Saturday, August 22, 2015

Gold Ring pattern is in the shop!


Ornament No. 5, rollin' off the assembly line. I'm not sure why this Gold Ring pattern took so long to get out. Well, yes I am. Trips, vomit viruses, busyness, family in the hospital, freelance jobs, other projects and also a few days of general summer apathy sprinkled throughout. But it's done! I can see fall coming around the corner and I'm getting excited! Tights! Wool skirts! Soups! Cozy Christmas handmaking!


*singing in operatic falsetto* Fiiiiiive gooooold riiiiings...
Or blue rings. Or pink rings. No reason you can't sew outside the box. I'm a big fan of unexpected colors.


There's room on the back to add a name or date if you like.


This ornament, just like the previous four in this Twelve Days series, uses a Sulky printable stabilizer to streamline the process. It really makes the whole thing so quick and easy. No hand-tracing or transferring embroidery patterns! Just print and sew right on the printed lines. YES. Then the stabilizer dissolves away in water.



To download the PDF sewing pattern for Gold Ring or any of the other Twelve Days series, visit my Etsy shop or my Craftsy shop. I plan to release Goose a Laying this fall!

11 comments:

  1. I love how this turned out! Great job!!

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    1. Thank you, Skooks! I'm so glad it's done.

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  2. Congrats, you! Another awesome pattern, beautiful as expected!

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    1. Thanks so much, sweet Grandma G! You are always so encouraging!

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  3. WOW these are really beautiful. Your creativity is exceptional, dear Larissa. Thank you so much for making and sharing

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    1. Hello, Rosemary, thanks so much for your kind words! All glory to God for the creativity part. :-)

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  4. Gorgeous design! I love the colors you used in the rings. I am still working on my year one ornaments but am super excited with each new release!

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  5. I love this. You are so clever! This maker needs to get making on these. I really want to try that stabilizer. Glad you are having a good summer. Sorry to hear about vomiting, viruses, and hospitals! Enjoy the end of summer!

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