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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Quilted Christmas Ornament

16 comments:

Laurie said...

Thanks for posting this - I have posted it also on my blog :)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Thanks Susan for sharing this - I will be making some of these!

Melissa C said...

Thank you. My mom has been wanting to make some of these, now maybe I can help her.

Jacque said...

Thank you for showing how to make this cute ornaments, I always wanted to know how to make them. Merry Christmas!

Melanie said...

They are so lovely Susan. Sadky I am up against it time wise again with needing to make son and daughter quilts.

Vivian said...

Thanks for sharing this video. I've wanted to make these and the process is easier than I thought it would be. They're now on my to-do list.

Sara said...

Wow, that is so neat! Thanks for sharing!

LYNNE DEMETER said...

This is exactly the perfect gift idea for some co-workers. I was having the hardest time trying to decide and you have given me the gift of your inspiration. Thank you.

julia said...

I love this!!! Merry Christmas!!!

Barb said...

Oh thank you for the instructions, I have seen these ornaments at craft shows and always thought they were pretty neat! I can make my own since you have shared the video...maybe not this year :>)!! Have a wonderful weekend...stay warm!

Mrs. B said...

What a terrific idea! I think a few of these in a wooden bowl or basket would look cute all year round. Can't wait to get to the store and buy some styrofoam balls.

Sharon-NZ said...

Wow that is really fabulous (have popped a link on the freebies blog) Hope that is ok

Sharon-NZ said...

Thanks for the comment on the blog - have popped a direct link on there now as well to You Tube - thanks again for the heads up

quiltingb said...

OH my goodness, that tutorial is great! I wish I had noticed this before Christmas. I have wanted to make these for a couple years, but just couldn't figure it out..You made it so easy..Thanks

Jean in OKC

PrimitiveJan said...

Thank you Susan for the tutorial. I have a question however. Why is they second layer of the second color lower if they all go in at the same distance. I have made two now and none of the look as nice as yours but I keep trying.

Gimena said...

Gracias!!!! Esta muy bien explicado. Vamos a ver si empiezo ahora para la navidad!! Jajaja
Besos!

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