Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Fabric Ornament Number Two

To make one of these you will need:
- contrasting Christmas fabrics
- a button or charm that will be sewn onto the middle
- thread/ribbon for hanging
- matching sewing thread
- your sewing machine and iron

1. From your Christmas fabric, cut two circles approximately 8 inches diameter. I used a small side plate for my template.
2. Sew the pieces together, right sides facing, leaving a small opening for turning.

3. Turn through, iron pieces and sew the opening closed.

4. Fold the circle in half, and sew together at the top.

5. Catch other two sides in the middle.

6. Thread needle through to the back and then back to the front to secure.


7. Turn over the four corners. You can press the corners down to make them sit better.



8. Sew a button or charm to the centre and loop a hanging thread through one corner.


36 comments:

  1. Encantador!!!

    Gracias por compartirlo con todas nosotras.

    Besos, Aderi.

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  2. Oh my, so easy! thanks for posting. I'm going to try one.

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  3. Eine gute Idee! Danke für die Ornamente. :-)

    Rosefairy

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  4. Thanks so much! I really love them.

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  5. MERCI BEAUCOUP POUR CE SUPER TUTO
    JE VAIS VITE FAIRE DE JOLIES DECORATIONS POUR LE SAPIN.
    AMICALEMENT, KELLY DE PARIS FRANCE

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  6. Wish I'd found this before Christmas but a great idea for house group meetings. thanks for sharing. Karen NZ

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  7. Katrina, Felicitaciones por tan Bellas Labores. Cuándo publicas algo bello para Navidad. Gracias y Saludos desde Venezuela.
    wilperez38@gmail.com

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  8. Thank you for your tutorial. I have make one, it's easy and beautiful. I speak about you on my blog.

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  9. Thank you, Katrina. I love these!!! Your instructions and photos are great.

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  10. Thanks for sharing this great tutorial :)

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  11. Katrina, Felicitaciones Por tan Preciosas Labores y Mil Gracias por darnos este Tutorial. Muchas Bendiciones en estos Días Navideños.
    Con Mucho Cariño desde Venezuela. wilperez38@gmail.com

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  12. LOVE IT LOVE IT! What a great way to use up scraps!!!

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  13. I made 8 of these today. I am a beginner sewist and really appreciated the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas!

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  14. Thank you for the lovely tutorial. I made a few of these for my tree this year and had the best time.

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  15. Easy peesy, going to make a bunch of these. I like them and they will be fun out of a variety of fabrics.

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  16. I like them, want to try...Thanks so much for sharing

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  17. Muito linda a sua ideia, vou fazer....agradeço .

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  19. What a lovely ornaments, thanks for the tutorials, just in time as I am looking for a new piece to hang with my Xmas stuff, luckily I have some perfect Christmas fabrics for it.

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  20. What a cute ornament, thanks for sharing. I'm going to make some for next year! Happy New Year.

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  21. These are beautiful and so easy to make. I made one of each with a pair of my mother's pajamas. She passed away 10 years ago, and they make a wonderful keepsake. Thank you!

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  23. complimenti un bel lavoro, brava ciao.

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  24. Thank you for sharing, Gorgeous.

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