15 Scrap Fabric Christmas Projects


15 Scrap Fabric Christmas Projects

Gather your Christmas fabric scraps and get sewing with this hand selection of festive makes!

15 Scrap Fabric Christmas Projects

If you can't wait for the holiday season to start, then you don't want to miss this collection of 15 Scrap Fabric Christmas Projects!

Designed for the sewist on a budget, this link love collection is filled with DIY Christmas projects that are designed to use up your fabric scraps.

Stop letting your fabric scraps pile up by creating one of these fun holiday projects that are perfect for making in advance. So, go ahead and gather all the Christmas fabric scraps you've been keeping and get ready to let them shine!

From scrappy and adorable ornaments to DIY wreaths, this list of holiday sewing projects has everything you need to decorate your home for Christmas.

Get ready to break out your favorite fabric scraps for these fun and festive sewing projects!

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15 Scrap Fabric Christmas Projects

Not only did we hand-select this wonderful list of ideas for using Christmas fabric and festive sewing projects for the holidays, but we are also featuring 15 incredible and creative designers!

So, when you click on the blog name, you'll be taken to the project on their blog. While you're there, be sure to explore and we're sure you'll find more projects you want to make. Whether it's for Christmas or a new project list for the start of the year, each of these designers has amazing sewing ideas you're going to love.

DIY Ornaments

1.  Polka Dot Chair - Melissa shows you how to turn small pieces of linen and wool into embroidery art with these purrfect embroidery hoop ornaments.

2.  Cutesy Crafts - Jessica's deer and fox ornaments can be made using leftover felt, and are a charming way to add some woodland-inspired fun to your tree.

3.  The Resourceful Mama - Kim's kid-friendly reindeer ornaments are great for using scrap burlap and are no-sew, so they're a fun project for your little ones.

4.  Moms Eat Cold Food - Hannah shows you how to turn plaid fabric (like your hubby's old flannels) into simple Christmas bulbs.

5.  Crafting a Rainbow - Looking for a way to use your brightly colored fabric scraps? GillianCrafts has some Scandinavian inspiration for you!

Deer and Fox Felt Christmas Ornaments

Quick and Easy Christmas Decor

6. On Sutton Place - Have some spare yarn in your fabric studio? Ann's got some festive pom pom inspiration for a holiday pillow.

7.  H is for Handmade - Create some pretty wall art with this simple and scrappy Christmas tree project.

8.  From Evija with Love - Evija shows you how to transform old curtains into an elegant wreath with this tutorial.

9.  Sadie Seasongoods - Love cross-stitch? Sarah shows you how to combine thrifting, crafting, scrap yarn, and cross-stitch for this fun Christmas project!

10.  Tea and a Sewing Machine - Anna's tutorial lets you combine scrap fabric with cinnamon sticks and cloves to get your home looking (and smelling) ready for Christmas.

Vintage Wooden Tennis Racket Needlework

Scrap Sewing Projects for the Holidays

11.  Create Craft Love - Follow Jill's tutorial to turn tiny pieces of burlap into a gorgeous lighted garland.

12.  Prima - Been saving up random bits of cotton fabric? Prima's team shows you how to create fun Santa sacks!

13.  Gina Michele - Gina's adorable DIY stockings are made from upcycled sweaters, with a touch of embroidery.

14.  Jennifer Jangles - Jennifer shows you how to get your sewing studio ready for Christmas with these quick decoration ideas.

15.  Doodle Craft Blog - Do you have a drawer filled with spare buttons? Natalie shows you how to create a DIY button Christmas tree.

DIY Upcycled Christmas Stockings

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Christmas! I love to see the look on the faces of friends and family when they open their gifts from me.

Christmas by far is my favorite. I used to make new ornaments and decorations each year for my children, now I try to do it for my grandchildren.

My favorite holiday is Christmas. I love making things for my family.


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