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Votive Candle Wraps

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Materials
  • Light weight, easy to tear, tear away stabilizer or opaque wash away stabilizer
  • Tulle
  • Organza
  • Light weight cotton or any fabric that allows you to see the glow of the candle or light from behind it

  • Designs used in this project
     


    Step 1:
    Placement outline: remove hoop from machine and place material over placement line. Tack down stitch: remove hoop from machine and carefully cut excess material from around the placement line. Zig zag tack down stitch. Satin outline stitch. Left and right side pieces, button hole.
     
    When finished, carefully cut center line of the button hole. This will be where you thread your ribbon for tying.
     
    Design Center Pieces: this is your main design. Choose a color of your choice.


    Step 2:
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    Take the 3 pieces and with a needle and matching thread, whip stitch the side pieces to the center piece. Thread a piece of ribbon threw each button hole as shown in picture


    Step 3:
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    Place wrap over candle and pull ends together and tie in a bow. You can slide the wrap up or down the candle as you like.


    Step 4:
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    Shown is a small candle jar. The ribbon ties will allow you to adjust the wrap for different sizes of votive jars or small candle jars.


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    Meet The Author: Rhonda Slack
    I am a work at home mom and a retired Air Force wife of 20 yrs. I have traveled the world with my husbands career and loved it. My favorite is still Guam. I sew and donate to New Borns In Need and to my local Church Humanitarian Projects. I learned to digitize out of the pure love of the embroidery machine. It's great to be an American! God Bless Our Troops and Bring Them Home Safely.

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