2 Technique Rolled Rose

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2 Technique Rolled Rose Pattern


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Sewing: 2 Technique Rolled Rose
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic sewing skills - running stitches and whip stitches
  • hot gluing (optional)

Pattern Description:

The Rolled Rose is also one of my most popular Fabric Flower Tutorials. It's classy and compact, that you can use it as a cabochon bead. In this easy to follow tutorial, you will learn 2 techniques: Sewn and Glued. This tutorial is perfect for crafters who are just beginning to sew since I only used simple hand sewing techniques like the whip stitches and the back stitches.

Created with the visual learner in mind, this tutorial is easy to follow. I used a lot of full color images with detailed instructions so you will be guided on each step.

This Rolled Rose is so versatile. You can use it as embellishment on rings, earrings, bracelets, headbands, clips, bags, dresses, bouquets, etc.

Skill Level: Easy (with a little patience)
Skill Required: Simple whip stitches, back stitches
Flower Type: Rolled Fabric Roses
Techniques: Sewn and Glued versions
Materials: fabric strip, needle and thread, glue gun, scissors, beads or vintage buttons
Pages: 33 instructional pages
Images: 60 instructional images


  • 1 inch wide strip of fabric
  • threaded needle (optional)
  • hot glue (optional)
  • beads (optional

About Designer

About Designer

JewelBallerina on craftsy.com

Hi! I'm Eliza and I love to create tutorials. I started creating tutorials back in 2010 as my excuse to create pretty things while enjoying my love for photography.

Aside from creating tutorials, I love cooking, walking around and getting lost along the streets of Manila , and doodling clouds and pirates for my little nephew.

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