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Embroidered Pennant Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Embroidered Pennant Christmas Ornament Tutorial

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Sew an easy embroidered Christmas ornament, in the shape of a modern pennant! Fabric paint and freezer paper makes this stencil easy, and it looks fresh and modern.

I have a fun embroidered Christmas ornament tutorial to share! If there is one emotion I want my kids to experience around the holidays, it is joy! This ornament will serve as a good visual reminder for that goal, instead of succumbing to exasperation when the lights won’t untangle and the kids knock over the tree.

If you need more Christmas craft inspiration, check out these posts!:

Here it is hanging, my kids loved helping hunt down a twig to serve as the hanger after watching me embroider it. You can make one of these in a weekend, only because you need to let the paint dry before you start stitching. It would be easy to switch up the style with different colors or fabric choices! What other words would you put on a pennant ornament?

Pin this free ornament sewing pattern for later, using this image and link:

Make a simple DIY Christmas ornament with this free tutorial and pattern! Festive and fun, download the free sewing pattern and get crafty. #christmas #crafts #christmasinjuly #christmascrafts #diyornament

 

Handmade Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Supplies

 

Steps

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1- Cut two main pennant shapes out of the cotton fabric – use the iron and press down the top “hem” based off of the pattern’s dashed line.

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2-Print the template and trace/cut the stencil out with freezer paper – if you aren’t familiar with the material or technique, check out this post explaining it! Iron it down and paint with fabric paint in the bare space. Let dry and peel off the paper.

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3-Let the fabric paint dry and use a simple back stitch to outline the letters.

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4- Sew the two main body pieces together, wrong sides together. Sew a line straight across, approximately 1.25″ down from the top. This will create a channel for the dowel/stick to pass through.

Push your stick through the channel, break off ends if desired, and tie the ribbon ends to each end of the stick. You’re done with the Christmas ornament tutorial! If you’re looking for more handmade ornament tutorials, you might like my felt ice skate ornament, fabric scrap ornament, or felt reindeer ornament.

Check out all the ornament tutorials shared in the hop by clicking through below!

Here are all 31 Bloggers in order of their appearance:

Day 1 – Pet Scribbles (teal pinecone) | Day 2 – Yesterday on Tuesday (glittery popsicle stick snowflake)
Day 3 – Cupcakes and Crinoline (pom pom diorama)| Day 4 – An Extraordinary Day (birch and pinecones)
Day 5 – Celebrating Everyday Life (boughs in a jar)| Day 6 – Hunt and Host (time capsule)
Day 7 – Love of Home (diffuser clothespin) | Day 8 – Celebrate Creativity (embroidered elf)
Day 9 – Petticoat Junktion (silver bells)| Day 10 – What Meegan Makes (monogram)
Day 11 – Atta Girl Says (bingo cards)| Day 12 – Sweet Pea (sparkling snowflake)
Day 13 – Exquisitely Unremarkable (sock angel)| Day 14 – Imparting Grace (recipe card)
Day 15 – In My Own Style (brown paper star)| Day 16 – 504 Main by Holly Lefevre (deer head)
Day 17 – Inspiration for Moms (amaryllis) |
Day 19 – I Should Be Mopping the Floor (jute embroidery)
Day 20 – My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia (grapevine wreath)| Day 21 – Hearth and Vine (kissing ball)
Day 22 – Shabby Art Boutique (vintage angel) | Day 23 – Remodelando la Casa (wooden tags)
Day 24 – Domestically Speaking (wood slices)| Day 25 – Swoodson Says  (here!)
Day 26 – Stone Gable (pinecone star) | Day 27 – My Creative Days (embroidery hoop)
Day 28 – The Crafting Nook (flocked pinecones)| Day 29 – Knick of Time (farm buckets)
Day 30 – Lovely Etc. (farmhouse)| Day 31 – Live Laugh Rowe (button tree)

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jassica

Sunday 15th of August 2021

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Tuesday 1st of December 2020

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rena

Wednesday 24th of July 2019

Here it is hanging, my kids loved helping hunt down a twig to serve as the hanger after watching me embroider it. You can make one of these in a weekend, only because you need to let the paint dry before you start stitching. It would be easy to switch up the style with different colors or fabric choices! What other words would you put on a pennant ornament?

Erlene

Saturday 16th of December 2017

I love these mini pennant ornaments. Will have to remember this one so I can make a few. Pinned.

Mother of 3

Saturday 18th of November 2017

Love the plaid. Another fun ornament.

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