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Holly Leaf / PDF Sewing Pattern

Holly Leaf / PDF Sewing Pattern

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With this Holly leaf pattern you can create a modern take on the traditional holly decoration. I enjoy experimenting with colors that aren't typically associated with Christmas and incorporating small details like beads, bows, and embroidery.

This sewing pattern is ideal for those who want to craft their own unique and personal Christmas ornaments.

This sewing pattern includes:

  • Print-friendly template
  • Materials list
  • Sewing instructions

Happy crafting!

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The holly leaf measures approx.:
Height 12 cm


Materials for the Holly leaf:

  • Fabric for the Holly
  • Thread for hanging
  • Beads for berries
  • Ribbon for bow

For this project, you will also need some crafting essentials: 

  • Sewing machine (can also be sewn by hand)
  • Fabric scissors 
  • Needle and thread
  • A small paint brush. I use this when I turn the right side out and need to get into all curves and corners to give the ornament the right shape. 


Interlining/ Vlieseline H200 (for fabric that fray easily)

Download info

This is a digital product and you will receive an email with a link to a PDF document that you can download.

When you purchase this guide, you will receive an email within 15 minutes with a link to your PDF sewing guide. You can read the guide on your screen and print the actual template.

You will not receive a physical product.

Download the guide and quickly dive into the joy of crafting!

For personal use only

This digital download guide is intended for personal use only and is strictly prohibited for commercial purposes.

All ideas, designs, and patterns included in this guide are the result of dedicated time and effort. Kindly refrain from sharing this guide or its content with others to honor the value of original creativity and to prevent any unauthorized distribution.

Thank you for respecting and supporting my small creative business ♥

Decorate with Holly leaves

Whether you're a seasoned crafter or a newcomer to the world of holiday decor, the Holly leaf will add a touch of festive charm to your home. Here are a few ideas for how to use it ♥

  • Hang your homemade holly leaf on your display cabinet, bringing a touch of Christmas greenery to your home.

  • Elevate your holiday dinner by placing your homemade holly leaf on each plate, creating an inviting and personal table setting that your guests will love.

  • Craft a mesmerizing holly leaf garland using a string of twinkling lights, and hang it in your windows to illuminate your home with a cozy holiday glow that spreads cheer both indoors and outdoors.

Got Questions about making Holly Leaves?

What fabric should I use for DIY holly leaf ornaments?

Choose the fabric you love! While cotton is a popular and straightforward option, offering stability and ease of sewing, don't feel restricted.

If you prefer to work with thinner fabrics or synthetic materials, simply iron on some interlining before cutting out the parts. Personally, I almost always use Vlieseline H200 as I love to hunt for vintage fabrics that are a bit more delicate.

Do I need a sewing machine to make fabric holly leaves?

The sewing instructions in this guide are tailored for machine sewing, but you can certainly utilize the template for crafting handmade holly leaves as well. The hand stitching just makes the ornaments even more personal and charming.

Where can I shop for fabrics?

I mostly sew with recycled fabrics and rarely shop in fabric stores. Instead, I love visiting thrift shops, where I find fabric scraps, tablecloths, and curtains. I also come across beautiful dresses and shirts that are perfect for small DIY projects like Christmas and Easter decorations.

When I do buy fabric by the meter, I often opt for luxurious silk, which feels amazing to work with. On Etsy, you can also discover exquisite luxury fabrics; I recommend searching for brocade, jacquard, or embroidered fabrics. However, unlike thrifting, this can be a bit more costly.

Designed by Lisbeth Beck Mortensen

Hi, I'm Lisbeth, residing just outside Aarhus, Denmark. I'm a creative soul with a passion for decor and an affinity for vibrant colors in interior design.

Crafting beautiful artworks and helping others unleash their creativity is what drives me. That's why I founded, a place for all like-minded individuals who find joy in crafting amidst a busy world.

Let's embrace the art of creating and take time for the things we love!