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November is here, which means we are well into Christmas sewing mode now! To kick things off, we had a go at making our own version of a stuffed Christmas tree using fat quarters - we love how this looks, and we managed it using just two fat quarters! 

How to Make Fat Quarter Stuffed Christmas Trees

You Will Need

How to Make

These trees are so easy to make and look fab all lined up on your mantelpiece or table - why not make a few to match?

Download our pattern and use the template and instructions to make your own - it's so easy, and a fantastic make for all abilities from complete beginners to more advanced sewists.

The basic method is to stitch each section and then stuff; all straight-line sewing and simple techniques.

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November 01, 2018 by Amy Gilbert
Tags: Christmas

Comments

Sharron Camp

Sharron Camp said:

Made lots of these last year to give to family & friends.
Really are easy to make even if you don’t have a lot of sewing experience.

Jayne Lewis

Jayne Lewis said:

Thank you for the free Christmas Tree Pattern

Linda Jenkins

Linda Jenkins said:

I am so very happy to find this pattern again. I made this tree from a print cut out many years ago. I am an not want to show my granddaughters how to make them from a pattern. Thank You. This will be a fun Christmas. Bless You!,!,

Jenna H

Jenna H said:

I used this pattern to teach my parents how to sew on a machine. Turned out great- perfect for even complete beginners!

Maria Brooks

Maria Brooks said:

Thank you so much for the darling pattern and instructions. I really appreciate it!

Debbie S

Debbie S said:

Thanks for the great pattern.

ada M Ramirez

ada M Ramirez said:

I’am try to make that project (trees)

Nancy Gin

Nancy Gin said:

Would love to make this and give but can not print out PDF pattern. Is there another way to get this?
SO EXCITED WHEN I SAW THIS TIME TREASURED PATTERN

CLAIRE LOUISE BAKER

CLAIRE LOUISE BAKER said:

Thank you for this I used 6 tree cut outs by accident and it worked perfectly too x

Betty Walker

Betty Walker said:

How do I order the pattern

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