Since this is a sewing blog it’s time to enjoy Christmas with sewing decorations thrown in. Christmas trees look so pretty with some sewing Christmas ornaments hanging on them. How fun would these seamstress ornaments look hanging on a dress form Christmas tree?
These sewing Christmas ornaments would be great to give to your sewing and crafting friends. They would be perfect for a gift exchange at a sewing party. Learn how to find a sewing group near you!
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Turn those empty thread spools into a pretty Christmas ornament. It’s a great way to use up those thread spools!
I love the simplicity of this wood sewing machine ornament. The minimal look is perfect for any Christmas tree.
If you like the farmhouse Christmas tree look then this painted sewing machine ornament is for you. It’s rustic and pretty and perfect.
Turn all your fabric scraps into a gorgeous ornament! Just save some scraps, stuff them in a glass ball, and you’re done!
If you love felt Christmas ornaments but you still want a sewing theme, then you can use this PDF pattern to make some. I love the variety of ornaments you can make with this pattern.
This seamstress snowflake ornament is just so stunning. I love the symmetry and all the sewing items that make up the snowflake. I would love to have this ornament hanging on my tree.
Another way to use up your fabric scraps is to turn it into a Christmas ornament. You piece the scraps together for a colorful and beautiful ornament.
Who else buys too much fabric? Me! Show how much you love fabric with this fabric addict ornament.
My specialty with sewing is making clothing so this dressform ornament really pulls at my heart strings. And the heart is lovely too!
This is another way to use up an empty spool but you cover it with embroidery floss and ribbon. This one is fun because you can go crazy with the colors and design.