6 Quilted Christmas Ornament Patterns to Stitch Up This Season

‘Tis the season for stitching up some quilted Christmas ornaments to adorn your tree or to give as handmade gifts to friends and family. Simply gather up some scrap fabrics and decorative ribbons and use these simple-to-sew Christmas ornament quilting and sewing patterns to make handmade holiday decor that’s sure to be enjoyed year after year!

You might also enjoy our roundup of quilted Christmas stocking and tree skirt patterns.

Quilted Ornament - Pine Cone Photo via Craftsy member ornamentgirl

Quilted pine cone ornaments

The pattern for these lovely quilted pine cones utilizes a neat folded fabric technique and includes a bonus tutorial on how to make a ribbon bow and hanger. A 3″ Styrofoam ball is required to make these quilted pine cones.

Get the Quilted Pine Cone Ornament pattern.

Christmas Ball Ornament - Pattern on Craftsy Photo via Craftsy member Cosmic Girl

Christmas ball ornaments

Craftsy member Cosmic Girl designed this fun pattern for a simple Christmas ball, which also requires a Styrofoam ball center. The pattern features step-by-step instructions and photos detailing how this quilted Christmas ornament comes together. While the Christmas ball has the look of a quilted piece, the pattern actually involves no sewing.

Get the Quilted Christmas Ball Ornaments pattern.

Sewing Pattern: 9-Patch Christmas Ornament Photo via A Quilting Life

Simple 9-patch ornaments

Simple 9-patch ornaments can be put together in no time, and you can use any type of Christmas fabrics and fabric scraps to stitch them up.

Here’s how to do it:

Step 1:

Make mini 9-patch blocks using nine 1 ½” squares. Your finished 9-patch will measure 3 ½” x 3 ½”. Quilt, if desired.

Step 2:

Use a piece of backing fabric measuring the same as your ornament front and sew the front to the back right sides together, leaving a small opening for turning.

Step 3:

Fill your ornament with a small amount of  polyester stuffing and then insert a hanging cord or ribbon in the opening.

Step 4:

Stitch the opening shut and then hand-stitch a bow to the bottom of the cord, covering your stitching lines.

Retro Fabric Houses Photo via A Quilting Life

Retro house ornaments

These adorable stitched house ornaments are a lot of fun to make. Experiment with different fabrics for the roof, door and window! These ornaments are also stuffed and have simple ribbon hangers. Learn how to make these with Retro Mama‘s Fabric House Ornament Tutorial.

Sewn Stuffed Pinecone Ornament Photo via Joanna Figueroa

Stuffed pine cone ornaments

Joanna Figueroa, instructor of the Craftsy class Simple Fresh Quilts, has a delightful pattern for a stuffed pine cone ornament that is the perfect addition to your handmade ornament collection. These simple stuffed pinecones can be made with fabric scraps and ribbon, and are stuffed with a cotton or polyester filling. These ornaments measure approximately 3” by 3” when finished.

Sewn, Stuffed Pear Christmas Ornament - www.craftsy.comPhoto via Joanna Figueroa

Pear in a tree ornaments

Also from Joanna Figueroa, this delightful pear ornament pattern includes options for a solid or patchwork pear with leaves and a hanging ribbon. Adorable!

Do you deck your Christmas tree out in handmade ornaments?


Evelyn Bodsford

I am a member of Craftsy already. How can I get these patterns shown above. Thank you.

Karen Kelty

Hi Evelyn!

For the patterns that are available on Craftsy, you can click on the orange text underneath the photos and you will be taken to the pattern designer’s page. Then, hit the Add Pattern to Cart button, and you will be provided directions on how to purchase the pattern from there. For the patterns available on different sites, click on the orange text underneath the photos and those will take you to links with more information on where to find those patterns.

I hope this helps!!

Sharon Nader

I want the pine cone ornaments pattern. How do I get it. ?


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