Yesterday I gave you a pattern for a good, basic holiday stocking. Today it’s felt ornaments. (Psst! Visit this post to see how to combine my stocking pattern and this ornament pattern for extra fun!)
But now. . . ornaments. The pattern (click here to download) includes some really basic shapes – a tree, a stocking, an ogee, and two circles. The fun comes with what you do with these basics.
Add rickrack. (Boy – do I love rickrack or what?)
Add fancy vintage trim!
Layer them together with a bit of really simple embroidery!
Don’t feel like you’re tied to traditional colors. I love these yellow and orange ones! (Especially nice too for folks who celebrate solstice.)
Download the free pattern. Gather up your tiny scraps of trim, your odd beads and buttons, your little bits of yarn – and have fun! These shapes are really simple and fun for kids to play with too. Put on some Christmas carols, serve up some cookies, and let them sew the rickrack on with the machine (nice easy straight lines). They – and you – will have a blast. I promise.
Read this post for the best part – combining the stockings and these ornaments in really inventive ways. 🙂
You know what’s neato? You are! Thanks for the inspiration and patterns!
PS – I love ric rac too!
Thank you so much for your generosity!
Do you have the pattern and instructions for the s
Do you have the pattern and instructions for the Snowman tissue holder. I saw the picture with your website name on it. Thanks Jan
Sorry! I have a monster tissue pattern, but no snowman.