Sunday, December 19, 2010

A little Christmas Sewing

No garment sewing lately, just last week to decided to make some stocking stuffer & gifts to give to a couple co-workers. I found these of someone else' s blog and for the life of me I can't remember who it was. So, if someone else recognizes this and know the blog please let me know so I can give them the proper credit. These were a great last minute project and I was so glad they shared it. I had some Christmas fabric on so it was easy to get started. So these are napkins when folded form a Christmas tree These were quick and easy and fun to make.

First I made a cardboard 1/2 circle template, I made mine about 1 inch larger than the template in the instructions and I'm glad I did... then I folded the fabric in layers and traced the template with white chalk & cut several layers at once. I did mine with print fabric on one side and a solid on the otherThen I serged the edges...some in red, some green and some gold embroidery thread. There are several way to finish the edges but this was the quickestHere's a link to one set of instructions if you would like to add embroidery Christmas Tree Napkins, I also have another PDF of instructions that are a bit simpler (the one I used) without embroidery but I I don't know how to post the PDF. So, if you'd like that set of instructions send me an email. I'm going to make a few more this week and I'll be pretty much set for Christmas.

Have a very Merry Christmas everyone!

Happy Sewing!!


Linda said...

These are cute! I received one at our ASG Christmas party. Glad you posted a pictorial, that is so helpful. Wishing you a Merry Christmas!

Aminat said...

Those are so pretty and will make great gift, thanks for sharing

alethia said...

I went to Bed, Bath, KOHLS and Pier One Import last night looking for a particular color of dinner napkin. Did not find anything I like. I have the perfect color fabric in my stash and decided that I was going to make the napkins. Here is your great project. The napkins are so cute. Send me the instructions.

Sheila said...

Those are cute holiday gifts and thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays.

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