Create a Cute Hanging Christmas Tree from Fabric

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Triangles sewn together and stuffed form a charming 3D Christmas tree for the wall. This simple project can be finished up while watching TV once the machine work is done. The triangles can be stuffed, sewn closed and tacked together during an evening.

Plus, the tree  can be given many personalities. Play with fabric combinations and placement. Then decide what to place at the intersections between triangles. Buttons, bows and other items can be used. You may also want to put something special at the top of the tree.

Stuffed Bunting Christmas Tree

Little yo-yos at the triangle points. Photo found on Pinterest.

Instructions are provided by Ros at RosMadeMe. She placed a stuffed star at the top of her tree.

Stuffed Bunting Christmas Tree

A finished size is not stated but triangles that are 5″ on each side finish at about 3.75″ tall. That makes the tree shown roughly 18.75″ tall. Of course, you can adjust the size by making the starting triangles larger or smaller.

Click here for the free “Stuff the Bunting Christmas Tree” tutorial.

Stuffed Bunting Christmas Tree

Buttons at the triangle points. From Mia’s Creations.

Stuffed Bunting Christmas Tree

Bows at the triangle points. Found on Pinterest.

Stuffed Bunting Christmas Tree

Fussy cut Santas with bows. Found on Pinterest.


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