Ornament Club Pattern Stitched by Katherine B.

Katherine made a few changes when she stitched her ornament and was kind enough to share her work with me.


Stitched by Katherine B.

Instead of a fabric she used Holly Green Mill Hill Perforated Paper for stitching her ornament and substituted DMC Jewel Effects and Pearlescent Effects for the Kreinik threads, all with great results. She noted that she’ll be adding a felt backing and a silk hanger to finish things off.

Getting these pictures in my inbox this week has really made me smile. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate seeing everyone’s stitching, it brings a whole new level of excitement to both my stitching and my blogging. I am thankful for each and every one of you.

Happy Stitching!

P.S. It’s never too late to join Ornament Pattern Club and start stitching your ornaments. You’ll start off on the first pattern (which is the one you see here) and get a new pattern automatically every 30 days for a full six months.

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Includes 6 per pack This sparkling collection of holiday themed shades includes one skein each of the following dazzling colors: E321-Red Ruby E130-Gemstones E699-Green Emerald E3821-Light Gold E825-Blue Sapphire and E5200- White. This pack also includes a 16-page booklet with six cross stitch and embroidery designs using these glistening shades. Plus stitching hints for working with Light Effects specialty threads are provided along with easy care instructions.

About Loretta

Passionate stitcher. Mom of four amazing young men. Wife to a comic book geek who makes me smile every day. Transcriptionist by trade. Gluten-free by necessity. Writer at heart. Seeker of knowledge and reader of novels. Dreamer of big colorful creative dreams.


  1. Lovely.

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