Hello Dear makers,
You can never have too much Christmas decorations, right? That's what is special about this time of the year: the more decor, the better. Today I have a great no-sew tutorial for you which is really fun to make. It's a no- sew fabric Christmas tree that you can make with fabric scraps.
Once I saw the Blithe Collection by Katarina Roccella I new that I had to make a Christmas project with it. The prints are making me daydream about the snowy Christmases from when I was little girl. Although there is no snow here in South Florida - crafty projects like this remind me of winter in Poland and the landscapes covered with white and shiny snow.
I also used some fabrics from the Tapestry collection by Sharon Holland because I wanted to use the "Catalyst Odyssey" cat print. This project has a special meaning for me, because while I was driving from the craft store there was a tiny black cat running through the highway. I turned around to save him, but there was nothing I could do. :( So in memory of the little kitty, I featured the cat fabric throughout the project. I'm dedicating the project to the little cat and I truly believe he is happy now, in cat heaven. <3<3<3
Once making the project I was reading the sentences on one of the prints from the Blithe collection, and I believe that "Nature never breaks her own laws" and since we are part of nature the whole accident had to happen that day. So although the story is sad I am fullfield with hope that everything that happens has it's deep purpose.
Wishing you tons of creativity during this Holiday Season!