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Thread: Snowflake Fabric Christmas Ornaments

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    Snowflake Fabric Christmas Ornaments

    For those of you who requested a tutorial on these ornaments, I cannot give you one but here is the link to purchase the pattern for $1.75 each. If your guild wanted to purchase 12 or more patterns you will receive a free ornament to use as an example. Enjoy and Merry Christmas

    http://pennymarblequilts.com/catalog/i12.html


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    Very pretty. I just saw something like them at my quilt shop.
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    Really cute!!!
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    I took a class on how to make these at my LQS. Fun to do.

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    fabric ornament

    Quote Originally Posted by twinkie View Post
    For those of you who requested a tutorial on these ornaments, I cannot give you one but here is the link to purchase the pattern for $1.75 each. If your guild wanted to purchase 12 or more patterns you will receive a free ornament to use as an example. Enjoy and Merry Christmas

    http://pennymarblequilts.com/catalog/i12.html


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    I seen this done with paper on pinterest and I believe there is a pattern. If your smart (not like me you could probably figure it out how to do with fabric

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    Believe me, it is not easy to figure out, at least for me. We had three pages of instructions and a teacher for the class at our quilt guild. It would have to be someone much smarter than I am to figure it out. However, for $1.75, (the cost of the pattern) I would rather do it with a pattern.

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    http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2...tutorials.html. Here are the instructions for ornament. I googled free ornament patterns. So many neat ones.
    Robin in Brownwood TX

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    They are very easy to make I have made about 10 already and found out that If I used my glue gun it was faster than other types of glue.

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    thanks for the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob529 View Post
    http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2...tutorials.html. Here are the instructions for ornament. I googled free ornament patterns. So many neat ones.
    Robin in Brownwood TX
    thanks!!!!!

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