* pipe cleaner poinsettia

Posted on November 26th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Holiday, Martha.

I bought the bump chenille stems a long time ago meaning to make these, but only finally did it while playing with my niece this weekend. The Marthadex failed me when I tried to search for the instructions in the magazine, but luckily the pattern’s up on her website. I used bits of yellow pipecleaner for the middle instead of the called for fake flower pips. It was my niece’s idea to add the leaves.


10 Responses to “pipe cleaner poinsettia”

  1. Talin Says:

    Hello I was wondering you can help me with this project.I work @ school and I was just wondering how can you help me to get those pipe cleaner poinsettias for our Holiday project
    please let me know A.S.A.P

    Thanks Talin

  2. mis. cool Says:


  3. Margy Says:

    I have been looking on the Martha Stewart webpage for hours and cannot find the pattern for these. Would someone be able to go to the pattern, copy the webaddress and past it into an e-mail to me.

    OR if you have the pattern, could you e-mail me a copy?


  4. Donna Says:

    trying to make a variation of the above bump chenille pointsettias. How the hec do you accomplish even twisted ends that stay put.
    Sept. 29, 2007

  5. Debra Says:

    Does anyone have the Poinsettia pattern to email to me? My daughter in law is very crafty and was looking for this or a similar pattern. She has lost somethings in a recent move.


  6. Martha Says:

    Could someone please tell me where to find this pattern. It is NOT on martha stewarts website. I have all the materials to make these. Thanks

  7. Jimmielynn Says:

    Looking for the poinsetta pattern also. I agree it’s not on Martha Stewarts website. I would love to have it. I have also bought all the materials and have tried to do it and have not been able to get mine to look anything like a poinstetta. Help!

  8. Cathy Says:

    I am looking for the Bump Chenille Pointsettia pattern. Can anyone help. If you have it please e-mail it to me. I would appreciate the help.

  9. jocie Says:

    Better Homes and Gardens website has the instructions…www.bhg.com/holidays/christmas/garlands/pretty-chenille-poinsettia-garland/


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