Project

Easy Snowflake Flowers

What are you most proud of? That I finished this in time for my daughter's wedding! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Let snowflakes overlap each other a little, use something that doesn't unravel or FrayChek the edges (a little unraveling is very trendy!) and let the outside edges ruffle a little to give dimension. These are so cute in wool felt! And attaching with a decorative stitch could be very casual and cute.

You Can Make This

Pam Sews made Easy Snowflake Flowers with:

ww Japanese Knot Bags PLUS Blossom

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ww Japanese Knot Bags PLUS Blossom

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  • silks
  • Steam-A-Seam II
  • French fusible tricot (but you can use any fabric and just stitch it down)

Project Description

What are you most proud of? That I finished this in time for my daughter's wedding! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Let snowflakes overlap each other a little, use something that doesn't unravel or FrayChek the edges (a little unraveling is very trendy!) and let the outside edges ruffle a little to give dimension. These are so cute in wool felt! And attaching with a decorative stitch could be very casual and cute.

Q&A with Pam Sews

Classyone asked:
Simply Beautiful!!
Pam Sews answered:
wow! thanks! (you ARE classy! :-) I hope you try it.
Surfside6 asked:
This is so different and gorgeous! Would love to have seen a pic of it at the wedding
Pam Sews answered:
click on the photo just named silk bargello jacket (not details) to see it all.

Skill Level

Beginner

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