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Fabriflair™ paper piecing kits offer unique, clever, and practical projects to showcase favorite fabrics, embroidery and fiber art for quilters and sewers alike.
They're a great way to customize your holiday decorations! Whether you love a specific line of Christmas fabric or pick a color that matches your Christmas decor (teal is hot color for the modern holiday tree), they are a perfect way to make your holiday decorations extra special.
The Trilliant Ornament is a great way to make ornaments that match your personal style and colors. It would also be a great kit for an ornament exchange. You get three ornaments to create in one package so they are also very affordable.
We love them for Christmas gifts, too. You can personalize any of the Fabriflair™ kits with favorite fabrics - teams for sports fans as Amy has for her Kansas City Royals Brio Sphere and the Kansas Jayhawks Radiant Star.
It's a great way to celebrate whatever your family is passionate about; Star Wars for your favorite people who are anxiously awaiting the release of the new movie Rogue One, or any other favorite shows or characters. (A Wonder Woman Radiant Star for your favorite wonder woman would be so cool!)
And each Navette Needlecase comes with enough templates to make two needle cases. This kit is just as practical as it is beautiful, and might just bring happy tears to your favorite sewist, especially if you stitch it up with vintage fabrics that hold history and meaning, like this one-of-a-kind Navette Needlecase made from vintage linens.
Since the pieces are small (The Brio Sphere and the Radiant Star both come in two sizes, too!) it's the perfect way to create family keepsakes from treasured materials. A small Brio Sphere from dad's ties or a small Radiant Star featuring favorites from grandma's vintage fabric collection are a great way to preserve these scraps while creating mementos for your loved ones.
Since these projects are hand-pieced, they're great for on-the-go stitching too! Which is perfect for this busy time of year. What are you making for Christmas this year?