This is a really fun make that you can do in an evening. Make a whole batch for the craft fairs or Christmas Tree!
Requirements (the picture shows the large version):
2x 6.5” squares (1 for outside fabric, one for interior fabric)
1x 6.5” square of interfacing, we used Heat n Bond Heavy Weight
10” Bias tape, we used our ready made lace edge tape.
2 x 8” squares (1 for outside fabric, one for interior fabric)
1 x 8” square of interfacing, we used Heat n Bond Heavy Weight
12” Bias tape
2x buttons for decoration (optional)
Downloadable template,Click here.
2. Iron interfacing onto the reverse of the external fabric.
3. Fold each the shapes in half (right sides together) and sew a seam along the straight edge.
4. Turn the external fabric cone out. You should now have an external cone with the seam inside, and the internal cone with the seam on the outside. Insert one into the other.
5. Trim the excess along the opening and then sew bias tape around the top.
6. Squash the cone flat and pin the ribbon on the outside edge on each side.
7. Sew into place with buttons on top to decorate.
8. Fill with goodies and hang on your tree.
We used Doodbug Ribbon, Fancy Pants St Nick buttons, Lacey Edge Bias Tape, Heat n Bond heavy weight interfacing, In the Beginning Christmas fabric and Riley Blake Santa’s Workshop fabric.