Holiday Home Decor from WeAllSew

We’re celebrating the winter holidays by highlighting our favorite free sewing projects and tutorials each week through the month of December. As a holiday bonus, we’re adding a fun giveaway to each of our four weekly posts with a chance to win handy sewing tools and notions! Be sure to visit WeAllSew each Monday in December to find a new post and enter each of our holiday giveaways.

This week we continue our holiday series by sharing free holiday home decor projects from WeAllSew. Join in our fun giveaway by scrolling to the bottom of the post to learn how you can enter!

Christmas Stocking Tutorial from WeAllSew

It’s time to get into the holiday spirit because Christmas is just around the corner! Make this fun, patchwork-filled Christmas stocking featuring patchwork. Perfect for filling with gifts, candy canes, and treats! Learn how to create the Christmas Stocking here.

Create this fun holiday tree pillow using the free printable paper pieced pattern. Click here to find the Foundation Paper Pieced Christmas Pillow tutorial.

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These adorable little Christmas ornament pincushions are a great gift for any sewing friend! Gather up a few favorite holiday fabrics and you can whip up a few in no time. Learn how to create these Holiday Ornament Pincushions here.

If you can’t get enough quick-and-easy Christmas sewing projects, here’s another one for you. Learn how to make a simple Holiday Mug Rug here.

This flame-free fabric Menorah keeps little fingers safe while celebrating Hanukkah. Create one for a little one to greet the season with the Flame Free Fabric Menorah tutorial.

Hanukah Star David Candle Box with menorah

Hanukah is the festival of lights and we light candles in the menorah for eight consecutive nights. That means there are lots of candles for those eight nights! Make an easy to sew fabric box in the shape of a Star of David to hold candles. Find the Star of David Shaped Candle Box tutorial here.

Holiday Potholder Tutorial from WeAllSew

Are you ready for Christmas? How about an easy project perfect as a hostess or teacher gift? Or you may want a few for your kitchen! Find the downloadable templates and tutorial to create any one of these three fun Holiday Potholders here!

Holiday Coaster Tutorial

If you are looking for an idea for a quick and easy gift for that special friend try these Make it Merry Holiday Coasters.

This fun holiday project is sure to brighten your spirits while you enjoy a mug of hot cocoa. These fun and easy-to-make snow globe coasters make a perfect handmade gift for anyone on your list. Click here to find the Gingerbread House Snow Globe Coaster tutorial.

Looking for an easy, quick, modern project this holiday season? This Ornament Mini-Quilt uses the 8-at-a-time method for making half-square triangles quickly and easily—plus simple appliqué allows you to avoid curved piecing entirely!

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It’s time to deck the halls! We’ll be using Toolbox embroidery software to design a simple and festive Holiday Banner. This design utilizes the Lettering and Editing modules for this project, if you don’t have the full bundle installed!

’Tis the Season for Quilting! Holiday tradition meets modern quilting in this colorful tree made entirely from circles. Combining simple shapes and easy techniques, this Circle Tree Quilt makes the perfect seasonal home décor accent.

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Create a focal point on your dining table with cocktail napkins, each with a monogram representing the letters of the word NOEL. This could easily be adapted to any holiday just by switching letters and colors! Find the Embroidered Holiday Napkin tutorial here.

Sparkle rolled hem napkin tutorial

Add a little sparkle to your holiday table setting by making your own fast, rolled hem Sparkle Napkins. This is a simple way to use your favorite fabrics and try out some decorative threads. The possibilities are as limitless as your fabric and thread supply!

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These stocking flatware holders add a touch of fun and whimsy to your formal holiday table setting. With the Stocking Flatware Tutorial, it’s all about the fabric and embellishments. You can create something simple with a solid color fabric or something fancy with velvet. Think about your table setting for this year, what look and feel you want to create, and make it yours!

WeAllSew Week 3 Holiday Giveaway!

This contest is now closed, thanks to all of our WeAllSew fans who entered! Congratulations to the winner of our WeAllSew Week 3 Holiday Givaway, fan @jellydog, enjoy your new sewing tools!

One lucky WeAllSew reader will win this fun package featuring fun sewing tools and notions! You could win one Zirkel red magnetic pin holder, one Tula Pink 16 GB USB Unicorn, and one pair Tula Pink Micro Serrated Duck Bill 6″ scissors!

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Zirkel Magnetic Pincushion

All you have to do is post a comment below and answer the question, “What sewing project do you make to decorate your home for the holidays?” The the giveaway is open through Sunday, December 22, 2019.

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 December 22, 2019 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!

53 thoughts on “Holiday Home Decor from WeAllSew

  1. I love making Christmas table runners for all tables, consoles and end tables for my home and for friends. I start during January following Christmas! It’s cheaper than a shrink, but just barely! LOL

  2. I make lots of things: Kitchen accessories like potholders, table runners, napkins, and then several quilts spread through out the house. Just wouldn’t be Christmas without them!!

  3. Wow, great collection of ideas! It’s a bit late to do anything for 2019, but several here are on my list of things to do for future holidays! For 2019, I’ve mostly been making embroidered felt ornaments. For others, of course, as I rarely seem to keep much for myself. 🙂

  4. I like to make a few fabric gift bags to add to my stash every year. Eventually, I’ll have a large supply of them and won’t have to use paper gift wrap any longer! My bags are festive and so easy to use!
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  5. I love making Christmas pillow cases – They are quick and easy. Made in Christmas Fabrics, they decorate a room beautifully and my guests get to take them home! (Children and grandkids)

  6. I change it up each year. This year we spent a day making the danish stars from we all sew! And since the kids are using the left over, already sewn strips to make more! And I think I will need to sew even more!

  7. I just finished making 50 kleenex holders for gifts for the women at my chuch. I got the pattern here at We All Sew. It was a big hit. There was only four seams in each one. GREAT!

  8. I created seasonal towels for friends. They got several differently themed towels. Everyone got a reversible patriotic and Christmas or Hanukah table runner and other holiday themed towels. Each set included five towels, themed specifically to the recipient, and the table runner. I hope they like them 😉

  9. I window-paned and quilted a panel of Santa by the tree. I also quilted a panel of Santa’s sleigh over a snow-filled village. Both quilts are an easy way to liven up my worn upholstered furniture for holiday guests.

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