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Hanging Wheat Cluster

It's a great way to welcome fall into your home.

Photography: Aaron Dyer

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2014


  • Dried wheat bundles

  • Waxed twine

  • Wooden bead¬†(Pictured:¬†Round wooden bead, by Woodworks, from $1.50 for 10,

  • Scissors


  1. Bundle together 3 to 10 stalks of wheat; wrap about 2 inches with twine, as shown.

  2. Leave a 3-foot tail of twine; cut stalk to a 3-inch length. Repeat for as many bundles as desired.

  3. Arrange twine tails at varying lengths and push ends through bead. Loop ends; knot. Trim any excess, then slide bead up to cover knot.

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