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  • Christmas ornaments: crochet Christmas tree for decor and gifts

    Christmas's day, Crochet, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts  |  0 Commentchristmas ornaments: crochet christmas tree for decor and gifts

     Christmas ornaments: crochet Christmas tree for decor and gifts  

  • Traditional Japanese embroidered balls

    Christmas's day, Embroidery, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Needle crafts  |  0 Commenttraditional japanese embroidered balls

    Temari Temari - Traditional Japanese embroidered balls, the ancient Japanese aristocrats entertainment, has become an art. In the VIII century Japan imported the first balls from China. Originally the balls were made of mothers and grandmothers of children from scraps of old kimonos. Fabric squeezed, was wound with thread and embroidered with decorative designs. Initially, the balls were intended to play down, they did so tight that they have actually jumped, and later similar toys used street jugglers, but eventually temari balls became more ornamental status. Balls with embroidered silk threads have appeared in XIV-XVI centuries. First

  • Symbols of Christmas + Patchwork Ornaments tutorial

    Christmas's day, Sewing  |  0 Commentsymbols of christmas + patchwork ornaments tutorial

    {made complete with bag, template, and definition of symbols} his tutorial will show you how to make your own set of ornaments, and if you click HERE, you will be able to download a pdf file with two printables, and also templates for your ornaments.  Be sure to click the green download button, and then choose a place you'll remember to store the file.To begin, gather your materials. For the ornaments: Fabric scraps, at least 3" by 5" in reds, greens, golds, and white Small scrap of white felt Cotton quilt batting, such as warm &