You Can Never Have Too Many Christmas Ornaments!
Bringing out the tree ornaments is part of what makes the holidays special at our house every year. Each has a tale to tell and it’s a treasured part of getting ready for Christmas to reminisce while rediscovering each ornament and placing it on the tree.
While there any many styles of ornaments in our collection, the ones that mean that most were often handmade. They remind us lovingly of the people who made them, some of whom are now gone. It’s a joy to revisit our memories of these special people every Christmas.
Part of the tradition is to make new ornaments ourselves every year. Some we add to the tree, many we use to decorate wrapped gifts, and others are given with a card, baked good or other small gift.
That’s why we were delighted to discover Annie’s special Christmas issue. It consists entirely of ornaments. Some are sewn or quilted while others are crocheted or knitted. It’s a lovely collection of patterns to draw from and it’s inexpensive.
All of the ornaments are fun, easy projects that you can have finished up quickly.
You may already have fabric in your stash to work from. Add buttons and other embellishments are you prefer.
We’ve included the fabric ornaments here for you to enjoy. Click through to the publication to see those made with yarn, felt and embroidery.
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