Ornaments are one of my favorite things to make! They’re quick and satisfying, often use up scraps from larger projects, and make great gifts. It’s easy to store a bunch of them in a tote, too, so they don’t take up much space! I have a bunch of fresh new prints to use this year, so I thought I’d share the list of fabric Christmas ornaments tutorials that I’m considering as I work on Christmas crafts!
Are you looking for more ornament inspiration? Check out these posts:
- The cutest animal Christmas ornament patterns
- 14+ embroidery hoop ornaments
- 20+ felt Christmas ornaments to sew
- Master list of ornament tutorials & lists
- Christmas stocking stuffers to sew (in addition to any of these!)
I’d love to hear how you work in handmade ornaments for your decor. Is your tree 100% handmade? Mixed in with store bought? Mine is a mix but I want to add more handmade decorations this year!
Pin this list of fabric Christmas ornaments tutorials for later with this link and collage:
Prettiest fabric Christmas ornaments tutorials
Woven fabric star ornament from Mister Domestic – these look SO fancy and complicated but he has a video tutorial so I might give it a go!
Fabric scrap ornament idea here at Swoodson Says – definitely the easiest ornament on here, haha, but I think they look pretty!
Clever folded Christmas tree ornament tutorial from Life After Laundry – super clever construction; I bet these would sell well at a craft fair.
Fabric pennant ornament free pattern here at Swoodson Says – I am going to make one of these with more modern fabric this year, it has been really popular!
Fabric pinecone ornament from Mister Domestic – another one with a video tutorial, this looks so crisp and pretty.
These are a mix of fabric & felt, but uses up the tiniest of scraps! How to make quilted Christmas ornaments here on Swoodson Says.
Simple fabric ornaments from The Real Thing with the Coake Family – super simple, these would be fun to make with kids.
Folded scandinavian star ornament tutorial from Mister Domestic – last video tutorial linked, these are popular online and I want to try one out!
Fabric scrap candy cane ornament tutorial from Cutesy Crafts – simple but creative, these would be fun to hang all over a tree.
Fabric twine ornament tutorial at My Poppet – her fabric twine looks so cool, and these are extra festive!
Simple mod podged fabric ornament idea at Sweet Red Poppy – uncomplicated and quick, I can see a whole craft night group working on these.
Fun acorn ornament pattern by Nadra from Elise & Higgs (I have a ton of her cute quilt patterns in this list of Christmas quilts!) at Diary of a Quilter – these are so cheery and cute, I’d love to see them sewn up in holiday fabric!
Fluffy fabric ornament tutorial at Ginger Casa – super scrappy and fluffy, this would add great texture to a tree.
Fun upcycled denim pocket ornament with fabric applique, tutorial here at Swoodson Says
Simple english paper pieced hexie ornament tutorial from Wild Olive – I’ve been thinking about EPP ornament ideas and these are really cute!
Prairie point star ornament tutorial from Super Mom No Cape – I know this is one of her most popular tutorials and it looks so festive!
Clever letter/initial Christmas ornament tutorial from Alice & Lois; my kids would love these, they are all about their names.
Cool pentagon shape ball stuffed ornament from Jennifer Jangles – a fun twist on a fabric ball ornament, I love how this looks.
Deceptively simple fabric circle ornament at V and Co – simpler than the finished product makes you think, these would be easy to make en masse and give a tree a cohesive look
Gorgeous origami star ornament on U Create Crafts – these are so pretty, I am loving all the folded fabric options out there!
Clever fabric covered styrofoam ball ornament at Everyday Beautiful – really unique and no sew, if you have random styrofoam balls hanging around.
and, sharing 1 that is for sale and not free but SO cute I couldn’t resist:
Fabric bell ornament sewing pattern from Vechernie Posidelki
Did I miss any of your favorite fabric Christmas ornaments tutorials? Leave a comment and I can add them, the more the merrier!!