Friday, November 13, 2009

Christmas Sack Ornies

Christmas Sack Ornies
copyright *2007 by Libby Bryant
Rusty Shed Primitives

Things you will need:
9 - muslin drawstring sacks (size 3" by 4")
graphic sheet (in my share box)
1 - sheet iron on transfer paper
polyester fiberfil

These muslin Christmas Sack Ornies are cute and easy to make. Print out the graphics on the iron on transfer sheet, cut out the little squares leaving 1/4" space around the pic borders. You can coffee stain the muslin sack or leave them plain as I did. Heat your iron and start ironing the squares on the sacks, according to instructions for the iron on transfer paper you're using. Once you have all sacks with the images ironed on them, start filling them with polyester fiberfil. Pull the drawstrings and tie so they won't come open again. Use the drawstrings to hang the ornies on tree or use them as bowl fillers. You can add other embellishments to the tops of the sacks if desired; green moss, homespun bows, use your imagination and have fun!

My tutorial may not be distributed, reproduced or copied in any way. You can make this for yourself or for sale, but you MUST give me credit as the designer.


  1. Hi Libby ! Love your blog ! I am following . Such nice pics of your work !

  2. Libby, I love your blog, Iam a follower.
    I LOVE the Christmas sack ornies, you do such great work!!!

    They must look so great on a Christmas tree!!!!

    God Bless friend,

  3. Hi Libby thanks for the pattern and the tutorial on these sack ornies. You are ve welcome for the graphics, let me know when the book is ready.
    I will be posting more graphics on my website soon!

  4. Hi girls and thanks for your comments and following my blog! I'm following yours too.

    Colleen I have a special folder just for your shared graphics and LOVE them! I'll be sure to let you have first peeks! Thanks again for sharing your graphics!

  5. I love the sack ornies you are the best Libby
    I'm going to make some.. woo hoo :)