Scandinavian Folded Fabric Star Ornament (w video tutorial)


This video is all about creating the Scandinavian Folded Fabric Star Ornament. I originally learned this in elementary school and decided it was time for a reboot and woweewow were they super fun and super easy to make. This one is definitely family fun!


These are some of the supplies that I used:

Measurements for three different sizes

  • (four) 4″ x 16″ strips
  • (four) 3.5″ x 14″ strips
  • (four) 3″ x 12″ strips


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26 thoughts on “Scandinavian Folded Fabric Star Ornament (w video tutorial)

  1. After seeing you rave about Terial Magic and Fabric Fuse, I decided to order both to check them out. Can’t wait to make some of these ornaments!

  2. we are SO SAD about your youtube channel. we have purchased all the supplies for this project & are trying to find the video. any way we can find it somewhere else or that you might have a .pdf of the instructions? my kids & i love you!!!!

  3. I watched your video last week and now follow your blog and on FB. Today and yesterday, when I click on your YouTube videos, they say they are private.

    1. My youtube has been hacked, stolen and is now being used for bad stuff. Not sure if I’ll get it back or not. Feel free to contact YouTube to let them know you’d like my channel up.

  4. I watched this video just a few weeks ago and now the video is unavailable. I says it is Private. Is there a chance it will be put back anytime soon?

    1. My YouTube has been hacked, stolen and deleted. Hopefully YouTube will be able to fix it. Sorry for the inconvenience

      1. Oh No! I was wondering what was wrong when I tried to access it today during the big annual sale at Quilted Strait to see what we needed for daughter to make for gifts this holiday.

        Hoping all is well otherwise for you and your amazing talent returns to youtube soon.

      2. Yikes! I watch this video a week ago, went and bought fabric, came back last night to rewatch as I began your wonderful project and now I can’t find you on YouTube. Now I know why 🙁 fingers crossed my memory will kick in so I can finish my ornament for an ornament exchange. I hope they figure your channel out and get you back up and running. You are so delightful and bring smiles to your subscribers.

      3. Thank you for adding the Facebook link to the new video! I hope you know that you are appreciated Mathew ♡

  5. Watched your fun video last night and found you on pintrest today. Loved the tutorial, thank you for adding fun to the project, cant wait to try and make these 😀

  6. Love it, but would be better with a written with pics version to this as well. Plus cuuting the strips at a angle would help with this process

  7. I LOVED this video… just found your channel on you tube!!! You are hysterical!! I just made three of these stars for gifts!!! Thank you!!!

  8. Oh my word, what a delight!! I am of Danish heritage, these are perfect to introduce to my grand children. I am beginning a foundation pieced Christmas Tree wall hanging and wanted something special to decorate it….. These are perfect! Thanks so much for the explicit directions.
    Wonderful Tutorial!

  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!! I watched this early in the morning and it was a great happy way to start my day THANK YOU!!! So excited to start making them and to share this!!

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