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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Quilted Christmas Ornament

Even though I have a million and one things to do before the 25th, I just had to give the quilted Christmas ornament video tutorial that I posted last week a try. It went together quickly once I got the hang of the folding and pinning. Do wear a thimble to help push the straight pins through the fabric into the styrofoam though or you will have some sore fingers when you are done!


Jocelyn said...

Oh wow this is so lovely. It reminds me of an old fashioned ornament.

Needled Mom said...

Beautiful! I can imagine how sore the fingers would be. Ouch!

Angie said...

O.K. Now I have to make a trip to the craft store! That is so neat! Your ornament is so pretty! I watched the video, and hope it's as easy as it looks!

quiltinbysea said...

Lovely ornament, loved it when you first posted the link and have styrofoam balls on the shopping list.

antique quilter said...

wow this came out great, now I am tempted to take the time and make one too!
looks wonderful

Anonymous said...

Your very own Christmas Star Susan - totally gorgeous! I'm sorry I can't spare the time to make one of my own- a Union Jack glass is calling to be made.

Donna said...

Your ornament is lovely. My daughter made me one of these several years ago. I always have a special place for it on our tree.

Jackie's Stitches said...

So very cute! It looks complicated!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very cute! I ordered some 3 inch Styrofoam balls along with another order I placed - maybe they'll be here before Christmas. Walmart only had 2 1/2 and 4 inch.
Yours is very cute!

Vivian said...

I just got back from Hobby Lobby, a local craft shop. All I needed were the styrofoam balls. My fabrics are cut and ready to go. Thanks for posting the tutorial.

By Hoki Quilts said...

How clever I can't wait to start. the clip was very easy to understand, however my sound card has gone and I don't know what size to cut the fabric. Please help and let me know.
Many thanks

Carmen said...

Your ornament ist very lovely.
Thanks for the tutorial.
Saludos desde EspaƱa.

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