If you’re not a quilter or fabric-a-holic then you may not know the name Tula Pink. Tula Pink is a fabric designer and has a huge following. I’m in a Tula Pink swap group on Facebook and each month there is a swap for an item. The organizer matches you up with someone else who’s signed up for the swap. For the month of November the swap was a Tula Pink ornament. I had started out making an English paper pieced star and that soon fell by the wayside. It was taking too long because it was hand pieced. I opted for using the video from Mister Domestic on the Scandinavian star ornament. Betz White also has a tutorial for the star, as well.
Here’s the Mister Domestic video:
I used Tula Pink’s Linework fabric line for the Scandinavian star ornament. My partner likes all the colors of the rainbow so I used four different fabrics and made it scrappy. Once you get the hang of how the ornament comes together, you can whip them out pretty quick. The most time consuming part is cutting and pressing your strips of fabric before beginning. It’s my least favorite part. Anyway, here’s the ornament I’m sending to my partner.