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Fabric Scrap Ornaments

Fabric scrap ornaments
Its beginning to feel a lot like Christmas…

Fabric Scraps, Ornaments, Baubles

Sy here again and I have been making fabric scrap ornaments for the Unravel & Unwind Christmas window display.  How has your week been?

Here’s another way you can upgrade your drop-in on Mondays and Thursdays:  Get started making your own fabric scrap ornaments!

This one is obviously a Christmassy one, using red scraps and some gingham, but you are only limited by your own imagination on this one!

Come on down and stash-dive, choose your fabrics and literally Get Stuck In!

Fabric Scrap Ornaments supplies

We have everything you need here at the studio, but if you can’t get to us, here’s what you need:

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It’s really as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4!

  • Cut 1 to 1-and-a-half-inch squares out of your fabric scraps.
  • Pierce a shallow hole in your polystyrene ball with the knitting needle.
  • Put a dab of glue in the hole.
  • Use the knitting needle to push the fabric square into the hole.

Repeat this process.  When you’re done, pin a ribbon into the top and hang your ornament!

Happy Crafting!

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