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Holiday Felt Ornament Giveaway

I’ve been working on a new holiday decor pattern set featuring an embroidery design of holly leaves and berries. The design itself comes from an 1820’s dinner dress at the Metropolitan Museum of ArtI previously released this design on my historical costuming website, but felt it had a lot more potential than just as a holiday dress.

For example, I think it would make a great vintage-inspired table runner, cushion cover, stocking, or ornament. The pattern pack will include the patterns and embroidery files for a table runner and stocking. The samples are sewn, and I have a photo shoot scheduled this weekend. Once I finish up the instructions and hear back from my pattern testers, it’s a go. 

While you wait, I’m giving away this darling red felt heart embroidered in wool thread with holly leaves and berries. It was a test scrap, but just too pretty to throw out, so I found a way to use it. Giveaway ends December 12th, and I’ll pop it in the mail to one lucky winner, so it (hopefully) will be there in time to brighten up your holiday decorations. 

Holiday Ornament Giveaway

Holiday Ornament Giveaway

Enter below to win the red felt heart ornament pictured above. Giveaway only open to US residents. 

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4 thoughts on “Holiday Felt Ornament Giveaway

  1. Do you plan to digitize some of the patterns that were on the earlier dresses? My fellow re-enactors oohed and aahed yestesterday.

    1. Hi Brenda, thank you for your interest! I digitize historical designs and sell them over at romanticrecollections.com, with the aim to make them as historically accurate as possible for re-enactors. I’m hoping to also develop a line of patterns using those designs in more modern contexts, like these holiday decorations, so that they also appeal to people outside the world of costuming. I’m always open to suggestions for designs and often run polls about new designs, so feel free to add your input.

  2. You know I don’t really sew etc, but I was thinking how pretty this would look around the border of a circle or a line skirt (something with a little more fabric or drape to it?)

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