Summer is in full swing， and the time is right to start thinking about what to sew for Christmas! Check out our favorite free sewing projects from WeAllSew， from decorations for your home to tree-trimming ornaments and cozy holiday quilts.
This mischievous elf is ready to help you celebrate the holidays!？Prop this adorable Santa’s helper next to your sewing machine. If you’re lucky， he might even use a little magic to do some stitching while you sleep! Find the DIY Christmas Elf pattern and tutorial here.accent pillow case baby burlap outdoor
Count down the days to Christmas with this simplepersonalized gifts for him， modern-style pocket advent calendar.？This easy and quick Canvas Advent Calendar tutorial will walk you through each step to create your very own advent count down in just one evening.
This fun Christmas stocking is made with small fabric strips and scraps featuring fun ornaments. Get the free tutorial to make your own Quilted Ornaments Stocking here.
This Norwegian-inspired pillow is inspired by red and white Christmas colors and knitting patterns featuring snowflakes. Click here to learn how to make the Norwegian Inspired Snowflake Pillow.
Transform your Christmas dinner table in the cutest way possible with these adorable holiday coasters. Easy to make with scraps from your stash， find the free pattern and tutorial to make Holiday Coasters here.
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! Get the Holiday Ornament Mini-quilt tutorial here.
Need a quick last minute gift or decoration for the holidays？ Stitch up a？Jolly snowman mini quilt or table topper， an easy to piece quilt made with fabric scraps， a little appliqued carrot and a few buttons. Click here to learn how to make Jolly the Winter Snowman.
Using coordinating threads to make “Coco” the squirrel pop from the background fabrics and adding yummy texture by using a creamy ivory thread for the background quilting. Get the free pattern and tutorial to make Coco The Squirrel mini-quilt here.
This pretty quilt features vintage holiday ornaments just like the Shiny Brite ornaments from Grandmother’；s tree. Learn how to make each one of the 8 different appliqué blocks and piece them together in the quilt with the Vintage Ornaments Quilt-along here.
This Christmas quilt features large scale blocks measuring 24″ x 24″. Nine of them together makes a pretty impressive design! With just squares and half square triangles you can create a high impact quilt with little effort. Click here to find part one of the Quick and Easy Christmas Quilt-along.
These ornaments are quick to stitch up and would make great gifts. Pick from one of these 3 designs or make one of each. Find the Scandinavian Inspired Christmas Ornament tutorial here.
How sweet are these charming house ornaments! Use these ornaments to dress up your Christmas tree or to decorate your gift for someone special. Find the Holiday House Ornament tutorial here.
Remember making simple folded Danish stars (sometimes called a？German？or？Froebel star) with paper strips as a child？ Learn how to create pretty little folded fabric stars to hang on your Christmas tree! Click here for the Fabric Danish Star Ornament tutorial.
Give these Quilty Holiday Ornaments a try， they will for sure get you into the holiday spirit. You can visit the Quilty Holiday Ornaments tutorial here to find the downloadable patterns and tutorial.
Make a set of these Scandinavian hearts， perfect for holding small gifts， hanging on the tree， or as a special gift. Learn How to Make a Fabric Scandinavian Heart here.
Hi friends! I've finally decided to take the time to update this old post of mine because I have found a new, easier way to add texture to my very popular DIY photo canvases and I wanted to share that with you, but I thought it made more sense just to add it to this existing post :) If you've been a reader for a while, you know I love to make my own photo canvas prints and have them hanging all over my house. They are fun and easy to make, and they are an incredibly affordable option. So get those awesome photos off your phone or computer and start displaying them on your walls! Once you learn how to make your own DIY photo canvas, you will be hooked :) So, without further delay, I am going to tell you how to make photo canvas prints for yourself!
Sometimes it can be hard to find that perfect handmade gift for the guy in your life, especially if he seems to already have it all. Here are some of our favorite go-to projects that you can create for any guy! From technical to tools, you’re sure to find a gift to suit your guy!