Felt Christmas Ornament Tutorial

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Your family and friends will love these vintage inspired felt ornaments. This is a great holiday craft project to make with left over felt scraps and trim. You can sew them by hand, sewing machine or the younger ones could even glue them together. Finish them up by adding some ric-rac, trim or felt shapes.



Materials RequiredCraft feltRibbon, ric-rac
Craft glue

Needle/Thread
Polyfill stuffing
Pins
Leave a comment and email address to qualify for the free giveaway of the ornaments pictured. The 2 page PDF tutorial contains the pattern, complete instructions and photos with finished examples.
Please make these ornaments for family and friends. They are not meant to be sold. Merry Christmas!

Download Christmas Ornament Pattern with Instructions.

47 comments:

  1. These are great! I love how they resemble old fashioned glass ornaments. What fun! :)

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  2. Fantastic! I showed this to a co-worker and we are going to make them as a staff to decorate our office!

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  3. These are super beautiful! Thanks for the pattern!

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  4. How cute are they! I love the pink one :D

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  5. easy for my class of grade 3 children to hand sew, thank you.
    %*_*% rosey

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  6. As always your sutff is wonderful! I always look forward to see what you are making! Love these ornies!

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  7. These are great. Thanks for sharing your tutorial.
    Carla

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  8. I love these and will adapt the colors to go on my new white tree!

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  9. Gorgeous! I can't wait to make these for my baby girl's first Christmas.

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  10. They are adorable! Thank you for the tutorial!

    leighforpres @ hotmail . com

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  11. So cute!! I posted a link to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-felt-christmas-ornaments/2009/11/16/

    --Anne

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  12. Love ornaments. Thanks very much for the tutorial!

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  13. So cute and creative, love them!

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  14. Aww, these are fantastic! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

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  15. I love the colours and overall effect of these ornaments. Thanks!

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  16. Thanks for sharing your pattern. I have put a link to you on my freebies blog...Khris

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  17. thanks for this pattern! these are very cute!

    jennacole13 -at- g mail -dot- com

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  18. These have inspired me to make a garland out of felt ornaments. I will send you the link when I post them.

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  19. These are really great. I am gonna make them with my girlfriends next time we get together. Home made Christmas ornaments are always more special.

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  20. These ornaments are wonderful. Thank you for them. I will try them soon.

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  21. very beautiful! something very special.

    thanks.

    i set a link on my blog. i hope you'll agree.

    many greetings, doro.

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  22. Gorgeous!!!Thanks for the tutorial, Love from
    Angela

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  23. Beautiful! Thanks for the pattern, can't wait to make them :) I'm thinking present tags! *Trina*

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  24. Thank you all for your comments. I have chosen a winner for the ornament giveaway. Please remember to leave your email to qualify for the next giveaway.

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  25. SO cute! They would look great on my tree!

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  26. I love this pattern, it inspired me. http://thatwasseweasy.blogspot.com/2009/12/advent-calendar-idea.html

    Thank you!

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  27. This is so much fun! Thanks for sharing ;)

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  28. Very cute! I've featured these in a holiday decorations tutorial roundup on my blog, The Handmade Experiment. http://wp.me/pkcUM-pE

    Thanks!
    Emily

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  29. I love these, so adorable! Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Thanks so much - I am off to whip up a couple of last minute gifts using this template right now.

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  31. These are just as quick and easy as possible. I have linked on my blog - Hope thats Ok !

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  32. Thank you so much for sharing this. These are are so cute. Last minute whip up.

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  33. Oh my goodness- another give away! I'm in love with your blog- but i guess it pays off because now I've decided I must have a Holiday display of your amazing toys!
    Thank you!

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  34. Great fun. Nice to see simple stuff in this age of computers!

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  35. Thanks so much - I am off to whip up a couple of last minute gifts using this template right now.

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  36. I just love your blog. I like to make things out of felt, also, so it was fun to look through your blog.

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  37. My friend suggested me to visit your blog. Very well explained. I would like to say that it is very interesting to read your blog.

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  38. so glad I've found your blog! I was blogwalking looking for ideas for handmade christmas ornament (i want to start early this year) and yours are so lovely. I hope you dont mind I post a link of your blog in my blog. thanks!

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  39. I am writing to request permission to reprint this adorable project on Craftown.com. We would of course respect your copyright and give you full credit and will happily link back to your blog as well. Please let me know if this is acceptable. Thanks!

    Amanda Formaro
    Chief Editor - Craftown.com
    http://craftown.com

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  40. A nice project for Miss Two and I! THank you

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  41. These handmade ornaments look fantastic, and what a great project for the kids!

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  42. Gorgeous ornaments can't wait to try the pattern. Going for felt this week to get started, lol

    Glenys

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  43. Hi! I wanted to share with you that I featured your lovely tutorial with my blog readers for the Handmade Christmas that I'm proposing to them :)

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  44. You manage to make felt look very chic :-)

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  45. These are lovely - thanks for the tutorial :O)

    I am going to make some of these as christmas presents for my cat to put in her stocking. I'm going to fill them with catnip and await the mischief! ;OP

    I have also added a link to this tutorial on my blog http://gemma-day.blogspot.com/ so thank you

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  46. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful pattern and tutorial. I loved it so much, that I shared it with my readers on www.freefeltpatterns.com :)

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