I'm a mom of two young girls and a clothing and accessories pattern designer! I love to design useful, beautiful items to wear and use. :) I grew up with a love for art and crafting, and minored in ...
I'm a mom of two young girls and a clothing and accessories pattern designer! I love to design useful, beautiful items to wear and use. :) I grew up with a love for art and crafting, and minored in studio art in college so I would keep art in my schedule! You can see all of my patterns at birdsongpatterns.etsy.com.View all patterns by designer (11) »
Fabric lover? Or ribbon lover? It doesn't matter - with this 3-in-1 e-book for beginners, you can choose your favorite method!
This versatile accessory is perfect for a formal occasion or for every day use! You'll learn the following techniques with step-by-step instructions and 40 photographs:
*How to make the Annabelle flower out of fabric
*How to make the flower out of ribbon
*How to attach it to a clip
*How to mount your flowers to a headband - either a fold-over elastic headband for babies or a hard, skinny headband for older girls or adults
This quick pattern will allow you to create flowers for all types applications - by themselves as hair accessories, for bow centers, and on shoes, coats, purses and belts. This flower and its many variations would make a sweet addition to a boutique dress. I've included a chart with headband sizes for various ages, in both inches and centimeters.
This pattern only requires you to know how to cut fabric or ribbon and how to do a running stitch. In the book I recommend using a rotary cutter/mat for your cutting, but you can easily use a ruler and scissors if you prefer.