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Thread: Folded Star Ornaments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teen View Post
    OH Annie....so glad you enjoyed making them. Please share pictures of your ornaments. Isn't Mr. Domestic a hoot? Lol..
    He is! I was following another tutorial, and just couldn't seem to follow it. Switched to him, and what a difference! Loved his tips on ironing and gluing. Still need to add hangers to them...I like how they seem to multiply too...the more you make the more you want!!

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    Those are adorable ornaments. Thank you for sharing where you got the pattern. I think I will have to go and check out Utube. I think this would be a great little gift to add to my goodies that I give the neighbors.

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    Where can I get written instructions for these. I tried to follow one on you tube but could never make them?
    Thanks for any help you can give me Cathy Antone tumrub
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    Cathy...here is a link to written instructions with pictures...good luck...

    https://craftingarainbow.wordpress.c...-fabric-stars/
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    Very nice! I'll have to try this sometime. the kids and I used to make paper ones for the tree years ago.

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    Beautiful! I love making these.

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    Those stars are done just like the paper Moravian stars I’ve been making but the fabric ones are just made with the first step. They’re lovely and it will be a project for my church Ladies group for this year 😁

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    I went on a trip with about 45 people. I made two assorted gifts for each of them. We stop at a place that had these little stars in their gift shop. A couple on the trip bought me one of these, as she knew I like to make things. It was my first time seeing them.
    Yours came out very nice.
    Thank you Teen for posting a link to the instructions. I may just have to try a few.

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    I made those once in a group. They can be quite pretty.

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