Christmas Tree Ornament - Fabric Sewn - SURPRISE end...CookingAndCrafting
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This simple tree is made with a small piece of fabric and a plate. This Christmas tree ornament is just the cutest!
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Cut out an 8 in circle. I used a dessert plate as a template, but you can use whatever is round that works for you.
Fold in half, right sides together, and sew on edge stopping about an 1-1/2 from the edge, leaving an opening.
Turn right side out and press. Top stitch around the entire half circle, tucking in raw edge and enclosing your opening.
About 3 in from the left side, fold the right side of the fabric over and continue to go back and forth until you come to the end. Press into place. I stitched it in place.
Attach a ribbon to the top on the Christmas tree. Hand sew to the back of the tree. Embellish it, or don't!
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