Dress Your Tree with Patchwork Christmas Decorations

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A Candy Cane Stripe Border Adds Sparkle to These Mini Quilts!

If you’re looking for a quick holiday quilting project, we think you’ll love these little quilted ornaments. They’re so easy that you can quickly make several for yourself and for gifts.

Have fun going through your scraps and pulling out cheery fabrics for this project. We love the happy look provided by the candy cane stripe fabric binding and medium scale prints used in the ornament made by designer Messy Jesse. However, these patchwork ornaments will be lovely with whatever fabrics you choose.

Patchwork Christmas Decoration

The finished ornaments are about 4.5″ in height and width. They’ll look fabulous on a medium to large Christmas tree. Or, hang several together in a grouping on a wall. You could even sew several stars together and make a small wall quilt.

Patchwork Christmas Decoration

The piecing is simple and won’t take long at all. Sewing together several of these little quilts will be a breeze!

Note that the tutorial refers to “wadding”. That’s the British term for quilt batting.

Get the free tutorial for the “Patchwork Christmas Decoration” here.

NOTE: The original tutorial disappeared from but was found in Internet archives. If the link above does not work, click here to open a screenshot of the tutorial, then click that image to enlarge it for reading.




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