DIY Yarn Ornaments from Katrinkles come in several shapes and styles that work for nearly any holiday and are a quick and easy way to satisfy your inner yarnie. I recommend stocking up on them so you always have a quick gift on hand.
The kit used in this post was provided by Katrinkles. All opinions are my own.
If you thought Katrinkles only carried notions and tools for knit and crochet, then I have news for you! Katrinkles also has DIY yarn ornaments. In additions to several styles of stitchable wood ornaments, they also have some that don’t require any stitching. You can see more about the other Katrinkles products HERE.
The DIY Yarn Ornaments come as a kit. You can see my kit opened above with the 2 ornaments, plenty of embroidery thread, felt backs that fit perfectly because they are laser cut, and the hanging cords. The two cards of stitchable buttons in the photo are just to show you some of the other awesomeness from Katrinkles.
When I stitched my mitten ornaments I didn’t fret too much about the thread ends. I knew I would be gluing the backs on and that would seal everything down nicely. For the hanging cords I just pulled the 2 ends to the back and left about 3/4″ to glue down. No knots needed.
Next I grabbed my Surebonder Glue Gun and glued the felt back onto the finished DIY yarn ornaments. That’s it, all done!
If you’re having a hard time deciding how to stitch your ornaments, there are plenty of samples at the Katrinkles Etsy store HERE and the Katrinkles website, HERE.
Now get stitching for you handmade holidays, these are so fun!
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