If you can fold a piece of fabric…you can make a perfect quilted ornament (starting 5 minutes from now).


Not long after I began selling my “quilted” ornaments (in quotes, because they aren’t really quilted….they are NO SEW), I started having a hard time keeping up with the demand…. and then people started asking me to teach them how I made them. I hesitated to create a tutorial because the old-fashioned technique has been around for so long, but….

I make mine a little differently (after more than 20 years of experience), and everyone wanted to know exactly what I was doing to get such crisp, clean lines.

So, now you can get the most in-depth, perfect-ornament-making tutorial out there. :)

As though you are “looking over my shoulder”, I will show you step by step (through tons of up-close, detailed photos), exactly how to make a quilted ornament….and how to make it perfectly!

You will be amazed at how beautiful they are. And yes! They really are NO SEW.

You can make them out of almost any kind of material you can dream up (fabric, ribbon, keepsake baby clothes, even paper), and for virtually any holiday or special occasion. They also make perfect gifts for not just Christmas, but for things like wedding and baby showers (personalize them with matching colors and materials), birthdays, and even sports teams. The possibilities are literally endless. (Here’s a gallery of ideas.)

“Best. $10. Ever. Spent.Your tutorial was worth every penny! It has saved me on material costs, and my results finally look how I envisioned them all along.”


Here’s what you’ll get in the Perfect Quilted Ornaments Package:

  • The complete, 40+ page e-Book, with step-by-step instructions, and clear photographs of every single step.
  • Bonus Tutorial #1: How to make quilted ornaments with wired ribbon.
  • Bonus Tutorial #2: How to make beautiful ribbon bows and hangers for your ornaments.
  • Bonus Tutorial #3: How to attach charms and embellishments to your creations.

You will be receiving 4 downloads all together.

What can you expect from my e-book?

My instructions will make these ornaments incredibly easy, with detailed directions and professional photos of every step…you will not find more complete instructions for making quilted ornaments anywhere else, I promise.

But, the best part is that my e-book will show you exactly how I make them, with an emphasis on straight lines and perfect design (please take a quick peek through my gallery to see some examples). My instructions are chock full of my personal tips and hints for making your ornaments as absolutely beautiful as possible. I will show you how to use less fabric than traditional methods (saving you money), and I will show you how to easily get both sides of your ornament to line up perfectly with each other (saving you frustration!). You can see some of the great reviews this tutorial has received HERE.

This tutorial is in digital PDF format (more info below), and will be downloadable instantly from your emailed receipt….you can be starting your first ornament 5 minutes from now!


I’ve also added THREE bonus tutorials:

  1. How to make a quilted ornament using wired ribbon, which will show you how to use beautiful wired ribbons, instead of fabric, to make your ornaments,
  2. How to make a ribbon bow and hanger, and
  3. How to attach charms & embellishments to your ornaments

These 3 bonus e-Books will be sent to you for FREE when you buy the quilted ornament tutorial eBook.

I must tell you that your tutorial was extremely helpful! So many little ways to save pins and material!! Thank you so much for your help! LOVE LOVE LOVE your ornaments!!!”


If you decide you would like to try making one of these ornaments yourself, 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….. or you can email me (my direct email address is listed inside the tutorial). I will be glad to answer all questions 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!

In case you are wondering…

Q: These look complicated! Will I actually be able to make one?

A: Not just one; you’ll make lots! Honestly, they look wayyy more complicated than they actually are. Not only that, but my instructions are foolproof. They are totally step by step, and have big, clear photos of every step. If you can fold a piece of fabric, you can make these… I promise.

Q: If I search hard enough, I could probably find instructions for these for free. Why should I spend ten whole dollars for yours?

A: It’s true; there are freebies out there, and folded fabric ornaments have been around for just about forever.

But, I’ll just be frank: there are no free instructions that are anywhere near as in-depth as what you’ll see in my e-book. I’ve made thousands of these ornaments, and my instructions tell you every single hint and trick that I know, including how to use less fabric in each ornament, and how to easily get each side of the ornament to line up perfectly with each other.

In fact, a lot of my customers have started with the freebie instructions…. but eventually wanted to refine and perfect their craft:

“I must admit that I didn’t purchase your tutorial right away. Honestly… I really didn’t see the need to shell out $10 for something I was certain I could either find elsewhere online or just figure out on my own. But after wasting many frustrating hours and hours (and hours!) trying to duplicate the quality of ornaments on your website, I finally just broke down and bought your tutorial.

Best. $10. Ever. Spent.

Your tutorial was worth every penny! It has saved me on material costs, and my results finally look how I envisioned them all along — with nice, crisp, and consistent lines. Had I only known! I really should have bought your tutorial from the start and saved myself the time and frustration. Thank you!!”


If you can invest 10 bucks, you will save material costs, and you’ll have perfect ornaments to show for it.

Q: Why do you charge $10 for these instructions?

A: I actually give almost all of my craft ideas and projects for free here on my blog, and I love to do it (here’s a list of lots of free ornament crafts for you). But, I do have just a few patterns which I charge for, and believe it or not, this website is how I make my living!

To ensure that you will be simply delighted with your finished ornaments, I spend weeks writing and photographing each of my tutorials. They are full of clear, professional photos, as well as extra ideas and variations for you to try out. I really take a lot of pride in my quilted ornament patterns, and I hope you will love them, too. Most of all, I hope they will get you addicted to making these like I am!

Q: Can I use your instructions to make these to sell?

A: Of course! (And they make awesome gifts, too!) The only thing that you absolutely cannot do is share, copy, or reproduce my PDF, in whole or in part, in any way. (It’s against the law, of course.)

Do you have any other questions? I have a list of Frequently Asked Questions right HERE, and if you’re still wondering about something, you can let me know below in the comments, or feel free to contact me…I’ll be glad to help if I can.

“Thank you so much for the bonus pdf. They are so much fun!  I really appreciated the way you added time saving tips to your pdf instructions.  I have found some “free” instructions, but they are alot more complicated and time consuming.  Your methods not only save me time, but tons of money on extra materials that really aren’t necessary.”


scrappy no-sew Valentine's Day quilted ornament

“Dear Staci,Thank you so much for sharing your directions for making these beautiful ornaments. As a retired English teacher, I also want to thank you for your excellently written directions and beautiful illustrations. I’ve read many, many directions making quilts, doing embroidery, and just regular garment sewing, and yours are at the top.”


226 Responses
  • Roxy
    October 20, 2014

    I have purchased your tutorial for the quilted ornaments and am loving making them. I’m trying my hand at the ribbon ones using the 1 1/2 ribbon but it’s not enough to cover for the center at 3″. You mentioned you cut them a little longer. What size are you cutting them? Thanks for your help.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 23, 2014

      Hi Roxy! I’m so glad you like the tutorial. I just replied to your email a little while ago about the ribbon sizes. Let me know if you can send me a picture so I can see what’s happening. Thanks so much! :)

  • Lorri Kemp
    October 21, 2014

    Do any of your patterns include customizing the ornament? I want to print onto fabric my own picture for the center of the ornaments.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 23, 2014

      Hi Lorri…. The pattern doesn’t include the printing onto fabric part, but I do have a pattern that will show you how you can center a piece of fabric in the center, which is perfect for photos that you’ve printed onto fabric yourself. You can read about the pattern right here: https://theornamentgirl.com/blog/being-crafty/quilted-ornament-pattern/

      Let me know if you have questions! :)

      • Anonymous
        December 17, 2014

        Is there a way to get printed patterns? Not good with computers. Thanks, Karen Jenkins

  • Traci Ann Tilson
    October 21, 2014

    I purchased this ornament pattern and all I received was a link confirming my subscription. :( How do I get my pattern. Itching to get started here. :)

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 21, 2014

      Hi Traci… I’m so sorry about that! I’ve just re-sent the files. Let me know if you still don’t see them….and I apologize again for the trouble!

  • Marge
    October 22, 2014

    These are beautiful and I would love to try them with my autistic niece.

  • Kim
    November 4, 2014

    I purchased this pattern this morning and the email I received only has an address that leads me back here… NO PATTERN or instructions… =( Please Help.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      November 8, 2014

      Hi Kim… I’m so sorry about that. And, I also apologize for not seeing your comment here on my blog sooner. I’ve just re-sent your pattern. Please let me know if you still don’t get it!

  • Gail scott
    November 9, 2014

    Just finished my first ornament. I think I did a pretty good job and can’t wait to start another one tomorrow. They will make beautiful Christmas presents. Your instructions were so easy to follow and when I messed up trying to download the pattern you quickly got me set up to go again. I am so thrilled with the tutorial and look forward to following your site. Lastly, the pictures helped me choose my fabrics. I will send photos when I finish a few more.

    Thanks again,
    Gail Scott
    Vancouver island, British Columbia, Canada

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 30, 2014

      That’s awesome, Gail! I’m so glad you are enjoying making them. I’d love to see pictures!

  • Veronica
    December 3, 2014

    I had sent an email to you indicating I am still having problems downloading the Christmas Ornaments tutorial. I am anxious to start the project, please respond.
    P/s I had already paid for the ornament tutorials.

    Veronica Wauneka

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 3, 2014

      Hi Veronica…. I’m so sorry you had trouble downloading the tutorials. I’m having trouble finding your order….would you mind sending me the email address you used to purchase, so I can re-send? (You can send it to me on this page: http://theornamentgirl.com/contact). I’m so sorry again for the inconvenience!

  • Karen Poole
    December 3, 2014

    I have the Easter egg ornament and and really like it but I want to make round ornaments for Christmas are the fabric dimensions different?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 3, 2014

      Hi Karen…. Yes, they are just about the same. You can easily take the same basic technique from the egg, and transfer it to a round ball. :)

  • Stephanie
    December 18, 2014

    I purchased the pattern but only got 1 downloaded and lost the link. Can you help please!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 18, 2014

      Hi Stephanie…. I’m so sorry for the trouble! I’ve just emailed the pattern files to you. Will you let me know if you don’t get them? And, thank you so much!

  • Kathy butcher
    December 21, 2014

    i do not have a computer to get patterns. I would like ready printed instructions. Is that possible?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 30, 2014

      Hi Kathy…. I’m so sorry for the inconvenience, but no, I don’t have printed instructions at this time. I will update this post if that changes.

  • lynda
    December 23, 2014

    I’m in the hospital right now but would like to order this. Can you send me an email so it can be saved till I can get out to order. Thank you…Lynda

  • Millie
    December 25, 2014

    How can I purchase already printed patterns ? Would pre-pay for these. Have seen several questions like this, but have not seen any answers.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 30, 2014

      Hi Millie…. I don’t have printed instructions at this time, but if that changes, I’ll definitely update this page. I do apologize!

  • Linda Newman
    December 27, 2014

    Does this come with a printed pattern that can be download or???

    • Anonymous
      December 29, 2014

      I printed my downloaded PDF to put in a notebook for easy reference.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 30, 2014

      Linda, it’s currently a download only.

  • Chris Smith
    December 29, 2014

    I just finished my first quilted ornament and love it! Directions were easy to follow. My question is how to connect a ribbon to be able to hang it. Will sticking a pin through the ribbon stay in the ball? I am afraid it is to heavy and the pin will pull out.
    Can’t wit to start my next ornament!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 30, 2014

      Chris, you should have received a bonus tutorial for adding that hanging ribbon, and I’m so sorry… it sounds like you never got that one. I’m emailing it to you right now. I hope that helps you, and thank you! (Oh, and so glad that you found the instructions easy to follow!)

  • Janet
    January 2, 2015

    I have plastic ornaments that have one flat side on them. Will these patterns work on them of should I find the completely round ones. Your work is beautiful and I have many other crafts that I do and don’t really need another but these are too beautiful to not try!

  • Margaret
    January 3, 2015

    Hi there ornament girl.
    I would love to buy your pattern for the ornament. But I do not have pay pal nor do I use Credit Cards. I wanted to ask you if I could mail you a money order. If so please send me your information so I could receive the Pattern. I hope this works for you.As soon as you get my money, you can email the pattern.
    Thank you so much.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      January 3, 2015

      Hi Margaret…. Yes, absolutely! I will email you with my address info. Thank you!

  • Mary Ann Colaneri
    January 3, 2015

    unable to download patterns for tree, pine cone ornament and quilted
    ornament pattern…please help!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      January 3, 2015

      Mary Ann, I’m so sorry there was a problem downloading! I’m emailing the patterns to you again right now…. will you let me know if you are able to download them this time?

  • Linda McCarthy
    January 8, 2015

    I added the Easter egg pattern to my cart. How domI purchase it? I could not find where to check out?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      January 8, 2015

      Hi Linda… Usually a little “shopping bag” icon will appear in the lower right corner of your screen, as soon as you’ve added something to your cart. Do you happen to see that icon in the lower right corner of your screen? It’s not a very large icon… please let me know if it’s not there. I apologize for the trouble!

  • Joni
    January 23, 2015

    Hello, I purchased all your patterns. Do you have any measurements available for the styrofoam balls that are about 4″? Just wondering. Thanks so much.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      February 10, 2015

      Hi Joni…. I’m so sorry for the delay in my reply! For a larger sized ball, you have a couple of different options. The first option is to cut your fabric rectangles a little longer (about another 1/2″ or so), so that when you fold the sides down into triangles, the triangles are larger and cover a larger area. This way, you can put a little bit more space between your “rows”, to cover the larger ball. Another option is to just add extra rows. The great thing about these ornaments is that they are so versatile, and you can really do as many rows, as close together or as far apart, as you’d like! A friend of mine made me a large ornament a couple of years ago, and she did this….added lots of extra rows….. and the result was really gorgeous and intricate.

      I hope that helps, and thank you!!

  • Melanie. Boles
    January 31, 2015

    My question is whether the Christmas ball tutorial. And he egg toutorial are the same 40 page download.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      February 4, 2015

      Hi Melanie…. Nope, they are separate tutorials. However, those two are made using a similar technique….. the difference is in the fabric placement and pattern. :)

  • Joni
    February 7, 2015

    Still waiting for reply to my question above on January 23. :-) Thanks in advance.

  • George
    February 8, 2015

    My question is can you use ribbon to make the Quilted Tree Ornament?
    My wife is addicted to your tutorials and has purchased several. The “free you tube” ones
    can not compare to the ones you do!!!
    Can’t wait to see more!!!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      February 10, 2015

      Thank you so much, George, that makes my day!

      Yes, you can use ribbon for the trees. The process would be similar to folding the ribbon for the regular quilted ball ornaments (does your wife have the bonus tutorial that shows how to use wired ribbon? If not, let me know, and I’ll send it!)….. The only difference is, for the quilted ball ornaments, I usually take out any wires, but for the trees, I have found that it’s easier to leave the wire in. It helps to hold the shape of the “branches”. :)

      I hope this helps, and thank you again for your comment; I so appreciate it!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      February 10, 2015

      Actually, would it be okay to highlight your comment on one of my other blog pages? I’d love to “show off” what you’ve said about my tutorials. :)

      Thank you again!

  • Vickey Wessman
    February 11, 2015

    You have sent me the pattern twice and I can not download it. Keeps saying there was an error when it was sent.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      February 12, 2015

      Vickey, I am truly sorry. It looks like something is going wrong in transit with this pattern. I will go ahead and send you a refund. I’m just sorry I was unable to get this pattern to you..

  • Vicky Fite
    February 14, 2015

    Do you have a book with the ornaments? I am afraid that my computer will crash with all the downloads. Thanks

  • sharon maul
    February 27, 2015

    where did you get the material?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 23, 2015

      Sharon, I buy fabrics from all over; a lot from JoAnns, Hobby Lobby, and local quilt shops. I also buy from eBay occasionally.

  • Kathee Hixon
    March 7, 2015

    I ordered the tutorial and the $10.00 has been deducted from my bank account, but I have not received the information. Help!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 23, 2015

      Kathee, I just want to make sure that you received the email from my assistant, Nancy, with your pattern. Did you receive everything okay? Thanks so much!

  • Janet Jones
    March 18, 2015

    Hi Staci, will the 40 pages include instructions for the four ornaments pictured?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 18, 2015

      Hi Janet! The 4 ornaments (and all the others pictured on this page) actually follow the same pattern! They are all just made with different types of materialss and ribbons. The instructions will show you this exact pattern to follow, and once you learn it, you’ll be able to make ornaments just like the ones shown, and more. :)

      I hope that helps! Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  • Debbie
    March 20, 2015

    I made these years ago with ribbon. Just purchased your pattern. Love it, I have lots of leftover quilt fabric to use. How much died you fold over before you made triangles. I’m a quilter and use to precise measurements. I’m a perfectionist too so will probably iron my edges before I start. Is it a 1/4 inch? Thanks

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 23, 2015

      Hi Debbie…. Thank you for purchasing, and I hope you enjoy making them! I just replied to your email, before I saw that you had also left a comment…. I usually fold over about 1/4 or less of the rectangle. But, if I’m working with even smaller pieces (which you might start doing too once you make a few of these and have the technique down pat), I’ll fold down as little as I can possibly get away with. :)

  • Cindy
    May 1, 2015

    Do you ever have a problem with the pins coming out of the bow and hanging ribbon when you hang the ornaments?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      May 4, 2015

      Hi Cindy…. Hi Doty,

      No, I’ve never had a problem, because the pin I use to attach the hanger is usually a long pearl pin, and putting that through the multiple layers of ribbon and/or fabric has usually been plenty enough to provide a strong hold. However, if you would like to have some more security, you can always add a little dab of glue just below the hanger, right before you secure it down to the top of the ornament.

      I hope that helps! :)

  • Debra Euler
    May 6, 2015

    Please i would like to buy the book of all the ornament pattern in it please tell me how to get them

  • Cindy Long
    May 29, 2015

    I do not have an e-reader. Is there a format that I can purchase the book and patterns?

  • Susan
    July 8, 2015

    Beautifully made pdfs and GREAT ornie! Thank you!!

  • Karen
    July 16, 2015

    Stacy, i purchased two of your tutorials. Can you tell me how much material is used for one ornament. Do I need 1/4 yard per color or less. Please email me.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      July 17, 2015

      Hi Karen…. I just emailed you. You’ll need about 1/8 yard, and that’ll probably still leave you with a little extra. Thank you so much, and I hope you enjoy making the ornaments. :)

  • Karen
    July 18, 2015

    Some you tube videos say to cut material into 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ squares. If I recall your directions are for 3″ x 2″. Will it mmake a difference if they are cut 2-1/2 x 2-1/2″

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      July 19, 2015

      Hi Karen…. You can still use them, but I don’t prefer the squares myself. The directions that use squares usually fold them completely in half, and use the square shape to make the halves perfect. And so, half the square is essentially covered up and useless, AND the length of your folded triangle will be shorter as a result. So, less of the pattern will be actually showing on the ornament, and you’ll have to make your layers a little bit closer together to make up for that. In my pattern, I use a longer rectangle because I stagger the layers so that the ones with a patterned fabric show more (I just think it looks much nicer). With all that being said, if you’ve already cut squares, you can definitely still use them. You’ll probably just need to make your layers a little bit closer together than shown in the tutorial. I hope that helps! By the way, did you ever receive my email about the amount of fabric to use? I saw that you had also asked here on this blog, and was worried my email had wound up in spam….

      • Anonymous
        July 19, 2015

        Thanks for the information on that. As to your question, no I never received your email about the yardage.
        I looked in my spam folder but it was not there either. Last week I received an email for you in my regular mail so there would not be a problem.

        On another note – or quick question, when using ribbon for the layers on the ornaments instead of material, does it have to be the 2-1/2″ width or can 1-1/2″ inch be used.

        • Staci Ann Lowry
          July 22, 2015

          Hi Karen…. I don’t think you are getting my email replies. The email you did receive from me last week was from my newsletter list, which is a different email address…. that may be why you received that one, and not the others I’ve sent.

          In case you didn’t get the last one…. yes, you can use the 1 and 1/2″ width. I use them often. In fact, when I use the wider 2 and 1/2″, I cut them in half lengthwise, to get more mileage out of it… that makes those pieces even thinner than 1 and 1/2 (and they still work).

          Hope that helps! :)

  • Mary Farnell
    September 19, 2015

    Are there directions somewhere for substituting ribbon for the accent fabric in the Quilted Ornament Tutorial? I love that look but cant find any information on using the ribbon.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      September 20, 2015

      Hi Mary….. Yes, this e-Book comes with a bonus tutorial that shows how to use ribbon instead of fabric. You can use all ribbon, or combine both ribbon & fabric together. :)

  • Cynthia Ische
    October 3, 2015

    Hi there: I purchased your bundled ‘complete collection’ of patterns for $60 and am starting to look through them. I love them all and can’t decide on a favorite. The pinecone and tree ones seem to catch my eye the most, but again…they are all lovely. Could you give me your opinion and a ranking of difficulty level on them? Is there one you suggest I start with over the others just to get the hang of it? I will check your FAQ section also. Thanks!

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 4, 2015

      Hi Cynthia… thank you for purchasing my bundle!!

      I would recommend starting with the Basic Quilted Ball pattern. I think it’s the easiest to start with because it has the least amount of layers out of all the folded fabric ornaments. There’s also more room for error as you’re learning it. :)

      I hope that helps, and thank you again!

  • anna
    October 5, 2015

    your designs are awesome

  • Jean Ridder
    October 19, 2015

    Could you please resend the order that I placed. It was placed on 9/15 for 35.00. I downloaded it and can’t find it or the email.

    Thank you

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 20, 2015

      Yes, I sure can! Please let me know if you don’t see it in your inbox soon. :)

  • Sherryl Proctor
    November 12, 2015

    I purchased the basic quilted ornament directions, and got the wired ribbon directions, but I don’t see where I got directions for attaching a hanger? Is there one on the site?


    • Staci Ann Lowry
      November 13, 2015

      Hi Sherryl…. The bow and hanger tutorial was supposed to have been included in your email – I’m so sorry about that! I am re-sending it to your email now. Will you let me know if you don’t see it in your inbox soon?

  • Sonya Main
    November 14, 2015

    I cannot get the moonlight free pattern to load. I would like to save it to my computer so that I can follow it as I progress. Any chance of sending the link again please and hope it works. Thank you

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      November 16, 2015

      Absolutely, Sonya, I am sending it now. Please let me know if you still have trouble!

  • Mary Jean Schimmel
    November 16, 2015

    How do I download ebook after I’ve bought it?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      November 16, 2015

      Hi Mary Jean… thank you for ordering! An email should have arrived to you, containing links to the eBook files. I will go in right now and re-send them to you in case you didn’t get them. Will you let me know if you still don’t receive them in your inbox?

      Thank you again!

  • Michelle Wilson
    December 4, 2015

    What kind of glue do you use? I’ve been using a low-temp hot glue gun and it isn’t the most accurate etc.

      December 4, 2015

      Nevermind. I just found my answer on the moonlight ornament PDF.

  • Cindi
    December 11, 2015

    Can you do these with a 4 inch ball? How large would the pieces of material have to be? I have made 3″ ornaments and would like to make larger ones Thank you

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 13, 2015

      Hi Cindi…. Yes, absolutely. Just increase your rectangle size by an inch. You can also add an extra layer to each side as well if you want to. :)

  • Reba Robertson
    December 15, 2015

    I am unable to print out the three bonus tutorials, the only thing I get is the 42 page tutorial and it continually repeats itself. I sent you an e-mail, please respond. I have received copies of 10 or more of the 42 page tutorial…such a waste of paper. Please HELP ASAP as I wanted to make some fancy ornaments for Christmas. Thank you.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      December 15, 2015

      Hi Reba… I just replied to your email (I wasn’t fast enough for you! :) ) Will you let me know if the new copies I’ve sent work better for you?

      Thank you!
      Staci Ann

  • Laura
    January 18, 2016

    Where are the instructions for the Snowglobe ornament? Are they included in the basic instructions?
    Thank you!

  • Christine Carrigan
    January 28, 2016

    I’m trying to buy the eBook but the site won’t let me can you please help me? I have the new free pattern an open a account, ty Christine.

  • Frances Stone
    March 11, 2016

    Staci, I have misplaced or lost the E-book for the February ornament. I had surgery the week it came out and fear it was deleted from my email. How can I go about getting it sent to me again?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 15, 2016

      Hi Frances….. We sent you the ebook a few days ago and just want to make sure you received. Did it come through to you with no issues?

  • MF
    March 11, 2016

    Would these work for an 7 year old to make? She sews and does lots of other crafty things.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      March 15, 2016

      Hi there…. While the technique is certainly easy enough, my only concern is the fact that these ornaments contain a lot of straight pins. So, it is really up to you if you feel that would be an issue or not. :)

  • brenda roberts
    October 7, 2016

    Hello Staci, I made my first….My first sides looks pretty….but on the first side it went past half way on the ball…thus making my 2nd side lap over…I cannot figure out what I am doing.my sizes are correct, that was the first thing I checked. Have you made a video of the process yet?

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 10, 2016

      Hi Brenda… it is actually totally okay if your first half covers more than half of the ball a little bit. (in fact, it usually will). When you do your second side, you’ll just end up having to overlap that fabric a little. On that very last layer of the second side, you’ll need to trim a bit, as shown in the eBook. Does that help? Please let me know.

  • brenda roberts
    October 8, 2016

    Another question, I just purchased the set again in case you had new directions. But looking at the pics it seems it is about a quarter inch turn down…thus about 1 3/4 left to work with, then on the instructions for using ribbons you say to use 1 1/2 ribbon…
    I realize you do not turn it down but this is still a difference in the width your working with.
    I did find that the balls I purchased where 2.8 in size not 3. Sorry my mistake.

    • Staci Ann Lowry
      October 10, 2016

      With fabric, I do usually turn the pieces down *about* a third of the way. However, you don’t need to be exact at all with this part. And, that’s why using the more narrow ribbon still works. The width is not as important in my opinion, as the length. Yes, it does have to be wide enough to do the job, but with ribbon you can get away with pretty narrow, because of the fact that you aren’t turning it down. But the most important point of all this is not to get stuck on how far to turn down your fabric, and the overall width – that part CAN vary. :) I hope that helps, and thank you!

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