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Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Part 17: Cookie for Santa Ornamnet

on tree
Supplies:
  • size 5 pearl cotton embroidery thread
  • needle/ scissors
  • felt color for cookie and tag
  • optional beads or sequins for chips on cookie
  • fuzzy yarn
Order of events:
  1. Cut circles for cookies and cut tag shapes.
  2. Add cookie to corner of tag; use French or colonial knots to attach to tag (optional here; you could use seed beads or sequins instead).
  3. Stitch around edge of tag with blanket stitch. One I couched the fuzzy yarn; on the other I used it to do the blanket stitch. Either way, rough up yarn with finger nail after stitching to make it fuzzy and not matted down.
  4. Embroider desired words. I didn't draw letters ahead of time because I wanted it to be more free-form, like a little child wrote it. I also did not do this before the cookies and edging because I wanted to see how much space I had to work, with but you can do those three steps in any order you wish to make it easy for you.
  5. Add hanger; done.
side by side
DO NOT USE THIS PATTERN TO MAKE THINGS TO SELL FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY!!!!

5 comments:

  1. I like the way you used the fuzzy yarn under the blanket stitch. I never thought of that!

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  2. So clever! The chocolate chip cookies are too cute!

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  3. I understand chocolate chippers are his favorite.

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  4. I really like the tag look. Such a good idea and the cookie on it just makes it perfect.

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  5. We don't "do" Santa at our house, but I can see this adapted to just a plate of cookies, representing all the Christmas baking that I need to do today! LOL

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