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Glory! Christmas Ornament Cover

By: Rhondda Mol from oombawkadesigncrochet.com
Glory! Christmas Ornament Cover
Glory Christmas Ornament Cover

"This ornament cover is designed to fit over a 54 mm plastic ball ornament. Add a little handmade to your holiday celebration and work up one of these Christmas Ornament Covers in less than an hour! They make great gifts - I made a few for my daughter’s teachers at school! Photo tutorial included for: Magic Ring Invisible Join (to finish off) How to Join to Pieces of Fabric with a Slip Stitch Seam How to Join New Yarn with A Slip Stitch Suggested yarn Lion Brand Bonbons (Metallic) Hook size 3.5 mm (E)"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialYarn

Easy

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These would be great to cover some of the old ornaments that I havent been wanting to use due to discolouration and scratches. They could also be used without a decoration inside of them. Just blow up a small balloon inside of it and coat it with some fabric stiffener.

This is such a cute idea! I've never thought of crocheting an ornament cover. The best part is that now I can buy some cheap ornament balls from the dollar store and cover them with my own design. What a great way to save money!

This is a great idea. I have quite a few old ornaments that are faded or scratched and yet I can't bring myself to toss them away. This will really fix them up. If I use glitter yarn in white, green and red, they will be very pretty. Thank you for sharing.

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