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I love to design original heirloom quality Christmas ornament patterns. My ornaments are sewn by hand from wool felt and love. Coffee figures in there a lot too. And a few other things!

I take lots of time with each of my patterns to make sure they are accurate, detailed, and laid out in an easy to follow, step-by-step format. I always include lovely sample photos and professionally drawn, clear diagrams. I write very detailed instructions so you'll never be left guessing, and I throw in a lot of tips. Customers tell me my patterns are more akin to buying a craft class than a sewing pattern! My goal is for you to be feel supported with the process and end up with a beautiful ornament that you can be proud to give as a special gift or to hang on your own tree.

To find out more, click on the pattern series you are interested in:

Twelve Days Ornament Series
A 12 pattern series of wool felt folk ornaments inspired by the original 1780 carol, The Twelve Days of Christmas. There are 15 ornament projects in this series.

'Twas the Night Ornament Series
A series of sparkly, vintage looking wool felt ornaments inspired by Clement C. Moore's 1823 poem, A Visit from St. Nicholas – more commonly known as The Night Before Christmas. This is a new series that is under development. The first pattern in the series, Santa Claus, is now available.

New series to be announced 2020
Think Charles Dickens.


  1. Hi, I have been making 2 sets if the 12 days of christmas series - 1 for my mum and 1 for my mother in law. The patterns are easy to follow and accurate and I am really pleased with the results. I hope to make a drawstring bag for them to be stored in and would like to sew some writing on the bag '12 days of Christmas' (imaginitive), is it possible to know the font you use on the ornaments to replicate on the bag?
    Many thanks in advance

    1. Hi, Amelia! Thanks so much. The drawstring bag is a lovely idea! I made my own font up for the numbers. If you used something like Bodoni and just outline it, it will look very similar. Just a thought -- a bag will protect them but they may end up looking a bit squashed after storage? A multi-tiered box of some kind might do a better job (and you could still embroider a label), but of course a box has the disadvantage of being larger than a bag.


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