woollymahoosive.com)

Click on the image to see our Pom Pom Wreath Making Kits!


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