Browsing Category Quilted Ornament Patterns

how to make a quilted fabric tree

Friday, October 19, 2012

Finally. I've finally got my quilted fabric tree pattern finished. The reason it took me so long is because I just kept coming up with more things I wanted to add to it. At first it was just going to be the basic instructions for making a quilted tree. But then I wanted to add how to make ...

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pinecone ornament pattern

how to make a quilted fabric pinecone ornament

Friday, August 10, 2012

I've just added a new ornament tutorial to my shop. I've wanted to get this one done for awhile, but it's been slow going...these things take me forever to write! :) This one will teach you how to make a quilted "pinecone" ornament. It's 37 pages (in PDF format) and has over 50 close up photos ...

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How to make a quilted “Snow Globe” ornament

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

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 ...

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quilted ornament with ribbon tutorial

how to make a quilted ornament using wired ribbon

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

There are some gorgeous holiday ribbons that can be found at craft stores, department stores, and even dollar stores around Christmas time, and using them to create a quilted ornament adds an entirely new dimension to the craft. Since there are so many different textures and patterns available, the possibilities are virtually endless. Using ribbon in ...

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

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

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 ...

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