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Thread: Scrap Christmas ornament

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    Scrap Christmas ornament

    I just watched Jenny do an adorable giant Christmas ornament on Missouri StarQuilt Co. It is made with scrap Christmas strips and tin foil. Has anyone tried it? If you did, what fusible did you use?

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    Here's the link. Looks interesting...
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    Looks soooooooooo cute!
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    Looks pretty cute - thanks for sharing

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    What a darling ornament!

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    That is so cute. I thiink she says she uses Pellon fusible. You could put insulbrite in between the layers and use them for hot pads too.
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    My plan is to make 16 of these to put one in each patient's room at work! Thanks for the wonderful idea!
    Go forth and sew!

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    I love this; her tutorials are always so inspiring!
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    Ok that is to cute think i will put names on the ones i make...
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