I feel like I have seen SO many cute Christmas sewing projects recently. There are always so many I want to try, so I’m finally making a list and thought I might as well put it all in one place and share it with the rest of you.
(In case you’re anything like me: I’m finally in the mood to sew Christmas projects during the Christmas season. I have a hard time doing it not-at-Christmas time. It’s kind of like Christmas music – I can’t listen to it until after Thanksgiving.)
Here are a bunch of fun Christmas making ideas -some oldies from years past, and some brand new. Most of them are free patterns or tutorials.
Adorable (as always) Merry & Bright pillow tutorial from Nana Company.
Also from Nana Company – the cutest little holiday tags!
Modern Christmas tree pillow from Sotak Handmade. Love the minimalistic simplicity.
Christmas Stitchery pattern from the Polkadot Chair
Felt Sewing Machine ornament from Betz White. Would be a fun gift for other stitchy friends.
Daily Pocket Advent calendar tutorial from Elizabeth Hartman
Patchwork Dish Towels and Hot Pads from Crazy Mom Quilts
This one is not specifically for Christmas but these pocket Mice in their little tins are SO adorable. Pattern from Larissa Holland. (Check out her other patterns too, including the 12 days of Christmas. SO CUTE.)
Mini Tree quilt tutorial – this was my favorite Christmas time project last year.
Since I had so much fun making the mini version last year, I decided to make a bigger tree version this year. This is the work in progress. By the end of the week, I’ll share the measurements and a tutorial for a bigger version, so stay tuned. POST EDIT: See the finished large tree quilt here.
For lots more tutorials for Christmas Quilts, Stockings, Pillows and Gift Ideas check out this Christmas Sewing Lists post.
If you need a new Christmas something-something, but your time is already swamped with no time to make it yourself, here is an instant fix for you. I got this new Honor Christmas print this year and I LOVE it. One of my favorite Christmas quotes. You can find it in her Etsy shop, You Doll Design.
I’ve got a pinboard with lots more ideas that I’ll continue to add to. You can follow it here:
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