12 different patterns made with the same fabrics – #12DaysOfSummer – Day Four

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We’re on Day Four of the 12 Days of Summer Series, and the next ornament is made with…

The Kaleidoscope Pattern!

(Did you miss yesterday’s post and aren’t sure what this is? Scroll down to the bottom of this post for an explanation.)

The Kaleidoscope Pattern was our February, 2018 OG Club Pattern, and even though it’s a simple one, it’s one with a lot of possible variations. For this project, I took the pattern from 2 colors to 3 colors, by keeping the red & white contained in the center, and then outlining it all with blue. I love how it came out!

(if you were an Ornament Girls Club member during February, 2018, you can access the Kaleidoscope Pattern HERE.)

I hope you are getting inspired by all of these ideas. I’ll see you tomorrow with #5!

Happy Ornament-ing!

Staci Ann

p.s. Did you miss yesterday’s ornament? You can see it right here on my Instagram page (don’t worry… you don’t have to have an account to view the photos).

So what is this ’12 Days of Patterns’ thing?

A few days ago, I had a brainstorm: We have some fabrics leftover from our June Kit, and (now that I am moved and have a craft room again), I decided I wanted to try and make a bunch of different patterns out of those same 3 fabrics. There will be 12 different ornament patterns all together – all red, white, & blue!

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  • SueG
    June 26, 2018

    Hi Stack Ann
    I am loving the different ornaments; didn’t received Day 4’s email so came looking for it ? Another great design, thank you ? xox

  • Teresa Greengrass
    June 28, 2018

    Hi Staci Ann
    I love the idea of the different ornaments done in the same 3 fabrics. I’m gonna do this again with another combo and see how they all look. This is fun; I didn’t received Day 4’s email. I came to the blog to see which one it was. Just FYI. Another great idea!! The new shop looks great!! Thank you

    Teresa G.

  • Anonymous
    June 28, 2018

    Love this idea, can’t wait to see all that you try. When you are finished with the project, it would be helpful to know in total how much fabric you needed to do all 12 of them. Not looking for an exact amount but would be interested in ball park. I have several larger pieces of fabric that I have already made ornaments out of so interested to see if I could do all 12 from the fabrics.

    Thank you.

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