No-Sew Quilted Christmas Ornament

No-Sew Quilted Christmas Ornament
No-Sew Quilted Christmas Ornament

One of the best parts of the holiday season is finding the festive cheer in decorating your home, especially your Christmas tree. We love handmade ornaments. We are quite excited to share this simply wonderfuly DIY Christmas ornament tutorial with you today. Learn how to make no-sew quilted Christmas ornaments with Jennifer from

This video tutorial will show you how to make Christmas ornaments that are unique, beautiful, and something you will be truly proud of this holiday season. 

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts



Materials List

  • Jingle Pops: Jingly Pops Fabric Strips
  • Jelly Rolls (2.5 inch fabric strips)
  • Essential Gems Precut Strips
  • Christmas Fabrics
  • 45mm Rotary Cuttter
  • 6.5'' Ruler

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What size are the styrofoam balls you used?

I have always wanted to make a no-sew folded star ornament or a folded star to display in an embroidery hoop. The folded star looks so intricate however after reading the instructions I now understand that they are not at all difficult to make. I especially like that many fabric variations can make the folded star, or quilted star, unique.

When my kids were small and also when I was a language therapist, I would make homemade playdough ornaments in the shape of Santa's face, Angels, stars and candy canes. Would let them dry, then paint them! But I have received this quilted technique ornament from a friend in the shape of a pine cone and it was one of the prettiest ever! You didn't even see the pins unless you lifted up the flapped areas. I would love to make these.... Good therapy in times of stress too, and health recovery too! Thanks for sharing!

these are so cool

I like to make Christmas trees, snowmen, and angel ornaments.

I have been trying to make a lot of things homemade and these No Sew Quilted Ornaments have to be a must on my tree. They are beautiful. A lot of work but look well worth it. This is a super video that is very well done and you can hear her and follow her so good. Uses a lot of pins but a great outcome. I would have to glue the ribbon around at the end to make sure it does not come undone. Once I get the hang of making them I will have to teach my grand daughter. Thanks.

I was amazed at how simple these ornaments were to make! I used toothpicks to make sure the folds were crisp in each "row" as well as evenly located on the ornament while attaching other sections. Beautiful, easy crafty ... just what I wanted!!!

My friend was going to teach me to make these, but passed away before she could. I'm looking forward to learning how to make these. 3

I have always loved the folded star pattern. I can't wait to make these pretty holiday ornaments! Such beautiful fabric!

These are simply gorgeous! Can't wait to make these ornaments and tutorial is wonderful!

I did these with my girl scout troop ,the only thing different is we glued the tri angles then put them on. The cost of straight pins for all the girls would have been to much ,but it worked out for us and were beautiful and the girls were so proud of what they had done.

I make all sorts of ornaments. I have painted, ribboned, crocheted and beaded. I can't wait to make these no sew quilted ones.

I like to make small stuffed ornaments

I like to crochet my ornaments. Haven't made some in quite sometime.

Loved the tutorial! The last ornaments I made were with glass microscope slides.

Last ornament I made a was a beaded star, using bugle beads and crystals!

Will make a great ornament for homespun Christmas tree!

I haven't made ornaments in so long, I don't remember what I liked then. Now, I'd rather make cute bags, quilts or clothes.

I like cloth ornaments.


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