Decorate Gifts and Your Tree with Fabric Ornaments
November 28, 2018 |
They’re Super Simple to Make from Scraps!
These simple ornaments are so charming and they’re super easy to make. Start with fabric squares and fold them into kite shapes. Then sew them together. Add a hanging cord and you’re done!
This is a wonderful project for leftover holiday fabrics. Cut squares that are half the width of the finished ornament. For example, for a 4″ finished ornament start with 2″ squares.
Go larger or smaller, depending on how you’ll use the ornaments. Fusible web eases construction while also providing structure.
Apply fusible web to the squares and fold them into shape, fusing each side as you go. Follow the photo tutorial to stitch the kite shapes together.
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