Christmas decorations sewing

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Chicken Quilt Block Tutorial

Here are instructions for making a chicken quilt block. This block is 7x8 inches as shown and will end up 6.5x7.5 inches when sewn into a qu...

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No-sew fabric bauble tutorial

Fabric was the subject of Saturday afternoon’s class (although some would argue that a certain book was a hotter topic than the crafting) and we made three fab projects: a decorated bag, a card and a Christmas ornament. I always like to start with the most challenging project, then it’s plain sailing all the way afterwards. So we began with the bauble, which I think looks gorgeous in this Deck the Halls fabric. For this you need: 1 smooth polystyrene ball, any size but ours are about 3” 2…

Tutorial: Folded Fabric Star Ornaments

I learned how to make these adorable folded star ornaments at my traditional guild at least 10 years ago and haven't seen them anywhere since. I used this activity as a final assignment in an introductory Instructional Design course and boy was it ever fun to watch a 6'5" man who works as a parole officer learn how to thread a needle! Here's a brief tutorial for making these ornaments, which can be for a Christmas tree or a Solstice celebration or even as a way to celebrate a graduation…

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded fabric Christmas trees - follow my easy sewing tutorial and make these brilliant Xmas decorations. A great gift idea. Get my FREE TEMPLATE here!

I Wish You a Merry Quilt-A-Long: Block 7

Today is a double fun block release day for the I Wish You a Merry Quilt-A-Long. There are actually two blocks released today and Block 7 is mine! I am sharing a Pointsettia Block for a big splash of holiday color. Every year I get a couple of large pointsettias for Thanksgiving and keep them around until the New Year so these dramatic plants mean family holiday time for me. You can download the pattern below and read through this post for a short tutorial and some tips. I am so excited to…

Fabric was the subject of Saturday afternoon’s class (although some would argue that a certain book was a hotter topic than the crafting)...

No-sew fabric bauble tutorial

Fabric was the subject of Saturday afternoon’s class (although some would argue that a certain book was a hotter topic than the crafting) and we made three fab projects: a decorated bag, a card and a Christmas ornament. I always like to start with the most challenging project, then it’s plain sailing all the way afterwards. So we began with the bauble, which I think looks gorgeous in this Deck the Halls fabric. For this you need: 1 smooth polystyrene ball, any size but ours are about 3” 2…

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

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No-sew fabric bauble tutorial

Fabric was the subject of Saturday afternoon’s class (although some would argue that a certain book was a hotter topic than the crafting) and we made three fab projects: a decorated bag, a card and a Christmas ornament. I always like to start with the most challenging project, then it’s plain sailing all the way afterwards. So we began with the bauble, which I think looks gorgeous in this Deck the Halls fabric. For this you need: 1 smooth polystyrene ball, any size but ours are about 3” 2…

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded fabric Christmas trees - follow my easy sewing tutorial and make these brilliant Xmas decorations. A great gift idea. Get my FREE TEMPLATE here!

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded Fabric Christmas Trees ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

Padded fabric Christmas trees - follow my easy sewing tutorial and make these brilliant Xmas decorations. A great gift idea. Get my FREE TEMPLATE here!

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No-sew fabric bauble tutorial

Fabric was the subject of Saturday afternoon’s class (although some would argue that a certain book was a hotter topic than the crafting) and we made three fab projects: a decorated bag, a card and a Christmas ornament. I always like to start with the most challenging project, then it’s plain sailing all the way afterwards. So we began with the bauble, which I think looks gorgeous in this Deck the Halls fabric. For this you need: 1 smooth polystyrene ball, any size but ours are about 3” 2…