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Thread: christmas tree ornaments

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    Sophie2 please show us a picture of your log cabin ornament. It sounds so pretty.

    I like the rag ball ornament Quilty-Louise, and the yo yo wreath ornament too cfuzzy.
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    JuneBillie, I will take a picture tomorrow and post it then.
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    i like that fuzzy ball too. dollar store 'stuff' and balls makes it cost affordable

    Louise, about how many squares does it take,
    also, when you punch the squares in, does it matter if the right side is facing out or the inside??
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    JuneBillie, you asked for pictures of my log cabin quilt ornaments. I have also attached a few other ornaments I have made that are quick and easy. I can look up the patterns if anyone wants them. Name:  IMG_0452.JPG
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Size:  1.24 MB The santa's were real easy to make as they were made doing strips of fabric so you come make many at a time.
    Sophie2

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    I buy tiny wooden embroidery hoops (3" dia) and embroider a picture/sketch/outline of a winter scene on it with the year and bow and hang it on the tree or give them as gifts.

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    I crocheted 6 doz. candy cane covers. Hubbie handed them out at church. They take maybe 10 min. to make and very small amount of yarn.

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    Sophie, i LOVE that cat!!! he is so so cute! The dog is adorable too.

    linda h, what kind of covers for candy canes?
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    such cute ideas, ornaments r always fun to make, thank u for the ideas
    Mary

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