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Handmade Christmas Tree Ornaments

How to make Christmas star fabric ornaments.

Whether you want a country Christmas decorated tree, or an elegant Victorian one, these easy to sew fabric star tree ornaments will look striking on your tree. The trick is to use pinking shears to cut your fabric and pivot at the corners.

Free Christmas Tree Ornament Sewing Pattern:

How to Make Christmas Star Fabric Ornaments

You will Need:
small scraps of red, cream, and green cotton fabric
ribbon for handle (or use a metal ornament hook)
fiber fill or stuffing
basic sewing needs
How to make Christmas star fabric ornaments.

Find or draw a simple star pattern about 5-6" on computer paper. Cut two stars using pinking shears from pretty Christmas cotton fabric.

Place the stars PRETTY SIDE out, and add a ribbon to the top as shown in the photo.

Pin around the star.

Sew around the star using the pressure foot as your guide.  Stitch at the top first where the ribbon is to hold it in place.

Make sure you pivot at the corners and points.

When you are almost done the star, stuff it very gently using little stuffing.

Learn to sew a star tree ornament.

Stitch up the rest of the star.  Your fabric Christmas star ornament is finished!

Use Christmas calico prints for a Country Christmas tree, and fabrics like satin brocade and metallic for an elegant Victorian formal tree. These handmade Christmas stars make great gift toppers too!




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