Sunday, July 19, 2015

Felt Ornaments

First, I would like to thank all of you who sent healing thoughts with your kind words my way when my arm was injured and I was in a lot of pain. The pain is now gone and I feel back to normal again and ready to sew and knit more and of course blog more too. I had finished a few things, but I couldn't use the computer very much because it was painful to use my right hand to type and using my left was so slow going. So now that I can type again I will be posting some things I made.

These felt ornaments I made for an upcoming fall class I will be teaching. I made several to show, but will teach how to make either the circle or the heart. It can be made into an ornament to hang or a brooch to pin on a jacket, etc. I will show how to stitch some simple embroidery stitches by hand. The students can stitch as many or as few different stitches as they desire.
Penguin ornament.
This is one of the choices for the class I will teach. The students can add as many circles and as much embroidery as they desire.
Flower.
Santa.
This heart or the one below can be made in the class.
A simple heart can be stitched with some basic stitches with a few stitches or densely embroidered as desired in the class.
All the felt ornaments together.
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13 comments:

  1. This should be a fun and creative class. Santa is my favorite.

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  2. hello Daryl,
    I'm so glad your feeling better, you are right back to making beautiful things again. its good to have you back to blogging.
    tara

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  3. Daryl, glad to have you back. How fun to teach a class for these adorable felt ornaments.

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  4. Daryl, glad to have you back. How fun to teach a class for these adorable felt ornaments.

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  5. I'm glad you're feeling better! Looks like a fun class you'll be teaching with those cute felt ornaments.

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  6. Cute ornies. I'm so glad you are healed and able to post again!!

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  7. Lovely and how fun to teach a class and share your talents. I love working with felt for so many projects. High on Life July...and hope you aren't overdoing your arm.

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  8. I wouldn't be able to resist that penguin! Have fun and yes, take it easy:)

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    1. Hmmm you have given me the idea to start making little wool oranments NOW for NEXT year!! LOL!!

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  9. So happy to hear that you're doing better! Those are very sweet little ornaments, although it terrifies me a bit that we're looking at fall and winter already!

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  10. I'll bet it feels great to be able to type again (and do other things as well.) A person doesn't realize how much you take for granted doing certain things until you aren't able to do them for a period of time. When I broke my shoulder and was in a brace for three months... I came to a whole new appreciation for a whole range of daily activities.

    Your embroidered decorations are all lovely. And the snowman Santa and penguin are such fun!

    I do hope you'll come link them up to this week's Stitchery Link Party. http://www.supermomnocape.com/2015/07/20/vintage-embroidery-monday-stitchery-link-party-15/

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  11. Cute ornaments! I think I need to make that flower one!

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  12. How beautiful! I love them, particularly the pinguin! Lovely stitching. :-)
    Pinned

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