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Monday, January 04, 2010
More Handmade Presents for Christmas 2009 - Wool Felt Santa Ornaments
Besides all the punchneedle and cross-stitch shadowbox presents I created for Christmas 2009 I decided to create some wool felt ornaments and bought several wool felt kits to do so.
One of the wool felt ornaments kits I bought was "Santa Ornaments" Mary Engelbreit #85310 Plaid From Bucilla. The "Santa Ornaments kit contained pre-printed felt, cotton floss, needles, beads and embellishments, and instructions to make six hand felted Santa ornaments.
What I loved about the pre-printed felt pieces was that each was sequentially numbered and this number was stamped on the felt pieces where it was to be sewn. So you could easily follow from the sequentially numbered pattern piece to the stamped felt piece it was to be sewn to and to the instructions.
The instructions were multi-lingual and were easy to follow. They also contained pictorial diagrams for creating the various stitched that were to be used to create the ornaments. The ornaments were completely hand sewn.
Here's my results:
I decided to keep one set of the three Santa's and give the other set to my daughter-in-law for her Christmas tree.