As promised, I finished the Fat Cat ornie pattern. In keeping with many Lucky Black Cat formulas, these little kitties have the addition of Patchouli, Sage, Bay Leaf, Citrus Peel, and Sandalwood stuffed inside (a very small amount).
There are two patterns — one of the whole cat, and one if you prefer putting your pattern on a fold. Either can be used with muslin or perhaps felt kittens. The tail is one straight piece cut out of the same material and allowed to fray (no sewing on tail). You can use whatever you like for the tail — this is just a suggestion.
Enjoy! Refer to the complete article linked below to learn how to make a basic ornie.
- The Doll Whisperer – How to Make Ornies and Shelf Sitters – Hearts, Stars, and Piggies – Patterns and Instructions Included (silverravenwolf.wordpress.com)
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Do you use cinnamon on the black fabric to give it that “rustic” look?
Thank you for sharing! I am always trying to find a less obtrusive poppet for some of my family.
Blessings to you and yours.
Yes, the cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg mixture is powdered and rubbed on right before baking. When done, brush off excess, and you will have that rustic look.
You have such a magical name. I really lover your patterns. How long do the ornie’s smell good? I was wondering how to print out the patterns. I am not very computer techie. I love your cats and bats.! they would make cute ornaments on a halloween wire tree or halloween light chandelier!
there very cute
Adorable! I love your crafts!
Those cats are absolutely frikkin gorgeous.
They look like an absolutely mischevious but totally forgivable bunch ;). I’m thinking I need to bribe a friend with cake, to get them to bust out the sewing kit for these!!
You go! Cake is an excellent bribe.
Today I am going to make one of these ! : )
Love your stuff and for sharing all your talents.