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Nothing makes me want to hunker down with the sewing machine more than warm, cozy nights and holiday jingles. I’;ve rounded up 21 perfect holiday sewing projects from the Pretty Prudent archives that will hopefully inspire you to whip our your sewing machine and get creative.

Let’;s start with some perfect holiday sewing projects for home decor.This garland is actually a no-sew project, ha! Learn How to Make a Fabric Tassel Garland (No Sew!) in any color you like to jazz up your mantle, or make a mini one to hang on the tree.

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Jacinda’;s Ruffled Tree Skirt is one of my absolute faves. It’;s not as hard as it lookssofa pillow cases, and it looks so good!

These Pretty Potholders inspired about 1,000 people to make their own and send us pics! This is a really fun sewing project to master.

The Simple Snuggly Baby Blanket is an oldie-but-goodie, that’;ll make any baby happy.

Learn How to Make a Wine Gift Bag and deliver your libations in style.

These Fabric Bow Napkin Rings would look pretty in any color combo on your holiday table.

As would these Reversible Napkin Rings (one side for Thanksgiving, one for Hanukkah?).

Next let’;s look at some perfect holiday sewing projects for clothing and accessories.

Our tutorial on How to Make Fabric Slippers (with Free Pattern) is one of our most popular of all time! It’;s really satisfying to make these, and so cozy too.

Learn How to Sew a Bow Tie and give them to all the cute little boys in your life (and girls who like bow ties too!)

Then make something simple and sweet for yourself by learning Adorable DIY Ear Warmers.

Many a child would adore an extra fancy, fuzzy k Princess Cape under the tree.

Our Layer Cake Skirt has been made in hundreds of different color combos –; we think a holiday version would be adorable!

How cute is baby Quinn? Make all the babies in your life just as cute with our tutorial for this DIY Reversible Baby Bonnet with Free Pattern.

One of our faves, and readers too, is Colleen’;s amazing Fox Scarf with Free Pattern. It’;s like a stole, but cuter!

Now how about we sew up some cute little gifts?Start with our Fat Quarter Apron –; this is a fan favorite and you can make it out of one fat quarter! Here’;s Jacinda’;s holiday version (so pretty!) and here’;s the original tutorial: Fat Quarter Apron Tutorial!

Make a simple but stunning quilted Christmas Stocking with Free Pattern to match your holiday decor.

This winter hand muff is so cute (and would make a little girl feel so fancy).

A set of DIY Wood Stump Coasters in my stocking would make me smile.

Whip up a bunch of key fobs and give them to everyone you know on top of their gift tied into the bow! Get the easy-peasy tutorial here: How to Make a Key Fob.

I love wearing a french pouf, and so does Scarlet. Learn How to Make a French Pouf from a T-Shirt.

Grab your sewing machine and some crayons and learn How to Sew a Crayon Roll for all the coloring enthusiasts in your life.

Happy sewing! Follow us on terest for more perfect holiday sewing tutorials.

Warm, toasty, cozy, and looking cool. Taking just a few steps to make, the design possibilities are endless. Play with fabric, leather, felt, etc. and embellish with embroidery, glitz, or anything you like. This is a great project for using up remnants, too. Once you make a pair, you won’t want to just stop there. After all, when those little piggies come back from market, they like to slip into something comfortable.

Hi everyone, Jess the Sewing Rabbit here from the?Me Sew Crazy blog! ?I was so excited when Melissa asked if I would be a part of her Polka Dot Project, you see – I have admired her site for quite a while now. It’s hard not to love something that has Polka Dot in the title of it, right?

I’ve got a fun treat for you today! This adorable Valentine Survival Kit is made by the talented Melinda Tomasello. ?I twisted her arm to guest post because I knew you’d all love it! This goes perfectly with all the Valentine Printables I’ve been posting!