Welcome to my Ornament Girl Inspire Series! Today’s ornament: a rustic Pumpkin ornament. Pattern Info: This ornament was made using the Kimekomi Technique. You can learn this technique on a ball, HERE, and then use it on a pumpkin (or any shape!) Materials Info: Made on a Soft Foam Pumpkin. This one was nice and simple, using…

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Welcome to my Ornament Girl Inspire Series! These posts won’t take you but a few seconds to read. Each one will simply contain an ornament picture meant to inspire you & give you some new ideas.  Today’s ornament: a Gold Enchanted Pumpkin Ornament. Pattern Info: This ornament was made with the Enchanted Pumpkin Pattern, which…

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Welcome to my Ornament Girl Inspire Series, and Happy Halloween! Today’s ornament: a cute Pumpkin ornament with an adorable beaded topper. Pattern Info: This ornament was made using the Kimekomi Technique. You can learn this technique on a ball, HERE, and then use it on a pumpkin (or any shape!) Materials Info: Made on a Soft Foam Pumpkin.…

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Welcome to my Ornament Girl Inspire Series! These posts won’t take you but a few seconds to read. Each one will simply contain an ornament picture meant to inspire you & give you some new ideas.  Today’s ornament: a Candy Corn Mini-Topiary. Pattern Info: This ornament was made with a combination of the Ruffle Tree…

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This Basic Star ornament is made with satin Halloween fabrics. Just a few tiny star sequins really make it pop! If you don’t know how to make these ornaments yet, you can learn in my Basic Star Workshop… it’s FREE!

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I get asked all the time if sheer fabrics will work on folded fabric ornaments. The biggest issue you’ll find when you use sheer fabrics, is covering the pins from the layer below. If you’re not careful, pins can sometimes show through sheer fabrics. You can easily take care of this issue by either… 1.…

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Stripes tend to look best when you make sure the stripes are running lengthwise through your fabric pieces when you cut them… that way they end up running outward from the center of your finished ornament (instead of going in all different directions and wonky-looking.) Of course… there are always exceptions to every rule. ;)

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You don’t always need to use a ribbon bow on your quilted ornaments. For this one, I made a hanger out of gold beads, sewing it under the gold trim to hold it in place, and then covered up any “messy” parts with gold sequins. Simple & elegant! Happy Ornament-ing!

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This is a fall pumpkin fabric that I found at JoAnns a few years back. I outlined the pumpkin (using the Snow Globe pattern) with a gold shimmery ribbon. The last layer is actually just more of the same pumpkin fabric. Then for extra sparkle, I added a few gold sequins and seed beads around the…

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