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A Pair of Pinecone Place Settings

Get festive this holiday season and set your table with a pair of pinecone place settings from The New Image Group. Felt sheets give them a great look and feel. This tutorial is perfect for step by step instructions.


  • Scissors
  • Fabric Glue
  • 19 x 12 White Stick-It Felt Sheet
  • 19 x 12 Cocoa Soft Felt Sheet
  • 2Hen Egg- 2 1/2" (73.5mm)


  1. Cut out from both 9 x 12 White Stick-It Felt Sheet and 9 x 12 Cocoa Soft Felt Sheet:
  2. Cut sheet in half and cut out about 3/4" diameter circles. These are your pinecone shells and look great with freehand cut outs.
  3. Making the Cocoa Pinecone: Place glue on back of circle.

  4. Start at the top of the egg and work your way down. Make sure to overlap each row.

  5. Making the White Pincecone: Remove the adhesive-backing on a circle. Start at the top of the egg and work your way down. Make sure to overlap each row.


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Cute ! Those are felt cone SCALES not shells. Looks like an easy project for the grandkids when they visit. Thanks for directions. P.


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