Felt Christmas Garland - Downloadable SVG Pattern
Felt Christmas Garland - Downloadable SVG Pattern
DIY sewing craft pattern
Felt Christmas Garland - Downloadable SVG Pattern
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Felt Christmas Garland - Downloadable SVG Pattern

Regular price $ 5.50 GBP $ 0.00 GBP

This download contains the SVG cutting machine file and full instructions to get you creating your own felt Christmas garland today.

Featuring a Santa, Rudolph Reindeer, Polar Bear, Gingerbread Man and Gingerbread House, this hanging decoration is a cute and fun way to bring your decor to life!

Ideal to make yourself and give as gifts to family and friends or give to someone who loves to sew their own.

🎄 Your downloadable file will contain:

SVG file for use with your cutting machine

Instructions for making 

🎄 You will also need the following supplies to complete your creation:

Cricut Maker or alternative cutting machine
Coloured Felt
Coloured Threads
1m Ribbon or Twine
Needle for sewing
Needle with a large eye for threading ribbon into characters 
Polyester Toy Stuffing
Buttons (optional)
Pins (optional)

Easy: Suitable for those with a basic sewing ability.

If you don't own a cutting machine, don't fear, we also have a downloadable PDF version to print out and cut the felt by hand. Or why not check out the packaged kit section for kits that contain everything you need! These make great gifts for crafty friends :)

🎄 Size
The characters will individually measure approx 10cm x 10cm, and together the garland will measure approx 100cm.

🎄 Processing Time
Your download will be emailed to you instantly, as soon as you place your order.

🎄 Buy 2 Get 1 Free

All sewing kits and sewing patterns are eligible for buy 2 get 1 free. Add 3 of these to your cart, and the discount will be applied automatically.

🎄 You can collect the whole gang of characters separately- Rudolf, Santa, Polar Bear, Gingerbread Man, Robin, Penguin, and the Gingerbread House for them all to live in!
Hang them on your tree, door handles, shelves or windows for a very Merry Christmas!


For a full step-by-step guide in pictures, please visit the FeltTails blog.

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