Felt Christmas Tree Farm
This felt Christmas tree farm makes a perfect decoration that can go out in the fall and stay up through the entire holiday season. It is a fabulous beginner sewing project because it requires one basic stitch. Because the trees are made with felt, they don’t require any flipping or hard work! Of course it could be done on a sewing machine too which would work better if fabric is being used instead of felt. Either way, stuffed with PolyFil, the trees make adorable little pillows that create decorations that can also be played with. That is a WIN in my book.
Materials Needed for Felt Christmas Tree
- Kunin Felt (Greens and Browns)
- PolyFil from Fairfield World
- Pattern (Free to Download HERE)
- Needle and Embroidery Floss
- Straight Pins
Step to Make Felt Christmas Tree for Farm
Cut two trees from green felt.
Cut one trunk from brown felt.
Next, stitch the two trees together WITH the trunk piece around the three sides of the bottom.
Then, stitch around the rest of the tree (with stitches close enough together that the PolyFil won’t pop through), leaving an opening to stuff.
Stuff the tree and stitch it closed then trim all loose threads. Make a bunch in different greens and browns to create a farm of trees.
Today is DAY two of Creative Crafts Christmas Edition which means there are LOTS more ideas being shared.
MORE Christmas Craft Ideas
These clay ornaments by my friend and co-host Beth at Creatively Beth are super fun. She rocked her first ever Sculpey clay project!
I can barely stand how adorable these clay ginger peoples are. Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama always blows my mind with her creative talent.
How fun and festive is this Christmas sign by Ginger Snap Crafts?
Christmas cupcakes are best with wrappers and toppers. These are simply adorable and easy to make thanks to the tutorial from Polka Dotted Blue Jay!
Next, the Grinch ornament by DoodleCraft is a fantastic first vinyl project!
These rock reindeer are adorable. You can get the full deets on this project from Heather over at Homemade Heather.
This detachable shaker ornament by Ann Butler is such a great way to make a card that has a gift as a piece of it.
And the best part is, there are more crafts to come tomorrow!
Cheers and Love,