SEW Many Christmas Ornaments

Handmade Holidays Decorates the Tree

Sew Mama Sew continues the Handmade Holiday frenzy.  Today is Day 9 – Ornaments!!!  Scoot on over there for some holiday ornament ideas.  I especially LOVE Sunshine’s Embroidered Felt Heart ornament…wow!

Additional Ornament Tutorials


Hancock’s Dancing Divas


Hancock’s Jingle Bell Elves


Debbie Mumm’s Fabric Ornaments from Joann’s

silk_tree_decorations’s Silk Christmas Tree Ornaments


HGTV’s Felt Cookie Cutter Ornaments


Martha Stewart’s Fabric Balls


Wildly Wonderful Wearables’ Awareness Ribbon Ornament

feltornaments’s Felt Ornaments


The Mountain Laurel’s Lazy Cat Ornament


Craft Ideas’ Fabric Star


Ana Araugo’s Flower Fairies on HGTV


Martha Stewart’s 3D Ornaments

ribbon ornaments

Helen Gibbs’ Ribbon Ornaments on HGTV


Wildly Wonderful Wearables’ Baby Ornaments


Joann’s Christmas Gift Cone Ornaments


McCall’s Fabric Ornaments


Country Stitcher’s Ornaments


Rebekah Meier’s Vintage Fabric Ornaments


Martha Stewart’s Mini Stockings


Joann’s Fabric Ornaments


BHG’s Nosegay Ornament


Christine Bertucci’s Woven Ribbon Ornaments


BHG’s Candy Ribbon Ornament


Sew News’ Embroidered Christmas Ornaments


BHG’s Appliqued Heart Ornaments


Craft Elf’s Snowmen


HGTV’s Organza Ornament Balls

heirloom_fantasy_all’s Heirloom Ornaments


BHG’s Ice Skate Ornaments


Scandinavian Felt Ornaments on HGTV


BHG’s Cardinal Ornament

cookiecutterornaments’s Cookie Cutter Ornaments


Martha Stewart’s Star Ornaments


BHG’s Felt Mitten Ornaments

feltmitten’s Felt Mitten Ornaments

gift-ornament’s Fabric Present Ornament


Wildly Wonderful Wearables’ Dog and Cat Ornaments

Make this in miniature and add a ribbon to hang:


Yvonne Porcella’s Silk Rose Heart on HGTV

Other Christmas Ideas


Joann’s Fabric Christmas Trees

All Sort’s made this beautiful Thread and Fabric Swatch Christmas Tree last year.  It is by far on of my favorites!  How clever!  I can’t wait to make one for my sewing room this year:


All Sorts’ Christmas Thread Tree

Homemade Holiday Recap


Sew Mama Sew – Day 1 – Aprons

Additional Apron Tutorials


Sew Mama Sew – Day 2 – Pincushions and Pins

Additional Pincushion Tutorials

For the Home

Sew Mama Sew – Day 3 – For the Home

Additional Sewing for the Home Tutorials

Lunch Bags

Sew Mama Sew – Day 4 – Lunch Bags

Additional Lunch Bag Tutorials

Tote Bags

Sew Mama Sew – Day 5 – Totes

Additional Tote Tutorials

Blankets for Baby

Sew Mama Sew – Day 6 – Blankets for Baby

Additional Baby Blanket Tutorials

For Your Purse or Pocket

Sew Mama Sew – Day 7 – For Your Purse or Pocket

Additional Tutorials


Sew Mama Sew – Day 8 – Whimsy

Additional Whimsy Tutorials

Want to See What Everyone Else Did?

Handmade Holiday PHOTOS on Flickr

Tomorrow is “Ties and Belts” on Sew Mama Sew’s Homemade Holidays.  Can’t wait to see what they come up with!

I have the whole weekend free for sewing!  Yippee!  And boy, do I have some holiday inspiration to get me started!  Happy Sewing!



  1. Thanks Lisa! I found some

  2. Thanks Lisa! I found some felt in a nice dark red, off-white, and gingerbread brown to make Scandinavian ornaments, and I appreciate the inspiration!

    And I am sorry for my ineptitude at comments… I guess I got all excited and hit the submit button too soon!

  3. Lisa…thanks so much for finding all these patterns for ornaments! I want to try the silk Christmas trees as well as some of the felt ornaments. I have lots of wool felt here just waiting to be used.

    I just love all the blogging. I don’t post much but spend a lot of time reading blogs. LOL!

  4. LOL Cathe! I, too, love the Scandanavian ornaments!

    Hey my Sweet Lynn! oh…you know how much I drool at the mention of silk! BTW, I was at Joann’s last night and spotted some wool felt priced at $15/yd…I had to stop myself as I’ve bought way more fabric then I should have this month…KWIM?

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    With friendship,

  5. I’m looking for felt christmas ornament patterns from the 1970s – they were originally in a Family Circle magazine or Woman’s Day magazine. They are very detailed – a ballerina, nurse, soldier, snowman, pirate, etc. Do you know how I could find these?

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  8. Help…I’m obsessed with finding a craft book from the 70’s and I can’t remember the title. It was strictly felt christmas decorations and it included patterns for 12 days of christmas ornaments, a milk carton santa train, a poisetta wreath and mice. Help.

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  17. Thank you so much for this site. I have been looking for inspiration and I found a ton of it here.
    May you and yours have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    Thanks again,


  18. Do you still have the Hancock’s Jingle Bell Elves pattern? Thanks, Kim

  19. Sorry Kim…seems it’s from 2007 and no longer available. I searched the web, but couldn’t find anything!

    With friendship,

  20. Is there a pattern for the Dancing Diva ornaments pictured above?

  21. seems Hancock discontinued the pattern link! Sorry!

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