Thursday, December 6, 2012

Fabric Christmas Trees

I just adore Christmas tree decorations and fabric.. so I made these sweet little decorations!
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Here is the tutorial so you can make some too!
Two kinds of fabric
Double sided interfacing
Sewing machine
Start by putting your interfacing on the wrong side of one fabric and cut a circle.
Then unstick the other side and add to the wrong side of your other fabric.  Cut the circle.
Iron it.
Then fold, iron again and cut in half.
Fold a small corner in the back and iron.
Fold the front over so that you have the 3 tiered look and iron.
Next sew the side seams so that your tree lays flat.
Then add a small piece of fabric for a trunk and sew the bottom. 
And last add a yellow button to the top for a star!
Now you can make it into something pretty! 
I made mine into a faux embroidered decoration!
Happy Tree Making!
I am sharing with
Accidently Wonderful
Rhinestone BeagleFreedom Fridays

Practically Functional
Centsational Girl


  1. AMAZING!!!Love the colors and fabrics combination! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial!
    Happy day!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft

  2. How cute! I think they'd be pretty on top of a gift.

    ~Jenny; Black Fox Homestead

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    1. Thanks for linking up, Amie! I am now following you via GFC & Pinterest!

  4. These are so cute, a great idea, a whole bunch strung together as bunting would be fab!

    Love the Christmas fabric you used, totally cute!

  5. What a fun and simple sewing project, and a perfect way to use scraps. I think they'd be sweet tied onto a Christmas package. Thanks for sharing!

  6. These are too cute. I can see them working as a gift tag too. Thanks for sharing on the Winter Wonders & Holiday Happenings party!

  7. Thanks for sharing the patterns, well just in time as I am looking for a new hobby to deal with my spare time this season , green is indeed a perfect . Christmas Fabric color to represent Christmas, I'll look forward to make some.