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How to Customize Embroidered Ornaments that will delight

Imagine you found the perfect pattern for embroidered ornaments, but the colors aren’t exactly your style. It’s like looking for the perfect recipe for cookies. After you find one that is really close to what you’re looking for, you still want to change out a couple things. But, will they taste good? Look amazing? Will they become some inedible mess your dog won’t even eat? I might not be much help in the kitchen, but I can offer you some…

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Easy Embroidered Word Ornaments Stitch along

Gathering friends has always been one of my favorite things. This year, most of that gathering has had to move online. Therefore, I am introducing my Embroidered Word Ornaments stitch along. A relaxed and fun slow paced group where we stitch and encourage together. *The stitch along is now over but if you would like to see the videos sharing the stitches and tips and tricks you can find them in my IGTV. You can find the pattern for the…

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Embroidered Word Ornaments PDF Pattern

A simple, handmade, heartfelt holiday season is what these Embroidered Word Ornaments evoke for me. I love the clean lines, simple embroidery and sweet messages each of these mini stitchings holds. I am so thrilled to finally present this pattern for sale to the world, it has been years in the making! These ornaments first made their appearance in this post sharing how to make my Joyful Snowflake table runner. Requiring only three basic embroidery stitches- back stitch, satin stitch…

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Floral Crown Ornaments

The fabric for this post was provided by Riley Blake Designs/Penny Rose Fabrics. The project and opinions are my own. Pinewood Acres is a beautiful woodland themed fabric line that immediately reminded me of the cabin my grandparents built and where I spent many weekends of my childhood. We would spend hours in the trees, looking for treasures, making up games and going on adventures. There were always lots of deer to be seen, and fortunately, never any bears!I decided…

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