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Knotted Chrysanthemum (Fabric Flower)

$8.50

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This fabric flower is inspired by my favorite flower to paint in my Chinese Painting class when I was still studying at the university, the chrysanthemum. You won't believe that this flamboyant yet elegant flower is easy to make! You just need a basic skill in sewing running stitches. This is perfect if you want to make a conversation piece of accessory. You can use this flower in embellishing shoes, baby headbands, bridal hair accessories, bouquets, and bags. As a visual learner, I put a lot of love and effort to take a lot of photos for this tutorial. I used 24 full color images with easy to follow step by step instructions to help you create this beautiful flower that will surely get the ooohs and aaahhs from your friends. Instructional Pages: 16 Instructional Images: 24 For my f r e e tutorials on how to create accessories and decor with fabric and feather flowers, please visit my website at http://www.jewelboxballerina.com/category/free-tutorials 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 Basic Running Stitches

Supplies Needed

  • Satin Ribbons or Fabric Strips (I used 1/2 inch wide ribbons)
  • Small Fabric Patch
  • Scissors

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Jewel Box Ballerina
Jewel Box Ballerina
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.