Make Charming Tree Ornaments from Scraps

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They’ll be Great in Your Favorite Colors!

These cute little tree ornaments are simple to make and will be charming in your favorite Christmas fabrics. Hang them from the tree, string several on a line under the fireplace mantel and stuff them into stockings or include them with baked goods for pretty little gifts.

Pull out scraps of your favorite fabrics and enjoy how quickly they go together. Cut the tree shapes, sew right sides together, turn, stuff and finish them off with ties and bows.

Christmas Tree Ornaments Tutorial

The designer, Nadra Ridgeway from Ellis & Higgs, did not specify the finished size but they appear to be about 4 3/4″ tall.

Christmas Tree Ornaments Tutorial

Click here for the free “Christmas Tree Ornament” tutorial.

Please note that the instructions are written in German but English translations appear in italics beneath the German in each section.

You’ll also need the tree pattern PDF, which you’ll find here.


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