If you have old sweaters in your closet that you don’t wear anymore, don’t throw them away. Check out all these great holiday decorations you can make with them. If you don’t have any sweaters you’re willing to part with, head to your local thrift store. After you see these tutorials, I know you’ll be inspired to cut them up and make great upcycled sweater Christmas decorations (or gifts!) with them.
If you’re giving a candle to someone as a gift this holiday season, dress it up with a pretty sleeve. You can even cover a vase with the same sweater. By Stephanie Lynn shows you how.
Since I’m a quilter, I absolutely love this Patchwork Sweater Wreath from Crafts ‘n Coffee. There’s no sewing involved so anyone can make one!
Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers has a great tutorial on making this Sweater Wreath. She fussy cut the sweater so that the pretty cable knit details would show.
How do you like these Sweater Trees from the wonderful Find it, Make it, Love it blog? Fire up your glue gun!
Looking for a the perfect gift bag for that special gift? I love these Christmas Treat Bags from A Homemade Living.
A special bottle of wine needs a special gift bag, too. This Sweater Sleeve Wine Bottle Gift Bag tutorial from That’s What Che Said couldn’t be easier.
There are many stocking tutorials on the web, but this one from Hometalk is very easy because it uses the sleeves from a sweater.
Here’s a tutorial for an adorable Sweater Snowman from Crafts And Sutch. Wouldn’t he look great in your entryway?
Meet Hoopie The Snowman. Betz White made him using embroidery hoops – and an upcycled sweater, of course!
These adorable Christmas Sweater embroidery hoop ornaments would look great at an Ugly Sweater Party. I love the way that BHG arranged them in the shape of a Christmas tree.
My Christmas tree is covered with nothing but homemade ornaments. This year I am going to add another one! This Upcycled Christmas Ornament from Saved By Love Creations has a great tutorial. Johnnie says you can make several from one sweater.
If you like hand sewing, you’ll love this tutorial from The Crafty Sisters. This Upcycled Felt Star Ornament is made using a simple blanket stitch.
These pretty Christmas Sweater Pillows from The Everyday Home blog would look nice all winter long. Barb has a very good tutorial that even a novice seamstress could handle. I love the pillow with the pocket!
So get out those old sweaters and get crafty this Christmas season. Any of these recycled sweater decorations would look great in your home. Speaking of which, if you’re still looking for the perfect Christmas tablecloth, check out the Bright Settings’ Christmas Collection. From fun prints to classic geometrics, we can make any size tablecloth you want from these fabrics!