I’ve just added a new ornament tutorial to my shop. I’ve wanted to get this one done for awhile, but it’s been slow going…these things take me forever to write! :)
This one will teach you how to make a quilted “pinecone” ornament. It’s 37 pages (in PDF format) and has over 50 close up photos of every step (you know how I am about my pictures). I not only show you the basic technique for making these ornaments, but I also give you several examples of variations to try, and even show you a second fabric folding technique.
Also, it’ll be INSTANTLY downloadable as soon as you check out, which is pretty great.
Anyway, I’m super excited about this particular tutorial, not only because I’ve been wanting to get it done for FOREVER, but also because the possibilities with this type of ornament are virtually endless. There are so many ways to be creative with these…I’ll show you a couple of ideas in the tutorial, and look for more ideas in the future here on my blog, too. It’s not too early to get started on some Christmas presents!
If you’d like to try it out, you can get the tutorial by clicking the “Add to Cart” button just below (It’s only $10). Oh! And you’ll get my bonus tutorial teaching you how to make ribbon bows and hangers for free. (Just like with my quilted ornament tutorials :D)
Questions? Post ‘em below!
Here’s what happens when you purchase a pattern from me:
My tutorials are in PDF format, which means they will be downloadable as soon as you purchase. No waiting!
As soon as you complete your payment, you will be re-directed to a special page on my site, where you will be able to immediately download your patterns. (It can take up to 10 seconds for you to be re-directed after payment, so please be patient and don’t click your back button!) You will also receive them by email (make sure your email address is entered correctly).
If for some reason, you do not receive your email, just fill out my contact form, and I will make sure you get it!
Oh, and by the way…I have pattern “bundles” available (which will save you money if you would like more than one of my patterns!).