Quilted Ornament Ideas for Fall.

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I’ve got a round-up of ornament ideas for you to make for Fall!

These first few ornaments follow the Quilted Ball Ornament Pattern:

autumn leaves quilted fabric ornament

Autumn Leaves

fall quilted ornament ball

Flutter

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Falling Leaves (this is a Longaberger fabric)

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Pumpkin Patch (another Longaberger fabric)

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Harvest Sunset – this one is made from a textured wired ribbon, instead of fabric.

I added gold sequins & beads to both of these next two to add some sparkle:

First one follows the “Snow Globe” ornament pattern…. (More ideas for Snow Globes, HERE.)

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Enchant

And, this one is a variation of the “Elements” fabric ornament pattern. Same fabric, whole new look. :)

pumpkin-swirl-fabric-ornament

Spiced Pumpkin

I added glittery silk leaves to “fall” down from the top of this one (which is a variation of the FREE Moonlight pattern):

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Hope this post gives you some ideas for your own Fall ornament-making!

23 Responses
  • Sharon
    September 22, 2015

    These are stunning. Your talent is amazing!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      September 22, 2015

      Thank you so much!

      • Anonymous
        September 23, 2015

        Your ornaments are brautiful. This gives me some great ideals. Thanks

  • Vicki
    September 22, 2015

    Very beautiful! I love how you complete your ornament with a lovely topper.

  • Joyce Manley
    September 22, 2015

    I love the material that you have selected for your ornaments. Can you please let all of us know where you get you material from? I love the glitter material but am having a hard time trying to find some. Thanks a bunch.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      September 22, 2015

      Hi Joyce! I get most of my fabrics from JoAnns, and most of my ribbons from Michaels. The glittery material you see in the last picture above is actually wired ribbon. The solid goldish-brown pieces are fabric, and the glittery parts are the ribbon. At this time of year, they carry tons of really pretty, glittery wired holiday ribbons… which I LOVE using for these ornaments. :)

      I hope that helps, and thank you!

  • Lucy Scoggin
    September 22, 2015

    I very much want to learn how to make these!!! Please tell me how to get started!

  • Kristina Daugherty
    September 23, 2015

    You are always an inspiration, Staci Ann!! Such beautiful work! These are awesome!!

  • Denise
    September 29, 2015

    I can’t seem to get the moonlight pattern can you help? Thanks

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      September 29, 2015

      Hi Denise…. Yes, I sure can, and I’m sorry about that! I’m emailing it to you right now. Will you let me know if you don’t see it in your inbox soon?

  • Kimberly Stewart
    October 1, 2015

    My name is Kim Stewart. I am the owner and developer of after market led lighting for sewing machines.
    I like you started my business through my hobby of Quilting.
    I just joined your email list and down loaded your free pattern. Quilters love projects using fabric that they can
    do in between their long projects. I was wondering if we could maybe talk. I sell my lights all over the world and have been in business for almost 6 years with new products coming out.
    My website is Ecoluxlighting.com.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thanks,
    Kim Stewart
    See More Sew More!

  • sue shoemaker
    October 4, 2015

    i signed up and did not receive the free pattern -thanks

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 5, 2015

      Hi Sue…. I’m so sorry about that. I’m sending it to you right now. Will you let me know if you still don’t receive it in your inbox? Thank you!

  • Cookie Lowe
    October 16, 2016

    Staci: Thank you so much for taking the time to send these photos. These ornaments, like the ones I now receive as a member of the Ornament Club, are so pretty….but; mostly, unique. You have a true gift. I design my Quilts that I make & do Counted Cross Stitch, so I know the time you put into your craft. Beautiful pieces!!!!

  • Patricia G. Shaw
    October 17, 2016

    I have tried two or three times to enter your program when you have sent me an Email
    saying I could put my name forward. Every time there is something that you do not accept –
    name on credit card which has my middle initial, etc.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 21, 2016

      Hi Patricia… I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve had trouble signing up. I take sign ups through PayPal, which is who processes payments for me, so it sounds like this is a problem that’s happening on their end. I don’t take credit cards directly, unfortunately. What I would suggest though is to call them to ask why they aren’t able to process your card. Their phone number is 1 (888) 221-1161. I hope that helps!

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