A Forest of Felt
Whip up some of these whimsical felt trees for a whole forest of winter woodland magic. Add these snow-topped stuffies to your holiday tree or set them up as a whimsical winter scene with a few of our felt gnomes and some felt snowballs. Simply gather the tools and materials below and craft along with our photo tutorial. If using your Cricut Maker, download our SVG patterns. Alternatively, if cutting by hand, download the PDF version.
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Juniper, Evergreen, Pine, White
- Embroidery Floss – Dark Green (890), Dark Hunter Green (3345), Avocado Green (469), Snow White (3865)
- Stuffy Puff X 2
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Sew the side of the felt base, then sew the circle to the bottom. Leave a small opening.
- Fill your tree with poly-fil, then sew it shut.
- Sew the sides of the top layers.
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Hi there! I am wondering which tree size the SVG file represents? Thank you 🙂
It looks like the file was missing the two smaller trees, so I have updated the SVG. You can refer to the PDF template to know which piece goes to which tree.
Hi Lia. Do you have the measurements for the three trees? I need to decide which one to put in the middle of the mobile depending on size. Thanks!
The tallest is about 5.5 inches. You can look at the PDF and measure them there. Share photos! It sounds adorable.
Hi, I was trying to download the PDF template for the trees and the file comes up blank except the last page. I have not had any issues with other files so I was wondering if this file has an error? Thanks!
Hi Holly! The PDF looks OK on our end– are you downloading it to your computer, or viewing it in a web browser? If viewing in a web browser it may not show properly. Send an email to email@example.com with a screenshot and we can try to help you further!
Thank you! I had to download it to view it. Appreciate the quick response!
You’re so welcome, glad that worked!
I am only seeing one page titled ” Tree 3″ that was downloaded on svg file. Where are the other trees?? I’m having no luck today downloading projects in svg mode
There is only 1 tree in the SVG file to allow for customization of the sizes and number you’d like to create 🙂
I printed the template for these trees. There are three patterns for everything except the number two layer. It prints out as only one of these. I may be missing something but I hate to start if the pattern is incomplete. I think I will wait to hear from you.
Hi Pam, the large tree pattern has 5 pieces (and there are 4 pages to that pattern), and the small and medium trees have 4 pieces (2 pages for each pattern). The bottom right hand of each page tells you what size tree that page of the pattern goes to.
I love that thin peacock blue velvet ribbon you have in the photos. Do you have a source where we can purchase that?
Isn’t that lovely? We picked it up at our local fabric store, but you might be able to find it online. It’s May Arts 3/8″ velvet ribbon (https://www.mayarts.com/ribbons/3-8-inch-velvet-woven-ribbon/), item/color number PV-1-96.