Christmas Projects - Christmas Crafts for all Ages

Christmas Fabric, Felt and Sewing Crafts

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Fabric Gingerbread Man Ornament
If you like fabric Christmas ornaments hanging on your tree, you can sew this warm and cheery guy within a couple of hours.

Felt Snowmen Sewing Project
Now that you have found that perfect tree, why not give it some home made ornaments to make it warm and charming? These paper stars may seem a bit tricky to make at first,  but once you have the technique down, you will find that they are fun to create!

Washcloth Snowman Ornament
White washcloths and towels will no longer be safe in the home during the Christmas season. Look at the cute snowmen you can make with them.

Learn to Sew Gingerbread Man
This friendly little guy is an easy sewing project for kids! Complete with instructions and pattern.

Reindeer Wreath
This reindeer is just too cute and with just some basic sewing steps it will be an attractive decoration hanging on your door to welcome your holiday guests!

Burlap Stockings
These are very calm and  natural looking and the combintion of satin plus burlap gives them a rustic yet elegant look to them.

Felt Pig Toy Ornament
This ornament is too cute and is a treasure that just has to be made to decorate your tree.

Felt Trees Pins
These are just so tiny and cute and the perfect way to show off your holiday spirit where ever you go.

Felt Snowflake Stockings
Felt is a warm and wonderful material to work with especially for its non-fraying characteristic. This project is easy for novice sewers and will make a cozy addition to the mantel this year.

Distressed Gingerbread Man Toy as a Feline Gift
The look of the gingerbread is already enough to bring a smile on your face. Your cat will love the treat inside and will be occupied with this toy for a while.




Felt Snowball Ornaments
Follow the illustrated tutorial to make these softies which will add beauty to your tree.

DIY Stick Horses
What child does not dream of having his own horse? These are just too cute and can be made in any color to perfectly fit the wishes of your child or to give as a gift for children of friends and relatives.

Ruffled Stockings Tutorial
Follow the illustrated tutorial to create these quick and easy to make one-of-a-kind stockings.

Felt Christmas Tree Decorations
The more the merrier! What a great looking bunch of trees and they are so easy to sew and put together using the illustrated tutorial on this website.

Christmas Star Ornaments
These little fabric ornaments are so simple to stitch and then sew to create one of a kinds for your tree.




Vintage Christmas Ball Tutorial
This step-by-step illustrated tutorial shows you how to create unique and lovely tree ornaments out of fabric.

Wool Felt Christmas Trees
Each tree is a beauty and the details such as felt, beads, buttons and stitching make them even more special and unique looking. The well explained video tutorial shows how easy it is to make these holiday decorations.

Fabric Wall Hanging Advent Calendar
Counting down to Christmas is fun once you follow the PDF step-by-step tutorial to sew this lovely wall calendar.

Sock Monkey and Raccoon
There is something incredibly cute about these dolls and children will love having these friends to share their life with.




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Basic Christmas Crafts

Christmas Around the World

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Christmas in Germany

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German Christmas Crafts

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Gingerbread Men

Handmade Gifts to Craft and Sew

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Reindeer Crafts

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