Create An Heirloom Ornament From Fabric
December 10, 2017 |
There Are Three Styles to Choose From!
Are you looking for a special ornament or gift idea? These patchwork fabric ornaments are unusual and so pretty. They have a polished handmade look that makes them extra special for handing down through the years.
Anyone who enjoys quilts and fabric will love receiving one of these ball ornaments. There are three styles to choose from, and all of them will be simply wonderful in your favorite colors.
The ornaments are firmly stuffed and finished off with a bit of decorative hand stitching. While they’ll take longer to make than many of the other ornament patterns we’ve featured, the effort is well worth it.
The patchwork balls, designed by Vechernie Posidelki are 8 cm across (a bit over 3 inches).
Vechernie has many beautiful ornament and toy designs. You’ll find the full selection of her patterns in English here.
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