Make Them Up for Other Seasons Too!
Darling fabric angels make pretty ornaments for the Christmas season. Make them up in colors you love and hang them on the tree or attach them to wrapped gifts.
Start with circles cut from two coordinating prints. The head is made from a 1 1/8″ cover button kit while the wings are cut from sew-in fleece. One-sided high-loft fusible fleece could also be used. Fuse it to white fabric before cutting out the wings.
Of course, the angels can be displayed any time of the year and make pretty gifts. Simply choose fabric appropriate to the occasion.
While the finished dimensions are not provided, the angels appear to be about 5 1/2″ tall. They were designed by Stephanie Cunnyngham for Therm-o-Web.
You’ll also need the pattern for angel wings found here.
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