Here’s a step-by-step tutorial to I posted on CraftsUnleashed and thought I’d share it here with you, since September is National Sewing Month.Â These little blooms look great on scrapbook pages, wearables, and home decor items. Enjoy!
Todayâ€™s post is actually an â€œAsk Jennyâ€ question I got from a readersâ€™ comment. Someone asked how to make a ribbon flower, so I thought that now would be a great time to show you a great shabby chic rose you can put on cards, gifts, or even make into jewelry. (More on that coming soon!) In the meanwhile, letâ€™s get started!
Youâ€™ll need some wire-edged ribbon, (mine is 2 inches wide), and a needle and thread. Thatâ€™s it!
And thatâ€™s it! These are particularly stunning in groupings on fabric covered books, headbands, along the necklines of clothingâ€¦really itâ€™s up to you and your imagination to get your garden of fabric roses blooming!
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