Holiday Sewing Projects

Holiday Sewing Projects

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Keep your fingers from freezing with plush fabric mittens.

Warming Trend

Bring glad tie-dings to your door decor—knot fabric strips around a wire frame for a custom look.

Season's Tidings

Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight inside to collect holiday cards.

Season's Greetings

Hand-stitch holiday motifs to a mitten shape for a stocking to hide presents or a cute gift for friends!

Mitten Stocking

If bold and vibrant colors are your style, complete this quick-and-easy wall hanging in time for the holidays.

Festival of Trees

Floral fabric turns into holiday sweets when you fussy-cut pieces and combine them into kaleidoscopic swirls.

Christmas Candy

Decorate for the season with a festive, quick-to-make wall hanging or table runner.

Deck the Wall |

Don’t let the sight of all these small pieces scare you. They’re actually cut big enough to handle easily, then trimmed to size after they’re sewn in place.

Spiral Stockings

While it looks like traditional needle-turn appliqué, this seasonal quilt is all sewn by machine. You should be able to get it done in time for gift-giving!

Branching Out |

Create a beautiful holiday table topper that echoes the seasonal appliqué on both the quilt center and outer border.

Double Vision |

Set a more neutral holiday table with a runner sporting a background of cream and black. A poinsettia adds a pop of red, creating a festive focal point.

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  • Lynn Woodroffe
    Lynn Woodroffe

    That is lovely and certainly makes a change

Stitch gift-card holders that give a hint of what‘s inside.

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You can be snuggly and stylish this winter with a scarf made of cozy plush!

Snuggle Scarf |

Make your stars shine brightly with a metallic gold stripe and a punchy red print. The green print and white print backgrounds shine an even bigger spotlight on the stars. The red inner border and green outer border radiate festive cheer.

American Patchwork & Quilting October 2014

Twelve frosty blocks are constructed in two configurations for a delightful winter throw you’ll want to show off all season long.

Wintry Mix |
  • Margarita Pelayo
    Margarita Pelayo

    Simpley beauteful

  • Gaye Paquet
    Gaye Paquet

    My colors and snowflakes are one of my favorite things.

  • Maria Stella Arias Zuluaga
    Maria Stella Arias Zuluaga

    simplemente hermoso

  • Margarita Pelayo
    Margarita Pelayo

    Si los colores juegan un papel muy importante. Esta precioso!

When temperatures drop, curl up in a bed-size flannel quilt with pops of green that hint at spring.

Wintergreen |

It’s a breeze to set up a decoupage tree created with stackable terra-cotta pots.

Tiered Tree |

Here’s a wall quilt that’s destined to become a holiday tradition.

Pieceful Pines |

Combine stars, circles, and beads in a penny rug made of wool. Classic holiday colors make this a perfect decoration for a side table or even under a tiny Christmas tree.

Pennies and Stars

Pleats and ruching dress up a festive pair of Christmas-theme pillows just in time for a season of good cheer.

Jolly Holiday Pillows

Fussy-cut a beautiful fabric to star in the center of gemlike quilt blocks. Choose a holiday print with metallic touches for a throw that really shines.

Holiday Sparkle

Make the presentation as fun as what’s inside! Use a holly leaf pattern and a trio of buttons to add adorable appliqué to a lunch sack gift bag.

Happy Holidays Gift Bag

Whimsical holly appliqués and prairie points in an array of prints give this festive table topper seasonal cheer.

Happy Holidays |

A single star block split diagonally by color is rotated to create an intricate design.

Half and Half |

Simply sewn, strip-piecing brings this cozy bed-size quilt together quickly.

Country Winter |