Quilted Christmas Ball Ornament

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Quilted Christmas Ball Ornament Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

So many people love the finished look of these ornaments and they make impressive gifts. I wanted to create a step by step pattern filled with lots of pics and detailed instructions so people could make their own fabulous quilted ornaments. The great thing about this project is it requires NO SEWING!!!

This pattern offers lots of room for variation - simply choose your own fabric colors, vary the spacing or add more layers of squares. Embellish with a decorative bow on the top of your ornament for a more festive look.

This pattern can also be adapted to the use of paper squares or fancy ribbon squares. Once you make one, you'll want to make them for all your friends and family!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished ball measures appx. 3" in diameter


  • One 3" Styrofoam Ball
  • Ten 2.5" White or Light Colored Fabric Squares
  • Sixteen 2.5" Green or Med. Hue Fabric Squares
  • Sixteen 2.5" Red or Dark Hue Fabric Squares
  • One 10" strip of 7/8" wide White Ribbon
  • One 10" strip of 1/8" wide White Ribbon
  • Approximately 170 Straight Pins
  • 1 Upholstery Tidy Pin
  • 1 small pin box or mug to set your ball on

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary Cutter and Mat and a Quilters Ruler for cutting fabric squares.

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm a lover of all things crafty and creative. My favorite is sewing but I also love mixed media projects and coming up with new project ideas. When I'm not crafting, I'm teaching others how. I learned to sew when I was 15 and have been crafting ever since.

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