A beautiful herringbone of rags. For the production of herringbone we needed: - shreds of cloth about the size of a handkerchief (chintz); - Patterns; - thread, needle; - scissors; - sequins; - filler for toys. Work was carried out together with my daughter. Triangles of 15 pieces were cut from the pieces (the finished triangle consists of two parts, so the triangles will be 30). On the sewing machine they were built up so that there would be a hole on one side. Cut corners. Turned out through the hole that we left and spread out the corners. Filled with a filler for toys and carefully sewn a hole on the triangles. A fabric pot was cut from the fabric. They stripped, filled and sewn a hole. Now from these plump geometric figures we collect a Christmas tree. There are 5 rows in the Christmas tree. The bottom row - 5 triangles, then - 4, then - 3, then - 2 and 1. We connect the ends of the triangles to each other with a needle and thread and sew sequins. After the tree is collected we attach a pot to it. And everything is ready. Such a Christmas tree will be a beautiful decoration of the wall of the house, at work or just a gift.