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Folded Fabric Star Ornament


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Show your love of patchwork patterns by making quilted ornaments that look like quilt patterns but don't require any sewing! Folded Fabric Star Ornaments are made by overlapping pieces of folded fabric in intricate patterns on a styrofoam ball and securing them with pins.

Folded Fabric Star Ornament
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Other

Difficulty Level: Easy

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It would be so nice if you showed a picture of each of that emails projects on the front page. To click and look at each one, one at a time is so very time consuming, And I guess my laptop is slow but it takes a long while to open and then go back and then click and open another and then go back........ Most of the time I don't even look.

I'm made many of these, pins hurt my fingers after a while, so I use a drop of glue instead of the pins. They weren't so heavy when completed.

I made these ornaments for friends this Christmas and they were very appreciated. The fabric I used required that I use steam to get a crease and there were many braised fingers before my husband came up with the idea of holding the fabric in place using the two tined fork from my utensil set. Worked great! The space between the tines was large enough for the tip of my iron to press about halfway before moving the fork. Husbands can be very useful.


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