In this video, Monica will show you how she turned the Windmill Pattern into these stunning crowns!
Even if you do not have the Windmill Pattern, I think you will still love some of the ideas in this video.
And of course, if you would like to try out the Windmill Pattern, you can grab it right HERE.
(The Windmill Pattern comes with a full-length eBook AND video tutorial!)
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These crowns are beautiful, and your instructions make them easy to do! Thank you!
You are welcome, Kelly! Enjoy!
OMGosh, how beautiful!!!
These are beautiful can’t wait to make one myself. Have to finish the ones I’ve started first.
I hope you enjoy making one when your other ones are complete, Barbara! I have a long list of ornaments that I need to finish, so I understand your predicament!
Those are beautiful….and the instructions are perfect. Thank you so much for sharing. LOVE IT!!!
You are very welcome, Cindy!
this ornament is beautiful and the instructions are easy to follow thank you off to the store
Thank you, Mary! I am so glad that you found it easy to follow. Have fun making your crown!
is hard this , how beautiful ………
Now I am truly in trouble I just love these ones and can’t wait to get home and make one. I did make the Unicorn ones and they sold like hotcakes at the Arts and Craft fair. These are truly a work of art and thank you, Staci, for bringing her on board. Mary
That is great news, Mary! I am so thrilled that they were good sellers for you! Hope you really enjoy making crowns too.
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing, definitely on my to do list! You are so creative! Love your designs! 😍❤️👍
Thank you, Anita! Hope you are able to get through your to-do list and that you enjoy every moment of it.😊 Happy ornament-ing!
Your crowns are beautiful, but you didn’t show how to put the strips of fabric on to the hemi before putting the points around
Hi Nora! Since adding a band to the ornament is a topic that is covered in the pattern tutorials, I left that part out in an effort to keep this quick video tip somewhat short. Hope you found the ideas helpful and inspirational! 😊
Yes that’s what I want to know to it looks like they’re over lapping side way
Hi Carmen! I apparently missed seeing this comment sooner; I’m sorry. The top area of the crown ornament was completed using the “Windmill” ornament pattern , which is available exclusively on the Ornament Girl website. The Windmill tutorial demonstrates how to complete the pattern step-by-step. However, almost any other ornament pattern would work, including the Basic Star Pattern, which is available as a free workshop at http://www.theornamentgirl.com
I hope this helps! Happy Ornament-ing!
This is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing your idea, Monica! 🙂
My pleasure, Robyn!😊👑
This is absolutely gorgeous! I can’t wait to start making them. I am new to this and am just starting out with the basic star ornament. Where can I learn how to do the unicorn ornament too?!? It was great!
Hi Kimberly! The unicorn video is available to all Ornament Girl club members via the club website, on the “Ornament Workshops” page. Non-club members receive a link to the unicorn video as a bonus when they purchase the “Iris” ornament pattern. Hope this helps! 🙂
Love the ornament!!! But in order to make it you still need to know how to do the windmill pattern. Do you have to order the instructions?
Hi Renee! Yes, the Windmill pattern tutorial can be purchased separately. However, you could use almost any ornament pattern on top of the crown, including Staci’s “Basic Star” pattern which is covered in her (free) video workshop series.
I was going to use a 4″ hemi. What width would I use or how many inches to add to your original pattern?
Hi Donna! Since the pattern will need to cover about 1″ more than a 3″ ball, I suggest adding between 1/2″ – 1″ of length to each fabric piece. And for width, I suggest an extra 1/4″ (as a starting point) and then make adjustments as needed. It can take a bit of trial and error to discover the best sizes to use for various hemis, so I suggest NOT cutting all of your fabric pieces until you know for sure what sizes work best. (I speak from experience!) Hope this helps to get you started. Enjoy making your crown!
I think these would be lovely decor for a baby shower. And then they can be displayed in the baby’s room afterward.
I agree, Lisa! I’ve had several friends tell me they would love one included in their baby’s room decor!
R ur fabric piece straight or r they elongated triangle for the top ,and can u hang on tree as ornament at Christmas
Hi Carmen! Yes, you could certainly add a hanger to the top of the crown and hang it up if you wish! And all of the fabric cuts and dimensions would depend on whatever pattern you decided to use on the top. (The Windmill pattern was used in these examples).
Love the crowns. Especially the honey bee one. I raise honey bees. Do you have a kit of that one? Would love to buy it.
These are adorable. Thank you so much for sharing!!!
Really enjoyed the video. Doing a show this weekend with my own projects. But will definately try making these. They are beautiful. Is there a place where we can post pictures of our crowns?
Hi Susan! Yay! So happy to hear that you will be making some of these! Yes, please let us see what you make! Ornament Girl Club members often post their photos on the OG Club Facebook group page. Everyone loves seeing them there!
And if you use Instagram and post your photo there, please feel free to tag me and/or Staci Ann so we can take a look!
Happy Ornament-ing, Susan!
where do I get the fabric for the pink, silver, crown
Hi Virginia! I got the sparkly pink and white fabrics at Joann. The silver ribbon was purchased from WalMart. Hope this helps! 🙂