Ranunculus Rose Fabric Flower

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Ranunculus Rose Fabric Flower Pattern


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Sewing: Ranunculus Rose Fabric Flower
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Ranunculus Rose Fabric Flower Headband
Ranunculus Rose Fabric Flower Ring

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

I only learned about the Ranunculus Flower when I started being a member on Etsy. We don't have this kind of flower here in Manila so I researched on Google. Oh, it was love at first sight! The Ranunculus has been one of my favorite flowers since then.

This fabric flower tutorial is so easy to make especially if you are a crafter who is just beginning to sew, You only need simple hand sewing techniques (running and back stitches) to create this elegant flower.

If you are also a visual learner like me, you will love this tutorial. I used a lot of full color images with detailed descriptions to help guide you on finishing this flower.

NOTE: You can find the headband pattern for free on my website: http://www.jewelboxballerina.com/how-to-make-an-embellished-elastic-garter-headband

Skill Level: Easy with a little patience.

Skill Required: Simple back stitch and running stitches.

Flower Type: Ranunculus Rose

Instructional Images: 24

Instructional Pages: 14


  • Ribbon / fabric strip
  • threaded needle
  • hot glue
  • scissors
  • bead,
  • fabric or felt patch

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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