As I mentioned in the last post, I definitely have quite the Christmas fabric stash. In fact, I even have a Pinterest board for my virtual Christmas Fabric Stash on Pinterest Here are a few more projects to help you use up that stash!
You can see one of my rag garlands in the photo at top. And here is a rag garland in a different color scheme, in the living room, holding up some sweet silhouette ornaments made by my daughter out West. The link is below the photo. These garlands put very small pieces of fabric to good use.
|More hot mats|
Christmas placemats and table runner tells you where I found the pattern.
Vintage-Style Pillowcases can, of course, be made from any fabric, but it is fun to make Christmas pillowcases to really showcase a seasonal fabric. Here are some that I have made.
Tea Time Mug Rug
A simple throw is easy to make as well. The links below tell you how I made these. The flannel one has a plain dark green flannel on the reverse side. Just fold it the other side out to use at other times of the year.
Simple Flannel Throw
Christmas Fabric Throw
|I used a holly print fabric for the reverse side of this one.|