In The Hoop Turkey Ornament
It is that time of year when the turkey becomes part of our holiday season. Today I am releasing this new In The Hoop Turkey Ornament as my ode to that tradition. This project is fun because two hoopings are required. The first hooping uses a 4x4 embroidery hoop which creates the face and details of the turkey.
If you look closely at the picture, you can see that the face/body is attached with a U shaped stitch just around the widest part of the body. This creates a small pocket that is perfect to hide small surprises. What kind of surprises? Keep reading.
The second hooping is done in a 5x7 hoop and I love this one because you can go through your seasonal fabric. If you look at the picture above you will see all of the fluffy fabric edges or Chenille. This makes the fabric look like the turkey's feathers. If you have Fall inspired charm packs, they would be so cute in different turkey ornaments. If you have never done chenille techniques, it is really easy using a small chenille or wire brush. The design comes with a full set of color instructions. Also, I have created a video you can watch below to make sure you can work through the process. So be sure to check that out.
So what can you do with this ornament? Here I have used it as a napkin ring. These would be precious at each of your place settings. Remember that pocket created by the turkey face? Slide a small dinner mint or hand written note in the pocket for a sweet take home gift for your guests.
Another unique idea would be to add a few drops of scented oils to a small piece of felt. Slide the felt into the turkey pocket and make your own seasonal air freshener. Hang this in your kitchen, bathroom or car. Bringing a bottle of wine to a gathering? Hang it on the bottle for a cute hostess gift.
If you don't want to hang it as an ornament, you can always use the turkey as a cute mug rug to dress up your work space.
I bet you have other creative ways to use an In The Hoop Turkey Ornament. Fall is a season of many blessings and my wish is that yours is very full. I hope you have enjoyed this post, share what you learn and are generous with what you create. Someone will appreciate your hard work.
12/12/2020 05:25:58 am
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12/12/2020 08:51:31 am
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