Tutorial Patchwork - Christmas Balls

In this tutorial about the world of patchwork you will see the execution of the Christmas balls, perfect for decorating your tree and especially to customize it as you wish.

What you need are: seam ripper, ball polystyrene (available at any home improvement store), pins, cloth, sequins, scissors, colored ribbons, pencil, file, brush, knife, pencil and meter.

Start by rubbing the surface of the file on the polystyrene ball to make it smooth, then with the meter calculated its circumference that are going to draw. Now, on the line of the circle marked a point every 4 cm and then draw the segments, then you go to recreate the reason that is proposed in the video tutorial. Now with the utility knife carve all parts of the plea, and then brush on the surface of the glue in small amounts and then place over the fabric of your choice. After placing the cloth, take the seam ripper and strung with that tissue into the slots previously recorded. Then cut the excess fabric. Repeat this process for any reason.

Finally decorated as you like using the ball of sequins or colored ribbons, and then add a ribbon for hanging on the Christmas tree. This technique is very useful to be able to recycle household waste and reuse the pieces for other projects.
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