The Christmas season always seems to arrive sooner than we expect it. This year we’ll be prepared for decorating and gift giving with these lovely fabric ornaments.
Put your favorite fabrics and scraps to good use with these tutorials. Each ornament goes together quickly and will look festive on your tree. Sewing is kept to a minimum, with most created with folded fabric (origami).
Make several for hostess gifts and unexpected last-minute giving. They’d also look great as decorative touches on wrapped gifts.
It’s easy to change the look depending on the fabrics you choose. Your imagination is the limit!
These lovely ornaments are so quick to make. A little bit of sewing and some creative folding is all it takes. Have fun choosing buttons for the centers!
The video below from Crouton Crackerjacks shows you exactly how to make them.
Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.
If you prefer written instructions, you’ll find them at the link below. You’ll also find some nice color and fabric variations as well.
This ornament requires some hand sewing but still goes together quickly. It would be a great project for cool evenings in front of the TV. Or, tuck one into your bag to work on while waiting for appointments and such.
We love the creative color options that Sew, Love, Live shows with the tutorial. This one is made with a thin gold lame fabric.
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