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Updated: 2020-03-05

Here at WeAllSew, we love any excuse to sew, and the holidays are no exception. Each Friday from now until the end of the year we’;ll be sharing some of our favorite free sewing?projects for the holidays?– from decorations to deck the halls to quick gifts for loved ones. This week we’;re sharing?some of our favorite?projects to deck out your home with holiday spirit!

If you have a favorite home decorating for the holidays project that we didn’;t highlightmonogram pillow cases, please share it with us in a comment!

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What better way to count down the days than with a handmade fabric advent calendar??Each of these?little?fabric tags?has a?pocket to?hold a different little holiday treasure to discover each day. Visit Skip To My Lou?to get the Fabric Gift Tag Advent Calendar tutorial.

Festive fabric bunting can brighten up any space for the holidays –; inside or out. In fact, you can change the color/theme of the fabric to match the holiday celebration –; use blue and?silver for a Hanukkah celebration; or use red, black, and green?for a colorful?Kwanzaa celebration.?Click to get The Crafty Mummy’;s Christmas Bunting Tutorial.

Not only is this fabric ornament extremely festive, but you can stitch some up right out of your scrap bin! Use ornaments to trim the holiday tree or to hang in other spots around the house to add some holiday cheer. Get Betz White’;s completely cute and clever Fabric Star Ornament tutorial.

What could be more festive than a fabric wreath that reminds you of a yummy candy cane? Or, use different colors of fabrics to get a comletely different looking wreath! Visit WhipperBerry to get the Candy Cane Wreath tutorial.

Dress your Christmas tree in this pretty skirt and create the perfect place to set your holiday gifts. Go to the Cloud 9 Fabrics website to get the Christmas Tree Skirt pattern and tutorial.

Reader Emily sent me photos of her save-the-date that she made to share with you all! I love seeing couples getting creative and DIYing their paper products. I thought they turned out really cute!

Hi everyone! I’ve been waiting to announce a fun new quilt along coming late Spring. I didn’t want to say anything until we had all of the details ironed out but word of mouth has spread a bit more than I was anticipating and I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the Let’s Stay Home Quilt Pattern.

If you’ve been out shopping, you know from all the red, pink, and white merchandise that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. But why not MAKE cards for those special people rather than buying them? Donna Krebill recently demonstrated fabric postcard-making at her quilt guild, and generously shared her instructions with us. Jo