Fat quarters are great for sewing smaller projects, providing a more manageable amount of fabric in a variety of beautiful patterns. At Hobbycraft we sell many packs of fat quarters », lots of which are festive-themed! Here’s are some fat quarter projects to get you in the mood for the festive season this year.
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How to Sew an Advent Calendar on the Hobbycraft blogChristmas looks modern in ultra-smart navy and white with gold details! Everyone needs an advent calendar in their life, and this one is easy to make, just follow the instructions below by sewing expert Debbie von Grabler-Crozier. The great thing about creating such a calendar is that it’s reusable, and is something that can be passed down through the generations.
How to Sew a Festive Matryoshka Doll on the Hobbycraft blogCreate your own festive Matryoshka to have as a Christmas decoration or to give as a gift for a loved one. Follow the tutorial linked above by Nicky of Bobbin Cottage to find out how to make your own.
How to Sew a Festive Quilt with Tassels on the Hobbycraft blog »Use the muted Metallic Be Jolly Christmas Fat Quarters to create a classy festive quilt, that can be brought out year after year to decorate the space underneath your tree. Follow the instructions in the tutorial linked above by sewing expert Debbie von Grabler-Crozier!
How to Sew Christmas Cutlery Wraps on the Hobbycraft blog »Add a bit of handsewn style to your Christmas table with these festive cutlery wraps! Made from cotton fat quarters, they’re perfect for making your dinner special but also super easy to wash if they get a little gravy on…
How to Sew a Christmas Table Runner on the Hobbycraft blog
It’s the season to celebrate, with the main event coming up soon why not make this festive Christmas table runner! It is perfect for adding that extra decorative touch to your Christmas meal.
How to Make a Simple Christmas Tree Hanging Dec on Sewing Spark
If you like the idea of trying something new, but always flounder under the pressure to not Mess Up, then this project is for you. It’s small and manageable, it doesn’t take up much in the way of materials and it’s low-pressure – if you do mess up you can just shrug and try another. Oh, and it’s Christmassy, too – what’s not to like?
How to Quilt a Christmas Stocking on the Hobbycraft blogGo traditional this season, and have a go at quilting a Christmas stocking in classic Christmas colours.
How to Sew a Christmas Place Setting on the Hobbycraft blog
Create a gorgeous place setting for your table this year, and impress guests with a beautiful make that can be brought out for years to come. The beauty of this, is that you can make it in any fabric, for any occasion or colour scheme. If you do have a favourite block design, you can use that instead.
How to Make a Re-usable Fabric Gift Bag by The Long Thread »
Here’s a quick drawstring bag and wooden chalkboard tag that you can reuse for a thrifty and eco-friendly holiday!