WeAllSew Tutorial: How To Make Mini Patchwork Ornaments - Part 1

What's better than a gift from a store for the holidays? How about a handmade gift made with love and a personal touch! Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a new tutorial to show you how to make Mini Patchwork Ornaments that any friend or family member would love. And stay tuned, part two of this tutorial is right around the corner.


From Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew:


"Learn how to make mini patchwork ornaments with simple 9 patch blocks, and discover some helpful tips for sewing tiny quilt blocks.


Finishing at about 3.5″ x 3.5″, these 9 patch blocks are perfect for decorating your holiday tree, adding to a wrapped gift, or hanging anywhere you want a little cheer.


Sewing patchwork this small can be fidgety, but the results are so cute! The 9 patch block is one of the most basic blocks to sew, and it’s very versatile. In Part 1 of the mini patchwork ornament tutorial, I’ll lead you through the process of making a simple 9 patch mini block and show you how to create three different block styles; a basic 9 patch, opposing corners, and square in a square. In Part 2, I’ll show you how to finish the block into a mini ornament, and how to add half-square triangles to the mix to make star blocks. Grab your materials and get ready to sew!"


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