A homemade ornament is more than a decorative addition to your Christmas tree—it’s a memory: one that is made with your kids and family, celebrating the season, and cherishing time together. Browse through these Felt Christmas Ornaments Patterns here that includes woodland animals, Christmas trees, gingerbreads, stars, and more.
Using felt to make ornaments makes these crafts very kid-friendly. The soft material means less paper cuts and more smiles! So grab the whole family and get to crafting!
1. DIY Felt Nordic-Inspired Christmas Ornaments by Wallflower Kitchen
Add a touch of Nordic Christmas decor to your home by making thee Nordic-inspired Christmas decorations to hang on the tree! They’re very simple to make and the only skill involved is knowing the blanket stitch which is also very easy to grasp.
2. Felt + Wood Ball Tree Ornaments by Home For The Harvest
This DIY tutorial shows how to make simple wood & felt ball ornaments. These handmade Scandinavian Christmas ornaments are perfect for modern Christmas decor (and they also make lovely gifts)! They almost look like little minimalist snowmen, perfect for a magical nordic holiday.
This is a hand sewing pattern for hand sewers looking for a fun project where they can explore their use of color. Use the ideas in the photographs or get creative and do your own color combinations in this wool felt project.
These stars can be used as tree ornaments, gift tags, embellishments for door knobs, or hang them from windows. These make great Christmas ornaments, other holidays, or as accent pieces year round.
4. Easy Felt Christmas Ornaments by The Artisan Life
These felt Christmas ornaments are beyond simple to make, plus they’re super cute! You can customize them quickly and easily with ric rac or other trim and they’re a great no sew felt craft for kids who are working on their cutting skills!
The festive season isn’t complete without these little gnomes to watch over and join in the fun with you. Make a whole squad of the gnomes, leave some of them for yourself and send the rest to your friends and family in order to spread the Christmas spirit everywhere.
These Embroidered Felt Ornaments are a must-craft this holiday season. These ornaments are a wonderful heirloom accessory to add to your own personal collection and make for beautiful handcrafted holiday gifts as well!
Whip up a sweet mug of hot chocolate for your holiday tree. The Hot Chocolate Ornament is a three-dimensional felt mug embellished with a beautiful snowflake embroidery and topped with 2 felty marshmallows. So fun to make for a sweet gift!
10. Wool Felt Mitten Christmas Ornament by Polkadot Chair
Your tree doesn’t have to be a haphazard cacophony though. These darling Mitten Christmas Ornaments are stylish and fun and add a cozy touch to any tree. You don’t need a sewing machine to make them and can add some fun hand embroidered details to the ornaments as well!
11. Retro Wool Felt Christmas Ornament by Erica Hite
Looking for an affordable but special handmade gift? Would you love to make holiday decorations your family will use and treasure for many years to come? These retro modern Christmas Ornaments are easy and a pleasure to make.
Felt Christmas ornaments are budget-friendly, so you can make a ton of them. These homemade felt Christmas tree decorations are designed and embellished with a traditional Nordic style. The ornaments are made out of craft felt, embroidery floss, and a wee bit of fiberfill—however, a few added yarn, buttons, bells, rick rack, and glass beads.
These Felt Christmas Angels are perfect to work up for the holidays or any time you feel that heavenly inspiration. Perfect as an ornament or as a package tie-on, you’ll love how this Angel reflects your love of crafting! The heads are made from fine wooden beads, the legs are pipe cleaner covered with felt. The carry Holly leaves with wooden beads for holly berries.
This Woodland Fox is a handsome, sweet-faced little fellow. He’s perfect for your living room, nursery, or work-space. (No matter where he is, he’s sure to bring a smile.) This felt pattern is stitched entirely by hand, and is perfect for beginners.
16. Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments by Living Well Mom
Nothing says “Christmas” quite like a Christmas tree. That’s why this mini felt tree makes the perfect ornament to hang on yours. It’s cute, it’s festive, and all ages and abilities can join in on the DIY fun.
18. DIY Farmhouse Felt Christmas Ornaments by Whipper Berry
These Farmhouse Felt Christmas Ornaments are sure to be a classic staple for years to come as you decorate for the holidays, plus they are super easy to store and won’t break!
What you’ll love about these ornaments is that you can tell your Christmas story right on your tree with these simple word ornaments. You create your own story. Not to mention the fact that you can select the colors.
Folksy and whimsical, these embellished booties with blanket-stitched edges are just begging to be filled by Santa. Among the chic yet simple felt flourishes: pinwheels, faux foliage, stripes, and more.
The embroidered details on these ornaments are what make them truly special. The pattern for these super sweet heirloom holiday ornaments includes all the instructions you need to create them for your own holiday tree, or just to display all the time!
They stitch up pretty quickly and you will love adding them to your holiday collection. The ornaments are approximately 4 inches in diameter, making them a great size to show off the embroidered elements and to fit on pretty much any tree.
If you love gingerbread houses, this charming pattern is created specially for you! The pattern includes instructions and pattern pieces to make five unique and quirky little houses, as well as a whimsical Christmas tree chock full of shiny-bright glass bead ornaments!
These delightful little ornaments would look lovely on a wreath, made into a garland, or just hanging on your tree!
22. Felt Mini Christmas Stocking Ornament by Away Up North
Create a bit of your own Northwoods magic with these Felt Mini Christmas Stockings. The pattern features all the directions you will need to create 4 different miniature stockings, each one featuring an original design.
At just 4.75 inches high and 2 inches wide, the finished stockings are perfect for holding little gifts like chapstick, coins, mini candy canes & chocolates. Hang them from a window sill or shelf, use them as doll stockings, tie them on top of a present, or hang them on the Christmas tree.
23. Felt Christmas Tree Ornament by This Heart Of Mine
This adorable Felt Christmas Tree Ornament will look so festive up on your tree. And it’s easy to make with just pieces of felt so kids can help make their own! Making (and then hanging) these felt trees is an easy craft for the whole family.
Make your own Christmas ornaments this year or give them as gifts. This pattern includes instructions or stitching 7 whimsical ornaments: gingerbread house, Nordic heart, penguin, robin, wreath, Christmas pudding, and a reindeer.
26. Felt Ornament Sewing Pattern by Patricia Welch Designs
The possibilities are endless with this Felt Ornament Sewing Pattern. Make a poinsettia or a snowflake in a variety of color combinations. The ornament is to be made from wool or synthetic felt and is hand embroidered and embellished with sequins and beads.
27. DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments by Apple Green Cottage
DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments these soft, colorful felt ornaments just in time for this Christmas. You can keep them for yourself, but they also make a wonderful handmade Christmas present. They are easy to make, inexpensive and don’t take a lot of time to complete. A great beginner crafting project!
Soft Felt in your favorite colors (Buy a multi-color pack, not individual pieces, to save money!)
8 inches of Satin Ribbon of your choice per each ornament piece
soft Toy Stuffing Material
coordinating sewing thread
Glass Head Silk Pins
And you can download your PDF sewing pattern for FREE. Yey! Get it here, complete with instructions and bonus tips to make it super easy for you:
With so many DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments and options to choose from, you’re bound to find something that suits your taste and, most importantly, your tree.
Decorating your home for Christmas doesn’t need to be expensive. Try your hand at some of these patterns to usher in the holidays. And don’t forget to share your finished ornaments on our Facebook Page!