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Use holiday prints to give a classic Double Nine-Patch block seasonal flair. Fabrics are from the Holidays at Home collection by Faye Burgos for ...
Build a cute snowman out of felt. Add a snowy greeting below him for a wonderful winter greeting card.
Add sweet pleats to a Christmas stocking. Floral pinks and red polka-dot prints make for an unexpected seasonal color palette.
Finish a festive six-sided tree skirt fast using a cleverly cut border print. Choose novelty prints from the same collection to ensure that the fabrics will complement each other.
Use up the tiniest bits of fabric in a trio of two-color ornaments. Don’t be intimidated by their diminutive size—we’ve got the patterns for foundation piecing here.
Trim your tree or gifts with these peppermint ornaments that put a yummy spin on your holiday decorating.
Traditional Christmas wishes are made extra warm by using felt for the letters. A light background helps the word pop, while a scallop edge adds a decorative touch.
A rustic cabin gets a garden cottage makeover with flirty florals from the Fancy Hill Farm collection by Robyn Pandolph for RJR Fabrics...
Embellish a handmade fabric ornament with seed beads and, if you wish, embroidery stitches.
Tuck tiny treats or a few Christmas greens in the tops of the stockings embellishing these fresh-for-the-season pillows.
Dress up snowflake ornaments with frosty beads and metallic embroidery floss. Hang a blizzard for a glittery tree or string on thread for a cute garland.
Combine favorite fabrics, fusible web, and card blanks for quick stitched holiday greetings! Choose icy blues and whites for a modern look or use Christmas prints for a traditional card. Mix tree...
Spread joyful tiding this holiday season with a card made from bright prints and a standout message.
Make simple holiday ornaments using holiday-theme fabric, metallic crochet thread, and yo-yos. Stuff the ornaments with more fiberfill and they can double as pincushions.
A subtle palette and understated motifs make this runner table-ready for Christmas dinner and beyond. Fabrics are from the Christmas Naturals collection by Thimbleberries for...
Put a snowy day to good use by whipping up these sparkly star ornaments. In the twinkle of an eye, you'll be ready to trim the tree.
Crazy-quilt mittens make pretty ornaments. They’re unexpected ways to conceal gift cards and cash gifts, too. With little pieces of fleece and velour and some sparkling embroidery, you can stitch...
The colors in these Log Cabin blocks are similar in value, but each round is clearly visible because the colors are opposites on the color wheel. The festive four-block table topper features the...
Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight indoors to collect holiday cards.
Cotton scraps, buttons, and batting for the snowman's body give this delightful jingle-bells door hanger one-of-a-kind character. What a great gift for family and friends!
Tired of buying paper gift bags? Reuse and recycle in style by creating your own handled gift bags, custom-made with fabrics you choose. They're sure to be used over and over again.
Personalize your gifts with easy-to-make fabric gift tags.
We don't know which is more fun-choosing the fabrics for these "lunch sack" gift bags or planning what treats they'll contain. For the closure, use a covered button, two or more stacked buttons,...
Everyone loves getting a holiday gift with a handmade touch. Dress up food gifts or yummy treats with your fabric scraps, button stash, and other simple sewing supplies.
Whether you are wanting to whip up a last-minute gift or adorn your own table for the holidays, it’s hard to choose a favorite to stitch from among these versatile embroidery designs. These motifs...