It’s never too early or too late to sew for Christmas - that’s my motto all year long! Here are my 12 favorite Christmas sewing projects… and at the bottom there’s a link to 12 more.
By far, my favorite Christmas sewing project ever is the Christmas Gnome that I made last year. He’s so jolly and adorable, I think it’s time to take him out again.
After you’ve sewn a Christmas gnome, I’m sure you will want a quilt to go with him! My Holiday Gnome Quilt includes 2 blocks that you can sew into a small or large quilt!
These little drawstring bags come in two sizes and and are perfect for giving little gifts! My free pattern includes one size that holds two hot cocoa packets, and another size that holds a mug too.
In need of a star? Try this 3D Plush Star pattern!
This DIY Heating Pad for shoulders and neck makes a perfect gift to sew for yourself or someone else.
Keep little hands warm and save a too-small sweater from being thrown out at the same time with my free little mittens pattern.
New pajama pants are one of my most favorite Christmas sewing projects ever. Use my free P.J. Bottoms and Shorts pattern to sew these cute cuffed pants using woven or knit fabric. Pattern includes sizes 12mo - 7/8.
If you only have time to make a mini quilt (for a wall hanging or table topper), this Peppermint Mini Quilt will be just the thing - its an easy foundation paper piecing pattern!
Not enough? Well, here are 12 (more) Free and Fabulous Sewing Projects for Christmas.
I guess those were last year’s favorites!
Happy Handmade Holidays!