The sugary existence of gingerbread houses can be traced all the way back to 16th century Germany. Over the years, these candy adorned, edible cookie houses have become associated with Christmas tradition. Our new 3D Gingerbread House Collection will allow you to create your very own, however, this one will require a different list of ingredients!
Pour a glass of egg nog, but don’t preheat the oven because this 3D Gingerbread House requires no baking at all! We incorporated our traditional quilting technique into this project using festive fabrics and colors block-by-block. This holiday project will sweeten up your sewing skills, too!
Follow this tutorial’s step-by-step instructions down the gum drop path to a delicious 3D Gingerbread House. The finished project can be used during holiday seasons to come as your family celebrates the most wonderful time of the year!
Hoop sizes 5” x 7” to 9.5” x 14”
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