These are some of my favourite Christmas tutorials.
There is a bit of everything: patchwork, embroidery, appliqué, fabric folding.
- Embroidered quilt tutorial: Part I and Part II
This is a beginner embroidery and patchwork quilt.
- Christmas embroidery mounted on canvas
One of my favourite Christmas pieces of all times.
- Patchwork Christmas tutorial
Easy Christmas ornament you can make with some fabric scraps and felt.
- Little Forest wall hanging
Very modern wall hanging that is quick and easy to make.
- Patchwork Christmas tree
Variation of number 3. You can adapt the pattern to make bigger or smaller trees and make a little forest in different colours.
- Sweet Christmas tray cover
The embroidery belongs to a book by Aimee I contributed to. Details on the blog post.
- No sew Christmas ornament
Ribbon, headpins and a polystyrene ball is all that is required to make this Christmas ornament.
- Père-Noël zigzag quilt tutorial
Easy quilt using just strips of fabric to make a zig zag pattern. Use charm squares or jelly rolls to make this quilt top. The quilt is finished with embroidery.
- Christmas bunting
This is one of my favourite Christmas ornaments. The appliqués are attached using raw edge free motion machine embroidery. Give it a go!
How to make a Patchwork Christmas tree ornament
Learn to make this Christmas ornament in 3 minutes:
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- 36 x 2 inch squares of fabric
- felt scraps for the star and the bottom of the cone
- embroidery floss
- stuffing or batting scraps
- one sided fusible interfacing
Download Patchwork Christmas tree ornament pattern (pdf). Use the pattern to cut the cone shape, the star and the cone base.
Make trees in different colour schemes and in different sizes.
Stitch any embellishments such as bows, stitch little beads, add a felt star to the top.
This is a quick project that particularly French teachers will enjoy. To complete the project you will need 5 store bought napkins and some stranded cotton for the lettering and drawings.
A few fabric scraps are enough to make this quick project. Use fabric with a large print for best results.
This project is very easy and perfect for a teacher or anyone who enjoys reading. I used felt die cuts and stranded cotton in matching colours.
This potholder is not difficult to make but it is time consuming so if you intend to make one set an afternoon aside to concentrate on it.
Fabric scraps and some batting is all you need to make this quick project.