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Pansy (A Fabric Flower Tutorial Pattern)

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I made this tutorial because I love how delicate a Pansy flower looks like. I had fun making this tutorial because I get to play with different colors of ribbons that makes this fabric flower so charming when you put it on a headband, a clip, or on shoes. I made this fabric flower tutorial easy especially for visual learners (like me). with a lot of full color images (122 pictures in 55 pages) and detailed explanations to take the frustration of guessing on what to do on each step out so you can enjoy your learning experience. 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 Instructional Images: 122 Instructional pages: 55 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

Recommended with this pattern

  • Ribbons or Fabric Strips
  • Needle and Thread
  • Bead

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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.