Let me show you how to make a DIY quilty Christmas sweater.
You see I’m a member of a local quilt guild. When Christmas rolled around they threw a lovely party for all of us quilters.
When it came time to take the obligatory group photo, I looked around me and realized that I was underdressed. My grey t-shirt and jeans were no match for all the lovely red Christmas sweaters and cardigans filled with golden broaches. They looked great and I stood out like a sore thumb.
I was unaware of the unspoken dress code.
As I was sewing up my fun Letters For Santa quilt, I was inspired by the leftover scrap strips. I decided to go all out for my Christmas party attire and threw together this adorable quilty Christmas sweater.
The fabric scraps are from Bonnie & Camille’s Merry Little Christmas fabric line.
I even used a decorative snowflake stitch to tack it down and it turned out so good!
I loved it so much and it was so simple to make I made up instructions so you can make one too!
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