DIY, Fabric Scrap Projects, Liberty London

DIY Hexie Christmas Tree Card

I love my Liberty London fabrics and can’t bear to throw away any scraps. I came up with this idea for a tiny hexie Christmas tree card to use up some of my scraps. This would make a great card to give to your sewing friends don’t you think?


Mad For Fabric - Hexie Christmas Tree Card

I used a 1/2″ hexagon template downloaded from here. After forming the hexagon tree, I traced a star on top and then used thick thread to sew around each side using my pencil marks as a guide. I glued each hexagon on the card instead of sewing them together first. Alternatively, you can glue on a piece of muslin first and then cut around the edges so it doesn’t show and then glue onto the card.

How do you like to use your hexies in projects? Would love you hear comments!

Thanks for stopping by today and Happy Thanksgiving for those of you in the US.


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9 thoughts on “DIY Hexie Christmas Tree Card

  1. Love your idea of the hexie tree. I don’t have any Liberty fabrics but I do admire them. You have give me the idea to do fabric postcards using the 1/2″ hexies. I think they’d fit. I’ll have to go give that a try….will probably join them as I usually do when EPPing. Thanks; great tree!

  2. This is such a cute idea, I am sure your friends (even non sewing ones) would love them! Love your beautiful card…i might have to go make some myself.

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