Christmas in June Links

Ann R shared a darling Christmas Tree Wall Hanging for those who don’t have the space for a real tree, or have kitties who LOVE real Christmas Tree exploring. 

You can find the pattern here.

Mary B shared a quick Wine Bottle Gift Sack. 

You can find the pattern here

Cheri W loves the By Annie patterns, but then who doesn’t, and her project was the Easy Does It. The wonderful thing about By Annie patterns is the tabs she includes that you can cut out to keep track of your pieces as you cut them. 

You can find By Annie patterns here, or check out the local shops, several of them carry her patterns.

Bonnie D took a glass plate from the discount store and used her fabric to make it shine! 

You can learn all about decoupage here

Chris B shared a folded case that’s perfect for cosmetics or craft tools. You can use mesh or vinyl for the pockets. Use 3 coordinating FQs or buy yardage for a 2 color combo. 

Pattern available here

Vickie S showed the steps you take to make bowl cozies, perfect for your hot bowl of soup, or that deliciously cold bowl of ice cream! 

The best pattern for this online is by far this one

Louise C finds Scrunchies addicting. She offered 2 video tutorials for making them, one even has a zippered compartment for small items. 

DIY Scrunchies
DIY Secret Pocket Scrunchies

Lavonne M shared a sweet Temecula Quilt Co Mystery QAL which made a Twelve Days of Christmas wallhanging. The pieces of each block match the days in the song.

Becky M showed a Key Fob/Lanyard gift idea. You can make these for all those new drivers in the family! 

You can find the pattern here, and source the materials here
Additional materials needed are: Household pliers, fleece or batting scrap, medium weight fusible interfacing, quilt fabric strip, ribbons.   

Diane D had some lovely fabric bowls on hand. How striking they were. She shared information on the pattern and template you can purchase to make these gorgeous bowls. 


You can find the book here.

Kathy S takes placemats and makes zippered pouches with them. And you can too! Personalize them with embroidery or leave the beauty of the placemat to speak for itself. 

The video tutorial is here.