I just got home from the Emerald Coast Modern Quilt Guild Christmas lunch and ornament swap. We had a great time and there were so many cute ornaments exchanged. I made these and Kelly got them!

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I found the link online at Betz White’s blog, “Woven Christmas Ornaments” at http://blog.betzwhite.com/2011/12/fabric-star-ornament-tutorial.html.

I will post a few pictures of how I made it with a few things I did. First, keep the weaving tight as you go.

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It’s real important to keep the second set of weaves tight. This is where I began to use binding clips.

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You can also use some Elmer’s School Glue to keep it from moving. Just squirt a little in between the woven pieces once they are tight.

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I used a punch to make the hole.

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A metal crochet hook and red embroidery thread were used to make the loop.

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That’s it. They are fun and easy. If you like origami, there are also great paper star directions at http://highhopes.com/3dstar.html and http://www.gratefulprayerthankfulheart.com/2009/11/1-year-blogging-anniversary-tutorial.html.

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One Response to Woven Christmas Ornaments

  1. Kira says:

    thanks!! I love these!

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