Tips and Ideas

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How can you create wow-factor under the Christmas tree? Check out these snazzy ways to wrap presents using our gorgeous range of textiles. Fabric is a smart choice for the environment, because you can use it over and over again.

Below, you'll find step-by-step instructions for wrapping a box, a ball, two candles, a single candle, and a tray. And some great ideas for re-using the fabric once Christmas is a wrap.

Double-knot box wrap

Best fabric to use: Heavy cotton
Ideas for re-using the fabric: Napkins; quilt squares


Two-candle wrap

Best fabric to use: Medium-lightweight cotton or linen
Ideas for re-using the fabric: Decorative patches on clothes; jam-jar covers


Rabbit ball wrap

Best fabric to use: Lightweight cotton
Ideas for re-using the fabric: Make a pincushion; make fabric bunting


Candle carry wrap

Best fabric to use: Medium-lightweight cotton
Ideas for re-using the fabric: Cushion cover; fabric ribbons


Double-knot tray wrap

Best fabric to use: Lightweight cotton or a silk scarf
Ideas for re-using the fabric: A scarf; an apron


LIAMARIA
Fabric, white, green/red
£ 6.00 / metre
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SY
Pinking shears

£ 7.00
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TRENDIG 2013
Fabric, assorted patterns
£ 15.00
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MJUKNÄVA
Decorative patches, assorted colours
£ 3.50 / 5 pack
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TRÅDKLÖVER
Fabric, hearts, assorted colours
£ 7.00 / metre
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VÅKERKULLA
Fabric, black/white

£ 5.00 / metre
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BERIT
Fabric, beige, blue/red

£ 7.00 / metre
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ÄNGSRUTA
Fabric, white/blue

£ 4.00 / metre
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