Christmas gingerbread handmade playing sewing

Cookies for Santa {Wild Olive fabric cookies}

fabric gingerbread cookies for kids to play with

You know how much I love anything gingerbread so I’m warning you that I have a few more posts planned over the next few weeks. Last year I bought some gorgeous fabric from Spoonflower. I’ve mentioned Spoonflower before, it’s a great place to discover fabric, wall paper and gift wrap.

I knew that my children weren’t going to be short of toys last year but I couldn’t resist making them a plate of pretend cookies for their play kitchen.

Wild Olive fabric cookies {Cookies for Santa Ornament Panel}

I’m made a few Wild Olive patterns before so when Mollie mentioned she had designed a fun fabric cookies panel I knew I had to buy it.

Cookies for Santa Ornament Panel

The fabric panel featured several cute gingerbread cookies so you can Stitch up some Cookies for Santa! I cut around each cookie then pinned the right sides together and stitched around them on my machine (leaving a small gap).

Wild Olive Cookies for Santa Ornament Panel

I turned them out, added some batting and hand stitched them closed. A few of the cookies I stitched around each print from the front – I like both ways! There was enough to make two cookies of each style.

Wild Olive Cookies for Santa Ornament Panel

I love anything with a face and this was a super quick festive make. I’m hoping I can fit in a few more before Christmas.


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    November 14, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    These fabric cookies are adorable! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Telina | Love, Telina

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    November 14, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    These are super cute and such a great idea. They look easy to make too.

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