Woah, it's Week #6!

So, 2 weeks ago I decided to bring back a past club pattern for the Ornament Challenge, and you guys loved it!

I guess I hadn't realized how much some of you would love to try some of these patterns that we'd done in the earlier months of the club!

So, we're going to do it again! Another pattern I am excited to bring out of the vault is the Kaleidoscope Pattern!

Just like many of our Club Patterns, we only did this pattern ONCE (February of 2018). So much untapped potential! And, because of that, I could not wait to try it out with my challenge fabrics, and see what all of you do with it as well.

And so, the Kaleidoscope Pattern is the newest addition to our Classic Pattern Library, and our 6th week Pattern of the Challenge!

IMPORTANT! If you were an Ornament Girl during February, 2018, DO NOT BUY THIS. You have automatic access! Look in your Pattern Library, under the 'Classic Patterns' tab.(You may need to log out, and then log back in again.)

BUT! If you DON'T yet own this pattern, now's your chance to own this previously club-only pattern! You can grab it HERE for a very special price for the next 2 days!

This pattern originally uses only 2 different fabrics, but in a brand new Cheat Sheet, I give you TWO ways to make this ornament with 3 different fabrics.

Please get creative with your Kaleidoscope Ornament, and when you're done, I'd love for you to show me and the rest of the challengers! You can share it with me on Instagram, using the hashtag #OrnamentGirlsChallenge, and if you're an Ornament Girls Club Member, please be sure to share it in our private FB group.

I hope you enjoy making this ornament. I'll be in your inbox next week with Week #7.

Happy Ornament-ing!

Staci Ann

p.s. Lost? Not sure what this Challenge is all about? You can catch up HERE.


Have you taken my free Basic Star Ornament Workshop yet?

If not, it's a great place to start! Click HERE for the free videos --> CAUTION THOUGH! You might get addicted. ;)


1 Comment

  1. Rosemary none Leaym on February 25, 2022 at 2:06 pm

    love your ornaments and cant wait to see if I can make one

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