Handmade Winter Holiday Projects + Giveaway!

Celebrate the holidays this season with some of our favorite handmade winter holiday projects from WeAllSew! We’re sharing free projects from cozy quilts, decorations to deck the halls, and ornaments perfect for trimming the tree or topping off a specially wrapped holiday gift. To make the holidays bright, we’re also offering you the chance to win a fun prize package at the bottom of the post!

Deck the Halls

Holiday Banner Tutorial, Deck The Halls - hang

Create this simple holiday banner to ring in the New Year! See how easy it is to embroidery and sew the Holiday Banner with BERNINA.

Make a batch of quilted holiday tree coasters for yourself, and a batch to gift! Wouldn’t they look sweet as a topper on a gift bag or pretty wrapped present? Get the free, downloadable template and step-by-step instructions to create these Holiday Coasters here at WeAllSew.

Fill the pockets of this reusable advent calendar with little treats and presents each season! It’s simple to make, and you can include stenciled numbers, or create machine embroidery on each pocket to mark the days. Learn how to make the Canvas Advent Calendar here.

Patchwork Nordic Inspired Snowflake pillow pattern by Melissa Mortenson for WeAllSew

This white and red snowflake patchwork pillow is inspired by Norwegian holiday traditions. Made with a simple technique to create the perfect 1″ patchwork, you’re sure to stitch up one of these Norwegian Inspired Snowflake Pillows in no time!

Trim the Tree

These little ornaments are sure to add a bright spot to any holiday tree. Use the included printable templates to sew a little wrapped gift, bow topped tree, or mini-stocking in the Quilty Holiday Ornaments tutorial.

Holiday Hearts

Remember making these woven heart pockets out of construction paper when you were a kid? Here’s a new take on an old tradition! Hang these fabric woven heart pockets on the tree and fill with candies and treats. Find the Fabric Woven Heart tutorial here.

Holly Jolly Ornament Tutorial

These quick-to-make holly leaves and berries are fun to paint and stitch! Learn how to make a Holly Jolly Ornament with this tutorial.

Cozy Holiday Quilts

Christmas Quilt Pattern from WeAllSew

This happy holiday quilt features classic Christmas colors and big, easy to stitch blocks. You can make the Quick and Easy Christmas Quilt just in time for the holidays.

Aurora Feathered Star Quilt Tutorial

This red and white mini quilt suggests the delicate, traditional Scandinavian style of decorating for the holidays. Make the Feathered Star Mini Quilt with this tutorial.

This fun holiday quilt features a set of whimsical appliquéd ornaments made with bright colors. The Vintage Ornaments Quilt-along includes all the printable templates to create the ornament blocks plus the instructions for finishing the quilt.

This fun mini quilt features one large ornament created with bright colored half-square triangles. Once you create the patchwork this mini quilt stitches together very quickly! Use the quilt as a table topper, a wall hanging, or a holiday door hanger! Find the Holiday Ornament Mini-Quilt tutorial here.

Holiday Giveaway!

One lucky WeAllSew reader will win this fun prize package including one pair of Tula Pink 6″ scissors, one triangle ruler, and one large BERNINA tote bag!

Tula Pink - 6-inch-Shears

Handmade Holiday Projects and Giveaway

Handmade Holiday Projects and Giveaway

All you have to do is post a comment below and answer the question,

“What is your favorite holiday themed craft to make?”

The  giveaway is open through Friday, December 7th, 2018.

The giveaway is open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. One comment per fan. Comment must be submitted to the WeAllSew.com blog by Friday, December 7, 2018 at 11:59 PM Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to contact to claim the prize.

Good luck!

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