Patchwork Star Ornaments Are Quick and Easy

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These Will be Wonderful in Many Color Combinations!

These patchwork star ornaments are easy to make and super charming. Depending on how large you make them, they can be hung on a tree or just about anywhere around the home. They will also be lovely attached to wrapped gifts, stuffed into stockings and wrapped up as gifts.

Choose a variety of fabrics to work with in coordinating colors. Make each star different or make them all the same. We can easily imagine them made in just about any fabric style and color combination, giving them many different looks. Pretty buttons add a nice decorative touch.

The following video by Crouton Crackerjacks shows you exactly how to make your own.


Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

You’ll need a template for the star shape. While the template used in the video is no longer available, Heidi from Pollywoggles created a tutorial for a very similar star ornament. Patchwork Stars for Christmas Tutorial

She provides two templates. The large star is about 7″ across and the small star is about 5″. You can reduce either size by printing at smaller than 100%.

Click here for the “Patchwork Stars for Christmas” tutorial and templates.

Any star shape will work. Check on Google for a template of the size you want.


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