I made this one a few years back. I called it “Lucky Charm” because of the cute little 4 leaf clover charm I added. It’s based on the Basic Quilted Ball Pattern (which will also show you how to attach charms and embellishments, like I’ve done here).

lucky charm quilted fabric ornament

(Oh, and by the way, I got the clover charm from TwoPurplePandas.com. You can see a list of more supplies that I use right HERE.)

Another cute one from a few years ago…

lucky ladybug st. patty's day quilted ball

Here’s my favorite. This one is made from Longaberger “Lots of Luck” fabric:


All of these ornaments follow the 4-layer Quilted Ball Tutorial, which you can read about right HERE. I hope these inspire you to make your own ornament projects for St. Patrick’s Day. :)


  1. Judi on March 31, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    I am attempting to make the quilted egg. I’ve cut all the fabric as instructed, but when I looked for, and even ordered the eggs even though the web sites say 2 13/16 x 3 13/16 as stated in your instructions, when I receive them they are 2 7/8 x 3 13/16. I have tried to use them, but the fabric pieces are too large and the fabric overlaps rather than meets. Would you please advise as soon as possible as I would like to make them for Easter gifts!
    Thank you for your prompt response,

  2. Yinnie Jones on November 15, 2015 at 3:57 am

    The free ornament is beautiful, can the instructions be Printed also are their any ornaments for Baby’s first Christmas ( Boy ) and dated ornaments and can you tell me some prices, thank you so much.


  3. Dorothy Simke on January 5, 2018 at 11:16 am

    Dear Ornament Girl, I just paid you $10.60 and I don’t know what to do now? I am 90 years old…please explain how to download?

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