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Say Cheese! Camera Ornament Pattern

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The holidays are full of photo-ops when friends and family gather together. Make this sweet camera ornament for the shutter-bug on your list! A cute gift or décor for your tree that says, “Smile!” My printable PDF instructions include step-by-step diagrams, pattern templates, stitch glossary and all the assembly directions you'll need to make this ornament. Finished camera measures about 3” x 2” x 2", not including hanger. What you'll need to make this ornament: 3” x 7” Charcoal grey felt for body 6” x 8” Light Grey felt for details 4” x 6” Black felt for lens and details Embroidery floss in: Black, White Craft glue, such as Aleene’s Tacky Glue 3 small buttons: 2 black, 1 white Small handful of fiberfill Soda bottle cap (Plastic, from 1 or 2 liter bottle) Thread Embroidery needle Baker’s twine or other cord Disappearing ink marker Small embroidery or fabric shears Freezer paper (optional but advised) SEWING PATTERN ONLY. Finished products and materials are not included. This item is a downloadable PDF pattern for an ornament you make yourself. No hard copy will be mailed to you. Purchase of this pattern does not constitute transfer of copyright or license for commercial usage. All images and patterns copyright 2018, Betz White Productions, LLC. All rights reserved.

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Betz White
Betz White
Betz White has built a career on thoughtful design, skilled craftsmanship and a focus on Earth-friendly materials. She is a graduate in fashion design from the University of Cincinnati, a former children’s wear designer and the bestselling author of <i>Warm Fuzzies</i>, <i>Sewing Green</i> and <i>Present Perfect: 25 Gifts to Sew & Bestow</i>. Betz has been featured on Martha Stewart’s television show as well as on the cover of Craft magazine and on numerous craft podcasts. Her bold aesthetic combined with her education in apparel design result in a unique offering of patterns and projects for the modern sewer.