I’ve been busy sewing up quilts but I just had to take a little time to finish this Christmas Garland that I started many weeks ago. I had cut out all the triangles and starting stuffing them and put it aside and before I knew it, it was almost December. So I thought I’d better finish it up! It’s so cute, I love it.
I saw this garland a long time ago over at Svetlana’s blog, s.o.t.a.k. handmade. I knew right away I wanted to make one for me. This was a fun little project that’s great for using up any leftover Christmas fabric.
These triangles are about 2″ high, but you could make them any size you wanted to. I sewed them onto a piece of twine, twisted with a piece of holiday baker’s twine.
Svetlana’s tutorial on how to make these is here.
I can’t believe it’s December 1st! There’s so much to do. I’m just starting to decorate and don’t have my tree up yet. But this little garland at least is cheering up my fireplace!
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Elaine, you are such an artist. Love looking at your creations. Especially love looking at the beautiful sweater you made Micah. I posted a pic on instagram – hope you saw it. I’ll send pic soon. Love to your family!
Thank you Kim! I didn’t see the pic – I will have Leta show it to me! Hope little Micah is doing well.