We’ve reached the last of our Christmas Countdown! This is our tenth small pojagi project and the end of the Christmas collection. This one is pretty easy compared to some of the other projects, but it’s one of my favourites. Even if you haven’t done any other projects, you shouldn’t have a problem with this one.
Here’s another small pojagi bag – great for gifts or storing special things. The finished size is about 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″, so it will hold larger things than the round bag.
This project is a great example of three-dimensional pojagi. It only uses the basic pojagi seam, but with great impact. To make this, you need handkerchief linen in three different colours and size 8 Perle cotton.
This is another flat Christmas ornament similar to the Circle Ornament. The thing that makes this more challenging is working with bias edges, so if it’s your first project, I recommend the circle. However, if you’re careful not to stretch the fabric or pull stitches too tight, this project will not be difficult.
This bookmark is a small project with three different techniques, so it’s a great way to try something new without a big commitment. You use the same materials as the other Christmas Countdown projects – handkerchief linen and Perle cotton.