Friday, 21 December 2012

Patchwork Christmas Decoration Tutorial

Hello, today I wanted to share my tutorial to make this Christmas patchwork tree decoration. You can find the whole tutorial and materials list over on the fabulous Liberty craft blog. It's a great way to use up those fabric scraps we all have lying around, and what better way to decorate your tree with a mini quilt! :)
I was lucky enough to receive a charm square bundle of the gorgeous new collection 'Stile', so I picked out the most festive colours and started cutting! Soon it turned into a basic 4-patch star design, top it off with some sweet candy cane binding and voila! 

Now hop over to the blog and whip up a bunch for your tree! You'll be done in no time ;) Please spread the Christmas cheer, with a tweet or 'Like' - I'd love it if you could. Speak soon, friends xoxo


  1. These are so cute. Thanks for the tutorial

  2. beautiful! what a cute decoration!

  3. A great decoration and one that can hang around all year round. Have a very Merry Christmas!

  4. Love these! Great idea!

  5. what a super cute patchwork star ornament!! I must make one now to add to my tree before Christmas!! Thanks for doing a tutorial! I hopped on over and checked it out and it looks fabulous!!

    Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

    Kerri :)

  6. Fabulous pretty tree ornament, will have to make some for next year.

  7. Hello! Your Christmas decorations is really nice! And thank you for great tutorial :) Have a lovely time, Jolana

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