These Lovely Butterfly Ornaments are Easy to Make

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They’re Perfect for Christmas or Any Time of the Year!

Beautiful butterflies made from folded fabric will be lovely on your Christmas tree. They’re also pretty tie-ons for decorating gifts.

Or use one or more on a wreath, in a centerpiece, or even sewn to a wall quilt. They will be charming for spring and summer or any time of the year as well as for Christmas. Simply choose fabric to fit the season.

Christmas Butterfly Sewing Pattern

For 12 ornaments, start with 3/4 yard each of fabric for the front and another for the back. Or make each butterfly different using scraps from your stash. Finish them off with 1/8″ ribbon (18″ per ornament), 12″ white chenille stems, and assorted pearl beads with holes sized from 6mm to 14mm.

Christmas Butterfly Sewing Pattern

Christmas Butterfly Sewing Pattern

The completed ornaments, designed by Joyce Minnis, are 5″ x 4″.

Click here to purchase the “Christmas Butterfly” pattern.


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