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Handmade baubles covered in colourful fabric in a variety of colours, attached to a branch and set on a mantle.
Make baubles from recycled fabric scraps
Make baubles from recycled fabric scraps
Make baubles from recycled fabric scraps
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Make baubles from recycled fabric scraps

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Willow Crossley
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Free
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Be inspired by Willow Crossley who will show you how to transform scraps of fabric into baubles, perfect for celebrations. 

In simple step-by-step instructions and photographs, Willow shows you how to create custom baubles, which can be made with a variety of fabric colours and styles, or if you prefer more of a coordinated look, choose a limited colour palette for the fabrics.

This project is part of our 24 Days of Advent series and is taken from Handmade Living by Willow Crossley, published by CICO Books (£12.99).

(Photography by Claire Richardson © CICO Books, from Handmade Living by Willow Crossley).

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S.D.
Great project

Really fun and easy project suitable for all the family also a creative way to start the festive season

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J.
Xmas is coming

Enjoyed making these baubles. I used fabric from my scrap bag. I used ribbon instead of thread and added some beads when pinning. They look lovely with the other xmas items I have made and have received several compliments already.

Willow Crossley

Willow Crossley

Based in the Oxfordshire countryside, Willow Crossley is a full time floral and interior stylist. After a degree in fashion journalism, she worked in magazines before launching an online business, Willow Rose Boutique. Here she sold a myriad of art designs, handmade books and decorative treasures found on her travels.