Lots of people have asked me how to make the variation of quilted ornaments that feature a picture or image centered on each side (I like to call them “Snow Globe Ornaments”), so for the last week I’ve been working an a brand new tutorial. It’s finally done!
The awesome thing about these ornaments is that you can use fabrics with larger prints and patterns than you are normally able to get away with using the traditional quilted ornament pattern. You can also feature favorite characters, sports teams, holiday images, or even a custom photo, name or date, like this:
This tutorial includes full step by step instructions, and 60 close up photos covering the entire process. These ornaments can be a little bit trickier than traditional quilted ornaments (you can find a pattern for those HERE), but my tutorial really breaks it all down, and includes all my hints and tips for easily dealing with (or just plain avoiding!) what is usually the more complicated parts of making these.
Also included are TWO bonuses:
- How to make a ribbon bow and hanger.
- The Snow Globe Ornament “Look Book”.
You’ll get these extras for FREE.
These instructions are in PDF format, and will be instantly downloadable from the receipt you will receive via email following purchase.
If you decide you would like to try making one of these ornaments, and have any questions at all about the process, or anything else related to quilted ornaments, please feel free to leave your question in the comment section right below this post…I will be glad to answer as best I can!
Here’s what happens when you purchase a pattern from me:
My tutorials are in PDF format, which means they will be emailed to you as soon as you purchase. No waiting!
As soon as you complete your payment, you will receive an email from me, which will contain the links to your patterns.
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!).1