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Thread: Quilted Christmas (for gift) Ornament

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    Thank you for posting these. I enjoyed watching. Although I keep saying I will make the folded ornaments, time gets away from me. You know how that is.

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    I really loved the Heirloom balls with the photos on them! Great idea!

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    I like the Heirloom balls also, hope to find time to do a few for gifts. Thanks for the stes appreicate it.

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    Really cute

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    WARNING---UNLESS YOU WANT TO GIVE UP EVERYTHING ELSE AND JUST MAKE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT BALLS, DON'T WATCH THIS SITE. THEY ARE SO ADDICTIVE AND FUN. I STARTED MAKING ONE LAST YEAR FOR OUR CHRISTMAS TREE AND ENDED UP MAKING 60 AND OUR CHURCH LADIES MADE 60 SATIN ONES FOR OUR CHURCH TREE. I USED FAKE SNOW, RED BERRIES AND THE ORNAMENTS AND IT WAS THE PRETTIEST TREE EVER. I ALSO MADE A BASKET OF THEM OUT OF 1930'S FABRIC(BEAUTIFUL). THEY WERE SO PRETTY I USE THEM ALL OVER MY HOUSE IN FALL COLORS, SPRING COLORS, WHATEVER. THEY ARE GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Wonderful, thanks for sharing this with us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodyma
    WARNING---UNLESS YOU WANT TO GIVE UP EVERYTHING ELSE AND JUST MAKE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT BALLS, DON'T WATCH THIS SITE. THEY ARE SO ADDICTIVE AND FUN. I STARTED MAKING ONE LAST YEAR FOR OUR CHRISTMAS TREE AND ENDED UP MAKING 60 AND OUR CHURCH LADIES MADE 60 SATIN ONES FOR OUR CHURCH TREE. I USED FAKE SNOW, RED BERRIES AND THE ORNAMENTS AND IT WAS THE PRETTIEST TREE EVER. I ALSO MADE A BASKET OF THEM OUT OF 1930'S FABRIC(BEAUTIFUL). THEY WERE SO PRETTY I USE THEM ALL OVER MY HOUSE IN FALL COLORS, SPRING COLORS, WHATEVER. THEY ARE GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Too late! I'm going to buy styofoam balls tonight!!

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    Thanks for the links.

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    Good Tute, however, on the second one, I had to shed some tears, my brother could play the piano just like Floyd Cramer and he used to play "Last Date" for me often when I could catch up with him. He fell dead with aheart attack in 1997 at the age of 51. I miss him so much, but I could clse my eyes and pretend he was playing. Thanks for the memories!!!

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