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Thread Wrapped Ornaments: A preview to an upcoming free tutorial

Last night I dusted off a holiday craft project that I haven’t done in a few years. Check back Friday for a free tutorial and video demonstration. I forgot how addictive and fun it is to make these ornaments. They’re a big hit with the kids, too, which is an added bonus.

I ran today, too. I didn’t go far. Just far enough to be reminded that running a 25K faster than my first attempt is going to be tough. Hopefully, I’ll be feeling more confident once I get my mileage and endurance built back up. The mountain always looks huge from the valley. This is all part of the process.

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Comment from umatji
Time: December 3, 2009, 4:45 am

they look great! can’t wait to see the tute. i’m sure it will be a goo one only missing one thing – can i get a link to find extra time from you as well?!

Comment from Tina Dalasinski
Time: December 4, 2009, 1:55 pm

Like the ornament can’t wait for the tutorial on them.

Comment from Joyce Bolthouse
Time: December 4, 2009, 11:21 pm

Jennifer, could you please send the pattern for the Dec.4 Dragon Bows? I would like to do this craft with my little sister at a Christmas party with the Big Sister program.
Thank You, and a Blessed Chrstmas t you and your family.
Joyce Bolthouse

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