Check out these fun Christmas fabric crafts for the holiday season!
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1. Fabric Lollipop Christmas Ornament
Thin strips of fabric and clothesline cord make pretty lollipop ornaments for Christmas and beyond. Choose striped red and white fabric for a candy cane look and other two or three color stripes or prints for other flavors.
2. Styrofoam Ball Christmas Ornament
Here is my version of how I made this cute little fabric ornament. It’s a great way to use up all those fabric scraps. If you use the type of foam ball i used it will give you a more sewn look as the foam will collapse a little on the seams. If you use a white styrofoam ball it will be a little more flat.
3. Retro Fabric Christmas Lights
I just love those big old fashioned Christmas lights, don’t you? They remind me of being a child at Christmastime. They were so fun and bold and bright, I just loved them. So I decided to make some with a few of my favorite mediums: fabric and a hot glue gun!
4. Mini Fabric Wreath Christmas Ornament
5. Fabric Garland
This DIY fabric garland is really simple to make and it adds so much color to a room.
6. Plaid Christmas Tree Skirt
This year seems to be the year of everything plaid. Plaid shirts, skirts, vests, rain boots, Christmas wrapping paper and tree skirts.
7. Fabric Ornaments
If you have a lot of scrap fabric laying around and don’t have a plan for it, you should make these Fabric Ornaments for you home!
8. Fabric Coffee Cozy
Keep your coffee hot and your hands cool with a simple fabric coffee cozy in your favorite fabrics.
9. Fabric Star Ornament Tutorial
I’ve been making these adorable fabric star ornaments and wanted to share them with you!
10. Fabric Scrap Tree Banner
Whenever I find a good way to use up some of my fabric scraps, I’m a happy camper! This Christmas Tree Banner was made entirely from scraps of fabric and felt I had on hand. I love how it turned out! Makes me think I should dig around my scrap bins way more often!
11. Christmas Pillows
How to make inexpensive DIY Christmas pillows – using a drop cloth and Sharpie markers. This budget-friendly holiday decorating idea is pure genius! Come learn how to make your own drop cloth pillow covers in any style.
12. Quilted Christmas Ornaments
Today I am sharing one of my very favorite traditions growing up!
13. Scrap Fabric Tree Ornaments
Crafters of all ages will enjoy creating cozy Scrap Fabric Tree Ornaments to gift or keep this holiday season.
14. Christmas Fabric Snowflakes
he Woven Snowflake is not as difficult as it appears. The instructions included in the kit provide a step-by-step process and enough Christmas fabric and other materials to complete six of these beautiful ornaments.
15. Christmas Gift Bag
One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is making neighbor gifts each year! I love to bake delicious desserts around the holidays and I’m always looking for a cute way to wrap them up and deliver them to my neighbors!
16. Stuffed Christmas Tree
I remember seeing these at the local craft fairs when I was little and I have been making them as gifts for many years. They make a great center piece. For small living spaces these can also take the place of a live or fake Christmas tree. I have always wanted to make a larger one and put on a wooden post – maybe next year – no time this year!
17. Jingle Birds Patchwork Pillow
Hello there, quilting friends! If you are looking for a quick Christmas gift to make, I have just the project for you: a cheery winter pillow!
18. Festive Strip Cushion
This is my Festive QAYG Strip Cushion. It can be made with any fabrics you like, but I’ve used the Christmas Basics range, which is available from Spotlight Stores, to create this Christmassy version.
19. Woven Star
The colors and patterns of strips cut from fabric give the stars a whole new look while being just as charming.
20. Retro Drawstring Bags
I love making small projects with pretty fabrics and trims.
21. Fabric Gift Wrap
For this week’s Iron Craft challenge, I made fabric gift wrapping.
22. Reusable Fabric Gift Bags
his holiday season, I decided to bite the bullet and make myself a set of fabric gift bags. I’m not an accomplished seamstress (truthfully, sewing machines stress me out a little) but these gift bags are simple enough for even the novice sewer.
23. Fabric Scrap Scrunchies
I’m forever trying to find ways to use up all my fabric scraps (I have plenty).
Scrunchies are an easy and quick way to use up those scraps!
24. Fabric Gift Bags
I don’t know about you, but the amount of wrapping paper we seem to go through each year is crazy. I thought it would be fun to use up some of my holiday fabric and create some Reusable Fabric Gift Bags that we could use year after year.