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I, Galina Kofod has many years experience making flowers from silk and fabric. The focus of these works is the Japanese SomeBana school. In recent years I has developed my own style and ...

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Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip
Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip
Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip
Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip
Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip
Leather ROSE brooch - hair clip

Pattern Description:

If you have been interested in making a leather flower , this is the perfect tutorial for you. You will create elegant and stunning rose using elements of Japanese Somebana technique. You will be amazed how fast and fun it is.
Skill Level: Beginners - Advance

The tutorial contains 10 pages with 23 clear and close photos, instructions and patterns. Numerous tips make this project easy to finish and help you create your own personal variations.

Link to instant download Step-by-step instructions with colour photos.

In order to create the same realistic leather flower I recommender you to use professional Japanese tools https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/162975985/15-brass-millinery-irons-flower-making?.
In this project I also used the Polyvinyl Alcohol PVA stiffener https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/127085896/polyvinyl-alcohol-pva-poweder-100g?ref=shop_home_activewas

Purchasing this tutorial , you have agreed to use it only for your personal, non-commercial use. The purchase of this pattern does not give you permission to copy this pattern.
(c)All rights reserved, apply to the design and illustrations of this pattern
Created by Galina Kofod - Galelina flowers, Australia
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Galina Kofod


  • flower making tools
  • stiffener
  • kid leather
  • scissors to cut leather
  • Strong clear glue
  • 2 Styrofoam balls / eggs or timber beads diameter
  • small brush
  • millinery wire

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