3 Easy Christmas Sewing Projects

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3 Easy Christmas Sewing Projects | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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If you think sewing Christmas-themed projects are difficult, then you’re wrong or maybe you just haven’t seen a tutorial like this one yet. I was almost done with decorating the house, planning what meals to serve, and adding the finishing touches that I might need on the dinner table, just in time before Christmas. Upon searching for more easy ideas I can do, I found this compilation by Showofcrafts on YouTube, it was really interesting and easy that I thought I would share this with everyone too. So if you still have some space to squeeze in these sewing crafts, then watch this video tutorial and make your holiday parties extra this Christmas.

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Materials:

Fabric Wreath

  • 1.10cm x 12cm Fabric
  • Fiberfill
  • Jute twine
  • Ribbons
  • Thin worbla sheet
  • Gold Spray Paint
  • Glue
  • Hot Glue
  • A pair of scissors
  • Needle and thread

Fabric Christmas Tree

  • Fabric
  • Bead or pearl
  • Cardboard
  • Tape
  • Glue
  • Flowerpot
  • Clay
  • Newspaper
  • Ribbon
  • Thin worbla sheet
  • Hot Glue
  • A pair of scissors
  • Needle and thread

Fabric Napkin Holder and Table Mat

  • Wide ribbon
  • Gold string
  • Bead or pearl
  • Fabric
  • Garter
  • Cardboard
  • Hot Glue
  • A pair of scissors
  • Needle and thread

Directions:

Fabric Wreath

Fold the fabric in half lengthwise wrong side out. Sew around but leave one end unsewn, flip it inside out and stuff with fiber filling, make two more of this with different fabric designs. Stack the open end of the fabrics then sew shut together. Start braiding the stuffed fabrics tightly, then sew the end. Twist the braid and let the ends meet so that it becomes round, sew the end together to hold it in place. Attach a looped jute twine behind the wreath and glue the ribbons on the front lower part. Make two patterns of stars from the worbla sheet, glue them together and insert fiberfill, spray paint with gold, then curve the pointy edges and attach them to the center of the ribbon.

Fabric Christmas Tree

Trace a small round pattern on a piece of fabric then cut. Sew around the seam edges and pull tightly so that the seam is shut, sew a bead or attach a pearl at the center to hide the stitch. Make more of this with green fabric. Cut a 62cm x 62cm cardboard and fold it triangularly, trace an arc on one side from the pointed end then cut. Open the cardboard and shape it into a cone, tape the edges together in place. Roll another cardboard around and tape all over it, this will be the stand of the tree. Wrap a thick cardboard strip at the top of the body and tape, insert it in the cone then glue it in place. Cover it with green fabric, then start attaching the small round beaded pieces on the cone until the top edge. Take the flower pot and put some clay covered in plastic or any weight to put on the pot, add some scrunched paper and green threads at the top. Decorate the front of the pot with some ribbon, insert the tree then attach a fiber-filled star on top of it.

Cheap Christmas sewing tutorial
Image Credit: Showofcrafts via YouTube

Fabric Napkin Holder and Table Mat

Cut a thick ribbon about 5 inches long, fold it around and let the ends meet, then sew. Take a gold string, insert beads or pearls then know each end. Loop it then attach it to the middle of the ribbon. Make small round cutouts on a fabric, take one and fold it in half, fold one side to the front while the other to the back. Do these to the other fabrics and sew to pointed edges together until you’ve made a full circle. Sew a bead on the center and secure the pieces with a strip of hot glue on the back, attach it to the center of the ribbon. Use this as a napkin ring. Next, cut a 41cm round fabric, fold the edges inward with about half an inch size. Sew around the fabric near the seam edges leaving a gap in the middle. Insert a garter through the hole, then pull it tightly, cut the excess and sew shut. Cut a 35cm round cardboard and insert it onto the gartered fabric, use this as a table mat.

Sewing Christmas decor for beginners
Image Credit: Showofcrafts via YouTube

 

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3 Easy Christmas Sewing Projects

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