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Folded Star Cross Stitch Ornaments

by Carmella Troisi-Hoerr

The long awaited sequel to Carmella’s first ornament book that celebrates Cross Stitch & Quilting.  This E-Book is filled with 28 all new designs and ideas.  Make them for yourself or share as cherished gifts!

Price $7.95 | PDF Ebook Download

Folded Star Cross Stitch Ornaments

by Carmella Troisi-Hoerr

The long awaited sequel to Carmella’s first ornament book that celebrates Cross Stitch & Quilting.  This E-Book is filled with 28 all new designs and features elaborate trimming ideas.  Make them for yourself or as cherished gifts!

PDF EBook | Price $7.95

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Easy Cross Stich Folded Star Ornaments Annie's

Annie’s Publishing re-released the original as a PDF EBook in 2015. It is availiable as a downloadable product on their website. It’s the original book – same charts, same instructions –  but the cover is a little different. The book cover has been updated & the only visible change from the first edition. 25+ years later, we’re amazed that interest in this book prompted a new release. We are very grateful to see the book in print again, reaching a whole new generation of stitchers & quilters. 

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First Edition

Easy Cross Stitch Folded Star Ornaments ASN Publishing

The Original Book was published in 1989 by American School of Needlework, Inc. and promoted as “. . . a new pin & fold, no-sewing technique. Complete instructions for creating & finishing these clever ornaments are included with the twenty-eight quilt inspired cross stitch designs.” American School of Needlework is no more & purchased by Annie’s Publications, a division of DRG Publishing. Older copies are still found, listed on various online book & resale sites. They’ve been seen on. . .

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Easy Cross Stitch Folded Star Ornaments ASN Publishing

First Edition

The Original Book was published in 1989 by American School of Needlework, Inc. and promoted as “. . . a new pin & fold, no-sewing technique.” American School of Needlework is no more & was purchased by Annie’s Publications, a division of DRG Publishing. 100,000 copies were printed and all have been sold. Older used copies are still found. They have been listed on various online book & resale sites.  They’ve been seen on. . .

AbeBooksAlibris • AmazonEbay

Easy Cross Stich Folded Star Ornaments Annie's

Available Online

Annie’s Publishing re-released the original as a PDF EBook in 2015. It is availiable as a downloadable product on their website. It’s the original book with the same charts & instructions, but the cover is a little different. 25+ years later, we’re amazed that interest in this book prompted this new release. We are very grateful to see the book in print again, reaching a whole new generation of stitchers & quilters.

Get the Book from Annie’s

Holidays

This ornament features gold highlights in the four corners to add twinkle & guarenteed brighten your holidays.

Ohio Star

This star was based on the traditional Ohio Star quilt block & adds flower like accents in the corners.

Solid Checkers

Solid star points with a checkboard center makes this our favorite for beginners. Easy to stitch, easy to quilt.

Holidays

This ornament features gold highlights in the four corners to add twinkle & guarenteed brighten your holidays.

Ohio Star

This star was based on the traditional Ohio Star quilt block & adds flower like accents in the corners.

Solid Checkers

Solid star points with a checkboard center makes this our favorite for beginners. Easy to stitch, easy to quilt.

Our Tips, How To’s and More

Which Costs More?

We wanted to find out which is more expensive – precut or standard bolt fabric to make cross stitch folded star ornaments.

Jelly Rolls

Jelly Rolls are convenient and the best thing to happen for those who make cross stitch folded star ornaments.

It’s OK To Hit The Easy Button

Here’s one of our secrets that may help you when you make your next ornament.

Fat Quarters And Ornaments

Fat quarters are pre-cut pieces of  fabric that are perfect for counted cross stitch folded star ornament making.

Trimming Your Ornaments

Coordinating the finishing trim with the cross stitch centers & fabric is a design priority.

Fabric or Floss First

It’s always fabric first and coordinating ALL the fabrics needed for the ornaments, including your Aida cloth.

The Beginning

How being a new mom, broke and stubborn resulted in a published craft book and an idea is still alive today.

Fabric Mask Pattern

At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, we developed this pattern using a serger & offered it online worldwide. We made & ultimately donated over 1000 masks to a wide variaty of health care workers, organizations and individuals. This is a FREE pattern for all, forever.