Back in July I did a couple of ornament tutorials using styrofoam balls. I really enjoyed it, and have made another 7-8 as gifts for my family so far. But I wanted to try out yet another style of ornament, so I’m here to share with you the process for making a snowglobe ornament! If… Read More Snowglobe Ornament – Add Some Holiday Magic to Your Cross Stitch
I’ve had the idea to make a poseable 3D cross stitch for a long time now. Over a year ago I designed some patterns based on the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild butterflies thinking that’d be the perfect thing to turn into a hairclip or pin. I drew them at an angle though… Read More 3D Plastic Canvas Poseable Cross Stitch Butterfly Tutorial
Hello again! I’m doing another Christmas ornament this week for you all. I already had all the materials on hand after last week’s quilted balls tutorial, so I went ahead and tried a different style. This time, we’re making another fabric ornament style that divides your ball into quarters or eights. As before, I did… Read More Fabric Ornament – Make your own Cross Stitched Lens Baubles
I planned to do some ‘Christmas in July’ type designs this year, but time kind of got away with me. Instead I’m going to learn how to make some quick cross stitch ornaments, starting with this quilted folded star ornaments. How is it July already anyway? I feel like this year has both horribly dragged… Read More Quilted Cross Stitch Ornaments – Fabric Christmas Baubles
It is time once again for yet another cross stitch finishing technique! This time, the elusive humbug. Similar to the biscornu, it’s hard to tell what these are really designed to be, other than extremely adorable. I’ve seen them used as pin cushions and christmas ornaments. If filled with rice or other heavier materials they… Read More Humbug Tutorial: Ornaments, Pin Cushions, or Scissor Fobs?