I'm hesitant to call this a "tutorial" because it might be somewhat difficult for most readers to acquire the exact same materials to duplicate this project. Let's just call this an "inspirational project", and you can perhaps make something similar with found quilt scraps. Heck, you might be able to come up with something much better!
I've always picked up partially finished vintage quilts, such as "quilt tops", "quilt blocks", and portions of "yoyo quilts" which I've written about a couple times before. I like the fact that much of the work has already been completed, and I just have to add some finishing touches. But I don't finish the quilt, I use them for other projects. That was the case with some "dresden plate" quilt pieces I purchased recently. As I looked at them one day, they really spoke to me. What did they say? "We want to become a wreath" is what they said! I didn't want to argue with them, so this is I made:
Foam wreath form (mine was a 12" form)
2 Dresden plate quilt blocks (I got mine on Ebay)
Vintage yoyos or felt flowers with button centers for embellishment
Needle and thread
Step 1: I selected two quilt blocks that fit the wreath form.
Step 2: Because the wreath form was a little on the thin side, I padded it with quilt batting, using hot glue to adhere it.
Step 3: I sewed the two quilt blocks together on the inside, leaving the outside edges open. I laid the wreath form inside, then tacked down the outside edges with hot glue, stretching the fabric so it was taut all the way around.
Step 4: I created three embellishments with vintage yoyos and buttons. These could have been made by layering felt flowers instead.
Step 5: To make a hanger for the back, I created a loop from paper covered wire and glued it down, then covered the glued area with a little yoyo to make it pretty:
And that's it! I'm sure you could adapt these ideas in many ways. There are many "cutter quilts" out there, quilts that are very tattered and could be cut up into pieces. Consider wrapping parts of an old quilt around a wreath form and adding some sort of embellishment for a great cottage/shabby style wreath!