My Easy Felt Hoop Ornament is a bright and colorful project that can be completed on the go! I love giving handmade ornaments to my friends and family every Christmas, and embroidery hoops are the perfect frame. Kunin® Classic™ Felt Craft Cuts are made in the USA from recycled plastic (mostly water bottles) and come in a huge variety of colors. The Free Printable patterns make this a quick and easy craft to complete in about an hour.
Kunin Embroidery Hoop Ornament for Christmas
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Here's what you need to make an Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornament:
- Kunin® Classic™ Felt Craft Cuts 9” by 12” – White, Red, Apple Green
- Wooden Embroidery Hoop – 4” in diameter
- E6000 Fabri-Fuse Fabric Glue by Eclectic Products
- Embroidery Needle
- Anchor® Embroidery Floss Spools – 304 Cherry Red, 906 Parrot Green Medium Light
- Tombow MONOTWIN Permanent Marker
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- Straight Pins
- EMBROIDERY HOOP ORNAMENT PATTERNS – download below ⇓
Here's how to create Easy Ornaments for Christmas:
To begin the Easy Felt Hoop Ornament for Christmas, gather all supplies. I love that with just a few simple and affordable materials, you can make personalized ornaments for everyone on your Christmas list with Kunin® Classic™ Felt Craft Cuts, embroidery hoops, and embroidery floss.
Unscrew the metal bracket at the top of the embroidery circle and remove the center ring from the outer ring. Lay the center hoop down on your work surface, place White Kunin® Classic™ Felt on top, and then fit the outer ring making a sandwich. Tighten the metal screw and pull the felt gently from the back to get a snug fit.
Download and print the EMBROIDERY HOOP ORNAMENT PATTERNS below ⇓ then roughly cut them out with scissors. Attach the three berry patterns onto Red Kunin® Classic™ Felt and the two leaf patterns onto Apple Green Kunin® Classic™ Felt with straight pins. Cut out the patterns with scissors and dry fit onto the hoop.
Secure the holly berries and holly leaves onto the hoop with straight pins. Thread an embroidery needle with 304 Cherry Red floss and attach the three holly berries with a straight stitch. Thread an embroidery needle with 906 Parrot Green Medium Light floss and attach the two holly leaves with a straight stitch around the edge and through the center of each leaf.
Flip over and trim the Kunin® Classic™ Felt as close as you can to the back of the wooden hoop with scissors. Run a line of E6000 Fabri-Fuse Liquid Fabric Glue along the cut edge to secure into the hoop. To complete the Easy Felt Hoop Ornament, tie lace or ribbon in a loop with a bow and glue it onto the metal screw at the top center of the hoop to create a hanger. Trim any long ends of the lace or ribbon with scissors. Finish the back with a circle of Kunin® Classic™ Felt in a color of your choice. To create a keepsake ornament, stitch the date and your initials on the backing before attaching it to the finished ornament.
Easy Felt Hoop Ornament for Christmas
I hope you will use my Kunin Christmas Ornament project as a jumping-off point to showcase your Kunin® Creativity and create keepsake ornaments to give as gifts or attach to presents as gift tags. Felt is an easy-to-use, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but stylish projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!
Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing the tutorial How to Wrap a Gift Card with Felt. Kunin Classic is one of the best materials to use when making handmade holiday decor, including gift bags, gift card holders, and ornaments. This adorable project is perfect because you can use it as all four of these – an ornament that decorates the tree which holds a gift and a gift card.
Creating handmade felt ornaments is such a great holiday project that crafters of any skill level can do with confidence. These Felt Gingerbread Star Cookie Ornaments are not only adorable, but they are such a fun and easy craft to add some “sweet” holiday spirit to your home. To help you get started, Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama is sharing a FREE pattern for you to make your own set of Felt Gingerbread Star Cookie Ornaments!
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