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Shining Star Christmas Ornament

Shining Star Christmas Ornament Want to make Christmas ornaments for your tree this year? No problem. This Shining Star Christmas Ornament is so basic and elegant. All you need to do is stitch five diamond shapes together, and you have a quick and easy ornament in under an hour. The brightness of this yellow star ornament will look great with any lights on your tree. The wonderful thing about felt or quilted ornaments is that they're child friendly. If your baby or toddler wanders up to the tree, you don't have to worry about glass breaking. If you're a new grandma, make this beautiful ornament for your daughter or daughter in law. We promise that they'll love it.


Home for Christmas Ornament

Home for Christmas Ornament If you adore the quaint style of house quilt blocks, you'll love this cute idea for a do-it-yourself Christmas ornament that looks like a cozy little home. Not only is this pattern for the Home for Christmas Ornament super easy to make out of scrap quilt fabric, it is also a fun way to get your kids involved for decorating for Christmas! A child could easily cut the basic fabric shapes needed to make this house while you pieced the shapes together. Your family's Christmas tree will look so lovely when you make a whole town full of this adorable Christmas house.


Modern Patchwork Christmas Tree Ornament

Modern Patchwork Christmas Tree Ornament Use this quilt ornament pattern to make ornaments as gifts for friends or as decorations for your own Christmas tree. Modern Patchwork Christmas Tree Ornaments have a minimalist appeal that makes piecing and quilting easy. Use leftover novelty or Christmas-themed scraps to make these festive DIY Christmas ornaments. The simple triangle shape makes these ornaments so simple to create for the holiday season. If you want, you can leave the raw edge exposed for an even easier quilt project. Put batting or stuffing in the center if you want a thicker ornament. The possibilities are endless.


Frosty the Snowman Ornament

Frosty the Snowman Ornament Do you want to know the secret of how to make homemade Christmas ornaments? Look no further. This Frosty the Snowman Ornament is super simple and cute. Use quilt batting to make the basic snowman shape, and then stitch two layers of the batting together. It's that easy. If you have young ones in the house, they can play with the ornament. Fabric ornaments are safe for kids, unlike glass ornaments. We love the red scarf that Frosty is wearing in this quilt pattern, but you can adjust to use any color that you like. Get creative and have fun with this awesome free quilt project.


Scrappy Christmas Tree Ornaments

Scrappy Christmas Tree Ornaments Making quilted ornaments with scraps of Christmas quilting fabric is easy and adorable! These Scrappy Christmas Tree Ornaments are made with just a few pieces of fabric sewn to a square of felt and cut in the shape of an evergreen.


Folded Fabric Star Ornament

Folded Fabric Star Ornament Show your love of patchwork patterns by making quilted ornaments that look like quilt patterns but don't require any sewing! Folded Fabric Star Ornaments are made by overlapping pieces of folded fabric in intricate patterns on a styrofoam ball and securing them with pins.


Quilt Christmas Ornaments! 17 Projects to Hang on Your Tree

Quilt Christmas Ornaments 17 Projects to Hang on Your Tree If you think you can't use your quilting skills to craft Christmas ornaments, think again. Quilt Christmas Ornaments! 17 Projects to Hang on Your Tree is a collection of easy ornament tutorials that combine applique, patchwork, and quilting to make adorable fabric Christmas ornaments that you'll be proud to hang on your tree. Quilted Christmas ornaments are a great way to use up holiday fabric scraps, and they make creative gifts for friends and neighbors too.


Starry Christmas Ball Ornament

Starry Christmas Ball Ornament Deck the halls with some quilt-inspired cheer with a Starry Christmas Ball Ornament. Learn how to make Christmas ornaments out of just a few pieces of your most festive fabric and some other crafting essentials. Quilted Christmas decorations are great alternatives to store-bought items because there's no chance of dangerous materials being broken and they'll last for a long time. Sit down with the family for a fun afternoon and make Christmas ornaments of your very own.


Simply Charming Christmas Ornaments

Simply Charming Christmas Ornaments Pick out the cutest fabric you've got and make a whole set of Simply Charming Christmas Ornaments for your tree. These felt Christmas ornaments are made with common materials for quilt patterns that you may already have around the house. The tutorial is easy to follow, which means you can make any kind of simple Christmas quilt patterns for your tree. They also make chic little decorations for Christmas presents, which means you don't have to spend extra on throwaway ribbon.


Chic Chevron Christmas Ornament

Chic Chevron Christmas Ornament Make a Chic Chevron Christmas Ornament for your tree. If you want to make easy Christmas ornaments, then whip up a few of these chevron ornaments. These DIY flower ornaments are absolutely adorable and will add flair to any size Christmas tree. The button at the center is incredibly precious, and we recommend that you use red or green buttons to get into the Christmas spirit. The wonderful thing about the chevron pattern is that it instantly adds texture to any quilting project. Your tree will look so full with just a few of these ornaments. Plus, fabric ornaments are child friendly, which is always a bonus.


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