Don’t Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle – Felt Christmas Banner

What a fun little project this was to add to my Christmas decor this year! I have a mug I pull out each Christmas from Target that says ‘Don’t Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle’. The saying never gets old and I love that vibe for the holidays! So I decided to make it a permanent part of my decor. 

This was actually my first time using felt for a project so I turned to my amazing instagram followers and an overwhelming response was to check out Benzie Design. And let me just say – there felt is amazing! It makes such a difference to find good quality felt for projects opposed to what is available in the big box stores. They also have coordinating thread for their felt which made picking out the ones I needed for this project so easy.

Here’s what I used for this project: 

Along with my first time using felt for a project, this was the first time that I used my new AccuQuilt GO!. it made cutting out the letters so dang easy! I probably would have given up on this one if it weren’t for this. Nobody wants to spend time cutting details out like this.

You can read more about that and which letter dies I used here. There’s even a video where I walk through cutting with it for the first time! 

Christmas felt collection from Benzie Design with coordinating thread | The Homebody Company | Making a felt banner with my AccuQuilt GO!

If you’ve been on the fence about an AccuQuilt or diving into your first felt project, this is your sign! It’s time to try It out and start something new.

More AccuQuilt Projects on the Blog

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