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  • Ribbon flower tutorial

    Candle, Hair, Making flower  |  0 Commentribbon flower tutorial

    This is super simple and fun to make. Supplies- A scrap of polyester fabric.  Look at the label on the end of the bolt.  It will tell you the fiber content of the material.  I only bought 100% polyester.  There was cotton/poly, but I didn't want to take the chances of starting a fire.  I like to shop the remnant section.  The fabric is usually marked down to half price because it was the end of the bolt. Candle and matches.  I used a tea light and set it inside a pie tin. 

  • How to make fall fabric brooch

    Felt, Making flower  |  0 Commenthow to make fall fabric brooch

    A fabric brooch pin! How to make fall fabric brooch   What you need: -Wool (felt would prob work too) -2 other cotton fabrics -sewing machine (hand sewing works too if you prefer) -needle and thread -permanent fabric glue (I love fabri-tac) -pin back This brooch consists of three diff pieces. For this first part we are making a wool ruffle flower. Cut seven 1” circles. Fold the circles in half and then in half again. Make a few quick stitches at the corner the hold in place. Cut a small flower shape a little over an inch (this will be the base) Start stitching

  • Fabric Flower Pin tutorial

    Making flower, Sewing  |  0 Commentfabric flower pin tutorial

    Spring is just around the corner and we are getting really excited about the pastels and florals that spring up in fashion this time of year. We love to adorn blazers and dresses with pastel flower pins. They add a perfect floral touch to virtually any outfit. This tutorial shows you how to make a simple floral pin (bonus! No sewing required!)   Supplies: 1/8 yard of pastel fabric (I recommend using a cotton) Piece of neutral felt Pack of broach pins Glue gun Scissors One large and one small pedal piece cut out   Fold your fabric and cut out several  large and small pedals