Tree Charms

Try your hand at making adorable ornaments in two sizes using festive fabric. Australian designer Lynette Anderson made these simple, fun, and oh-so-cute Christmas ornaments using preprinted fabric and hand-embroidery. By fussy-cutting holiday prints, and embellishing with stitches, these Christmas projects are great for gift-giving, too.

About This Quilt

Finished Size: Large Ornaments 4″ in diameter; small ornaments 3½” in diameter
Rating: Intermediate
Designed by:
Lynette Anderson
Recommended Tools: Fons & Porter Rotary Cutter, Olfa 12″ Spinning Cutting Mat, and Fons & Porter Basic Cutting Ruler
Tree Charms
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Learn How to Make This Quilt

This two-piece binding technique creates a trim for your finished Christmas ornaments, for just a touch of something special. Colleen Tauke, Sewing Specialist for Fons & Porter, walks you through creating faux piping in your quilt binding with some great tricks of the trade. With Colleen’s help, faux piping is fun! Learn this quick and easy method that can be adapted to any quilt pattern by watching the free quilting video tutorial below. This method not only makes quiltmaking easier, but it increases the efficiency and accuracy in your piecing, which will be helpful when making these fun holiday Christmas ornaments, Tree Charms! For more free Sew Easy quilting video tutorials, make sure to visit QNNtv.com.

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