No sew fabric christmas Tree

How To Make A No-Sew Fabric Christmas Tree

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Here’s a great way to use up old scraps of fabric!  You can make a no-sew fabric Christmas tree!

This geometric tree is held together with lots of pins inserted into a foam cone.  Your iron will get a work-out and will ensure crisp edges and uniform shapes.

This would make a great gift for a party hostess, a neighbor or your Mom.

This is a very easy project.  After you’ve prepared your fabric, you could do this tree while you’re watching TV.

Have a look and see if you like this idea.

Supplies Needed

Step-By-Step Instructions

  • Cut 2.5-inch squares of fabric.
  • Cut a 5-inch square of fabric.
  • Pin the 5-inch square to the bottom of the cone.
  • For each 2.5-inch square:
    • Fold in half
    • Iron it
    • Fold in half again
    • Iron it again
  • Pin the triangles to the cone, making sure that each layer covers the pins in the layer below it.
  • Pin a 2.5-inch square to the top of the cone.
  • For the top of the tree:
    • Fold the edges of a 2.5-inch square to the middle
    • Iron it
    • Fold them once again
    • Iron it again
    • Pin to the top of the cone, making sure to hide the pins under the bottom layer of the square.
  • Cut a star shape from scrapbook paper and pin it to the top of the tree.
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