Turkey Centerpieces

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It doesn’t get any easier than this! No sew, no waste, recyclable centerpieces for the upcoming holiday.

 

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Moda Candy

Medium or large pine cone

 

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If you collected your pine cones from outside, clean them up before using.  Brush out any dirt or webs and let them soak in a mixture of water and vinegar. The cones will open up in the water. Allow them to dry completely before using.

You can also buy pine cones ready for crafting at many craft stores and online.

Choose the prints you’d like to use from your Moda Candy pack. You need 7 to 13 per pine cone. Simply fold each Moda Candy square  in half and finger press. Tuck into the pine cone along the lower half of one side to create a feather tail.

When you’re done eating that real turkey, just remove the fabric pieces from your centerpiece and put them back in your sewing room for another project!

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Oda May

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The Moda Bake Shop is a division of Moda Fabrics that provides online recipes which you can use with the wide range of Moda Pre-cuts. All sizes and types of projects will be featured from various designers and shops. Tutorials for various Moda projects sheets will be illustrated with step by step pictures. Some techniques and products will also be featured throughout, so check back often for what is "baking" here at Moda Fabrics.
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2 comments on “Turkey Centerpieces

  1. Judy ISNOGLE says:

    I REALLY LIKE THE BARN DANCE QUILT AND WILL BE ONE OF THE QUILTS THAT I WILL BE DOING IN NEAR FUTURE. I ENJOY LOOKING AT ALL THE BEAUTIFUL QUILTS THAT YOU PUT ON AND THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ABSOLUTELY GREAT KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

  2. Lanetta says:

    I am always looking for craft projects to make with my 4 year-old granddaughter, Ava. The Turkey Centerpiece is a “winner” and I can’t wait to work on it with her.

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