Felt Christmas Ornaments with Cinnamon

dsc_0098December is the best time for Christmas music, tea with cinnamon and warm felt ornaments. Why not use cinnamon for them? 🙂

These tiny sweet ornaments will be a great addition to your Christmas tree decoration or a wonderful gift for your friends.dsc_0076dsc_0079

To make them you’ll need:

  • Red, white and green sheets of felt

  • Pencil

  • Needle and threads for sewing

  • Scissors

  • Cute buttons and beads

  • Cinnamon sticks

  • Tiny ribbons for hanging

Use these patterns to make your Christmas ornaments134135

You need to do:

Cut the pattern pieces out and apply a pencil contour to the felt. Cut the details out of fabric.dsc_0061dsc_0066

Sew small details on the base: roof, windows and buttons – on the house and the tiny decorations – on the Christmas treedsc_0065dsc_0067

Sew base peaces together with a tiny stitches and don’t forget about cinnamon sticks and ribbons for hanging.dsc_0074dsc_0108

So beautiful. So delightful. And a little bit spicy…dsc_0100

Christmas Cuckoo clock

DSC_0035Last year I found this cross-stitch pattern and  really wanted to make these cuckoo clocks for Christmas. At least one of them. I thought it could be a great toy for my Christmas tree.fony_48

This year I finally made it. I chose one clock and was stitching it with small changes. Here’s what came out.DSC_0031DSC_0036Unfortunately, the cross-stitch pattern isn’t the best quality. I really sorry about that. Actually I was looking for bigger pattern but found… another cuckoo clock! 🙂6784bd0fbb228910b19d07bdd75602a9Looks like now I have a Christmas cross-stitch for the next year too!DSC_0032

Making Christmas reindeer Rudolph

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer
had a very shiny nose
and if you ever saw it
you would even say it glows.

DSC_0081So let’s sew a toy Rudolph, that will decorate your Christmas tree.

You need to have:

  • Brown felt and small piece of red

  • Red button

  • Needle and threads

  • Scissors

  • Material for filling

  • Ribbon (to hanging this guy)

You need to do:

Cut the pattern out. You’ll have two parts like these:DSC_0038-001

Cut the tiny heart out of red felt and sew it to one part. Than sew parts together and put the filling at the same time. Don’t forget about ribbon to hang Rudolph to the Christmas treeDSC_0048

Finally sew eyes and nose and you can add some decoration to your reindeerDSC_0076

And here is the finished Christmas reindeer Rudolph. Even Santa will love this guy!DSC_0082

Tiny Xmas Stockings

I recently finished these tiny Christmas stockings for my wonderful nephews Mila and Sammy. These tiny stockings can be hung on the Xmas tree and you can also fill them with some candies or small gifts for kids.To sew stockings use this pattern. You can make it any size

Just click on the image with the pattern and it will open in high resolution
Just click on the image with the pattern and it will open in high resolution

I also made a colored patches for the toe and heel and added the bright strip to the top of stocking

I sewed all the patches one by one, than sewed two parts of stocking together and embroidered kid’s names on the top strip

The same goes here

Here they are! Tiny Xmas stockings for little cuties Mila and Sammy!