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All patterns included here are FREE!!!  To download to your computer, click on "download" button.

To print the PDF patterns at the correct size, change the "page scaling" to none, un-check "auto-rotate and center" and choose "paper source by PDF page size."


If you are using any of these patterns to create something for a child,

please read this first.  Childproofing Patterns



Free Primitive Ornies Patterns



Halloween Kitty Ornies

Fast and easy to make, you will love this pattern.  All 3 kitties stand approximately 8 inches tall when completed.  Requiring few supplies makes this an ideal pattern for craft fairs.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.




Close to My Heart Pocket Ornies

You won't believe how quick and easy to make these sweet little pocket ornies are.  With few supplies needed, make up several in an afternoon.  Approximately 8 inches tall with greenery.


To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.






Nesting Chenille Hen Ornies

These cute little chickens look great displayed on top of fixins, but would also be great as peg hangers, aattached to a wreath or another craft pattern you're working on.  The ideas are endless.  Quick and easy to make with few supplies needed make them ideal for craft fairs and bazaars. 

Here's an idea - my kitchen has a "chicken" theme.  So I made six chickens (3 with the head pointed towards the right with the next 3 pointed towards the left), I attached a small piece of jute to the upper back part of the chicken, and I hung them as a "border" at the top of one small wall in my kitchen (see picture on right).

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.



Freedom Flag Ornies

Cute and colorful, this threesome celebrates our independence day. String them together for a fourth of July garland, add ribbon or jute and they become peg hangers. Decorate your home by displaying them in a container on your table, on a shelf or in a curio cabinet.

Quick and easy, with only a few supplies needed, they are perfect for craft fairs or flea markets.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.


Chubby Annie Ornies

Fast and Fun, create several of these Chubby Annie Ornies in just an afternoon.  With very few material requirements, you will love this pattern.  Approximately 6 inches tall.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.



Annie Bowl Fillers

Cute, sweet, and absolutely adorable, these Annie bowl fillers would look great anywhere.  Use them as bowl fillers, put a hanger on the back and hang them on hooks or knobs in the entry way, kitchen, or anywhere; would also look charming as Christmas tree ornaments.  Pattern includes their cute little dress as well as their tag which is also a Lillie Mae’s Crafts original design.  These Annie’s are approximately 8 inches tall.

To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.


Top of the Morning Shamrock Ornies


Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these adorable shamrock ornies. Little gentlemen, they come with the top hat pattern also. Fast and easy with minimal supplies needed, these would be perfect for craft fairs. Add jute or ribbon and you can use them as peg hangers; would also be great for add-ons to wreaths, included in pockets, etc.


To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.




Sparkle Tulip Easter Egg Ornies


Brighten any room in the house with these sweet colorful Easter eggs.  Perfect for craft fairs as they call for few supplies.  Great for add-ons for wreaths, Annies, etc., or add jute or ribbon and use them as peg hangers.  The picture unfortunately doesn't do these justice, they are absolutely gorgeous.


To print see instructions on Printing Instructions page.












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