DIY Stitched Ornament

Posted by Meghan Quinones

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I have to admit, I have never really embroidered before. I remember as a kid giving it a try, but I guess it never really stuck. When I saw the Sublime Stitching Embroidery Patterns, I knew I had to give this craft another try!

What drew me to the Vintage Ornaments were the adorable designs. The patterns looked pretty basic. Remember: I am new at this and easy is my best friend! All you have to do is iron the pattern right to your fabric. The best part is, you can use the iron-on over-and-over! You can make 3 of the same design if you want! I also only used one type of stitch for my entire pattern. This obviously made it much easier for me. I only had to remember one stitch! You could, however, use different stitches if you are more advanced!

If you are not feeling the ornament, make sure you check out some of our other textiles you can decorate!

You can grab the Sublime Stitching Embroidery Pattern - Vintage Ornaments (and other patterns) when our sale launches!

Here's what you'll need:

- Sublime Stitching Embroidery Pattern - Vintage Ornaments

- Cotton Fabric

- Sublime Stitching Embroidery Floss

- Embroidery Hoop

- Embroidery Needle

- Scissors

- Ribbon

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Let's Get Crafty!

Cut out your pattern.

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Iron your fabric, then iron your pattern to your fabric (follow the directions on the back of the package).

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Place your fabric in the center of your embroidery hoop.

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Cut your floss and tie a knot at one end. Go from the back of your fabric up through to the front an then back down.

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Go back up through your fabric. You will wan your need to go up through he middle of you first stitch. Repeat this over your entire pattern.

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Add your ribbon or twine to the the top of your embroidery hoop.

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