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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Advent Calendar: Part 2

Welcome to part 2 in my advent calendar tutorial. Today, there are 10 more patterns to look through. Again, no sewing is required for any of these squares (though I did add some embroidery on 2 squares, it's not necessary). Fabric glue is the key in getting your squares created.


The squares I made are roughly 4 1/2 inches wide by 5 1/2 inches long. If you prefer to make a smaller version, you should be able to copy my patterns into a word document and scale them to the size you want.

Let's get started:

A Christmas train.


Supplies:  Felt: tan, black, red, light green, dark green, dark brown, cream, yellow, blue and dark blue {square is red felt}. Optional: Add an initial to the train.


3 candles with a holly base.


Supplies:  Felt: red, green, yellow, black {square is light blue felt}


Technique: to give the flame of the candles some warmth, place a dab of glue in the center of the flame. Using your nail, remove some fibers from red and orange felt and lay them down onto the glue. This adds a little extra dimension to your candles.


Simple polka dots.


Supplies:  Felt: cream {square is red felt}


A stocking ready to be stuffed.


Supplies:  Felt: dark green, red and cream {square is tan felt}. The stripes were made out of thin strips of cream felt.


Warm mittens.


Supplies: red and cream felt and some string for the mittens {square is dark green felt}


The December flower: poinsettia.


Supplies: red, green, dark green and yellow felt {square is light blue}


A few snowflakes to make for a White Christmas.


Supplies: light blue felt {square is dark blue felt} and 6 white mini poms

I created my snowflakes by folding a square of felt in fourths and cutting out a few shapes {like the good old grammar school days or making snowflakes out of paper}. Roughly, the shape that resulted has been turned into a pattern below.


A Christmas penguin {?}.


Supplies: black, white and orange felt {square is light blue felt}, 2 white poms for the eyes or 2 googly eyes.


10 drummers drumming.


Supplies: red, cream, tan, green and yellow felt {square is light blue} and 6 yellow mini poms


JOY.


Supplies: dark green and light green felt {square is red felt}, 3 red mini poms for the berries on the O - wreath, ribbon for the bottom of the square and 5 green mini poms for the top of the square


Come back tomorrow to check out the rest of the patterns you can use to finish your own advent calendar.

The rest of the tutorials can be located here:
Advent Calender Part 1
Advent Calender Part 3
Advent Calender Part 4

2 comments:

  1. This is awesome! Thanks for sharing! I'm gonna make this!

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  2. Glad to hear you were inspired to make an advent calendar of your own. I'd love to see pictures, when you finish.

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