J&O Holiday Splendor Room Decor

I remember holidays full of turkey, stuffing and apple pie. Generations around the table partaking in good food, tasty sweets and infectious laughter.  Handmade napkins printed in holly dressed grandmama’s table that was draped in green poly crepe. In the room surrounding us,  lights bounced off inanimate objects casting golden shadows on beige striped and cran-apple suede cushioned wing chairs while tie-backs in holiday splendor dangled on vanilla drapes.  Assorted prints and textures added warmth and richness. And under the tree, Christmas gifts wrapped in traditional furoshiki styled fabrics of red tissue lame and festive plaid check.

Holiday Gift Wrapping the Furoshiki Way.


With Thanksgiving and Christmas quickly approaching, the push for a more sustainable way of living trending in the news, and many gift-givers having to budget their money, however folks can reduce their costs and carbon footprints during the holiday season is information well used. One of the easiest and most affordable ways to reduce both in a creative way is by incorporating a little furoskiki into the mix. A great alternative to wrapping with store bought gift wrap, this traditional Japanese method of wrapping gifts throughout the year is one that even children can share in.

Give the Gift of Fabric Holiday Stockings!

There is an unlimited amount of ways to create festive fabric holiday stockings! These scrappy and well-loved looking versions caught our eye; they just have that heirloom appeal that can be passed down throughout the generations. Choose from our selection of holiday fabrics here and get inspired to make your own versions!

Fabric Holiday Stockings

You will need:
• A variety of mix-and-match holiday fabrics and plain fabrics to blend in with. Measure 17” x 6” for this particular pattern
• Lining (1 fat quarter per stocking)
• Backing (1 fat quarter per stocking)
• Batting

Festive Fabric Bulletin Board for the Holidays

Rather than leave piles upon piles of lists and to-dos scattered across every available surface of your home this holiday season, craft this festive fabric bulletin board! This is a simple and attractive way to keep track of the goings-on this season. Check out the following categories for a great selection of holiday fabric: Christmas fabricHanukkah fabric and Religious Holiday Fabric.

Fabric Bulletin Board

This fabric bulletin will get you through the holidays in organized ease!

You will need:

  • A decorative frame or a cork board base (any size you please)
  • Festive holiday fabric from your friends at J&O Fabrics 😉

Quilted Fabric Tree Ornament Craft

We love this quilted fabric tree ornament craft from Jody at Everyday Beautiful. You can create your own unique version with holiday fabrics from our online store and be ready for the holidays in a flash! Pro-tip: Stock up with an arsenal of fabrics to work your way through this season with ease and style!

Fabric tree ornament

(Photos by Jody at Everyday Beautiful, a busy mom and fellow crafter)

You will need:

  • Several coordinating fabrics (see photos for an idea on how many you would like to contrast)
  • A dozen foam balls in any size (this figure depends on how many ornaments you are making)

Deck the Halls with a Fabric Ball Tree Ornament

With the holiday season looming just around the corner, it is time to get started on this year’s arsenal of décor! These fabric ornaments by Lazy Girl Designs will add a personal touch to the tree and also make thoughtful gift ideas for friends and family. Begin by browsing our selection of holiday fabrics and prepare to be amazed at how promptly they end up at your soon-to-be decked out doorstep!

Fabric tree ornament

Photo by Lazy Girl Designs.

You will need:
• A few different fabrics to add interest. Mix and match patterns and just go nuts with it, the end product will be amazing!
• Scissors
• Sewing machine
• Fusible web

Festive Holiday Fabric Garland

The holidays are busy enough with shopping and stressing, so here is a craft that will brighten up your home without taking up too much of your time! This festive holiday fabric garland uses a great fusing technique that forms a double-sided sturdy garland that will not fall apart at the edges. Begin by selecting your holiday fabric in our online fabric store and get started! (It will arrive on your doorstep freaky fast). See some recommended festive fabrics from J&O at bottom of post!

Holiday fabric garland

We love this design, photo and garland by Lazy Girl Designs

No Sew Décor–Table Runner

Jazzing up the dining room has never been easier, just choose your favorite new fabrics and make some eye-catching table runners! With the simplicity level of this project, you can easily make a runner for each holiday, season or mood! Pro-tip: These make a great gift idea! Find more holiday craft inspiration here.

Transform that table with color, shape and texture!

You will need:
• A yard or two of your favorite J&O fabrics
• Pinking sheers
• Ruler
• Hot glue
• Decorative buttons, fabric flowers and ribbon for embellishments

Pre-Holiday Giftcard Special

J&O Holiday Gift Card Special

Every year around the holidays those who run J&O get a little punch drunk with love for their customers. This year, to show just how much we appreciate your business, we are running a gift card special ending December 25. If you buy one $50 gift card you receive another $10 gift card for free. Similarly, if you buy one $100 gift card, you get another $20 gift card for free. Click on the cards below to go to the offer!


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Novelty Fabric for Your Holiday Projects: Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah From J&O Fabric!

Hanukkah is more than just a religious holiday, it is a celebration of tradition, culture, and family. Every year, my parents and I make something to bring to my grandparents’ house for the holidays. We are a very creative family, and one of the things that we like to use most to craft with is fabric! These are J&O’s top three favorite Hanukkah themed fabrics that can be used for your craft project this season.

#1:  Gold Star of David Fabric