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What are some free patterns for felt Christmas tree ornaments?

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Many websites offer free felt Christmas tree ornament patterns, including MarthaStewart.com, About.com, HGTV.com, AllFreeSewing.com and BHG.com. The Better Homes and Gardens website has a gallery of over 30 felt Christmas tree ornament ideas, complete with step-by-step instructions and printable templates. The website has patterns in a variety of shapes, from felt pine cones to Russian nesting dolls, mittens and ice skates, among others.

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Martha Stewart’s website provides free printable patterns for felt ornaments in the shapes of barnyard animals, needle-felted woodland creature and toadstool ornaments, and clothespin-doll ornaments dressed in felt clothing.

About.com shares a compilation of free Christmas ornament sewing projects, including miniature felt stockings for the tree and a 3-D felt star ornament with beaded edges.

Home and Garden Television has a list of more than 50 printable Christmas templates on its website, including felt ornaments in the shapes of birds, snowmen, mittens, gingerbread men and candy canes.

All Free Sewing is another website that shares free sewing patterns for Christmas tree ornaments. The site has a wide range of patterns listed, including simple felt snowman ornaments, an ornament in the shape of a Christmas tree, one in the shape of infant Jesus and one in the shape of hot cocoa.

Most of these ornament projects require easy-to-find craft materials, such as embroidery thread, hand-sewing needles, scissors, glue, and decorations such as beads and sequins. Many of the templates are in PDF files, which require software such as Adobe Acrobat to read and download.

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