Winter Garlands

Starting to think about winter and holiday decorating for your home? Here’s a fun and fast sewing project that’ll spruce up your space and get you into a festive mood.

winter garlands crafting project Brother

Materials and supplies

  • Assorted colours of felted wool and/or fabric (approximately 1 yard in total of different colours/prints)
  • Assorted buttons (including some snowflake or star-shaped buttons)
  • Iron on fabric appliqué material (CASTBL1)
  • Thread
  • Brother ScanNCut (CM650W), cutting mat and blade
  • Brother Sewing Machine
  • Button Stitching Foot
  • Twine and/or ribbon as long as your desired garland length
  • Mini clothespins
  • Stabilizer
  • Spray starch (optional)
  • Coloured holiday card stock (if making paper garlands)
  • Small amount of polyester stuffing
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