Are you ready for Christmas? If you’re like us, you like to make some handmade Christmas items every year, whether for your own home or to give as gifts. Well, pull out your sewing machine, because we have found some amazing Christmas Decorations You can Sew!
From pillows to banners and ornaments to stockings, there are some amazing holiday decoration ideas here that you’re going to love. Many of these make use of scraps you probably already have on hand in your sewing room. (You DO have a stash of fabric scraps like we do, right?) So, this is not only a great way to decorate your space for the holidays, but it’s economical too.
Christmas Decorations You Can Sew
1. Snowman Ornament
Yoyos are a simple beginners’ project. Easy to make them while watching your favorite TV show too. Just whip up a batch and then sew them together to make snowmen for everyone!
2. Fabric ornament
3. Felt Coffee Cup Ornaments
Put a pocket on the back and tuck in a gift card for a coffee shop!
If you’re looking for more Christmas decor ideas, check out this post!
4. Gingerbread House Ornament
5. Ribbon Candy Felt Ornaments
These are adorable when made with grosgrain ribbon too!
6. Hanging Hearts
7. Cute DIY Christmas Tree Decorations
Or you could string them together to make a super cute garland!
8. Santa Face Pillows
9. Stitched Dala Horse Christmas Ornaments
10. Crazy Patchwork Tree Ornament
Here’s a great way to use up those tiny scraps too small for anything else!
11. Easy Christmas Stocking Pattern
Make one for everyone on your list!
12. Fabric Christmas Banner Pattern
Make it in colors and patterns to match your holiday decor. We’re picturing one in various plaids and checks!
13. Quilted Christmas Table Runner
14. Santa Apron
How cute is this? Wear this while baking cookies or making Christmas dinner!
15. Christmas Place Mats
You could even make them in Thanksgiving colors/prints on one side and Christmas on the other!
Aren’t these Christmas sewing ideas adorable? If you’re a sewist, you’re sure to find something here you’re going to love making! Which one would you like to make first?