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Fabric Flower Mayumi Rose Tutorial


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This origami inspired tutorial pattern is named after the Filipino-Japanese debutante named Mayumi who invited me in her debut party back in 2002. This elegant fabric flower is so easy to make. As a visual learner, I used detailed and easy to follow steps and a lot of full color and high quality images to thoroughly help you learn every technique in this tutorial. There are two types of Mayumi Rose that I am going to help you create - the Mayumi Rose cabochon and the Mayumi Rose with a stem. This tutorial is perfect for making wedding bouquets, wedding sashes, table decor, brooch, hair clips, and baby headbands. Instructional Pages: 27 Instructional Images: 60 For my f r e e tutorials on how to create accessories and decor with fabric and feather flowers, please visit my website at Here are the F r e e Tutorials that you can learn from my website: -How to assemble a bouquet -How to make a fabric flower fascinator -How to make a fabric flower ring pillow -How to make an embellished garter headband - How to make a fabric or feather flower pen - How to make a fabric flower bracelet -How to make fabric flower shoe clips - How to make a fabric flower cocktail ring - How to make a fabric flower brooch and hair clip BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should know how to use a hot glue. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 3-4 inches in diameter (perfect for wedding bouquets)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 15 Fabric Scraps (5 1/2" x 5 1/2" or 14cm x 14cm)
  • Hot Glue
  • Three 24 inch (61cm) 22 gauge copper / craft wire (optional)

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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.