Picture of Brooch Flower Pin From Grandma's Polyester Blouse
My 92-year old Grandma passed away this year in March.  She loved her polyester blouses!  We could not bear to throw them away; so, I decided to make flower pins out of them.  I think of her each and every time I wear or look at one.

Hope this inspires you to create your own memory flowers and remember wonderful Grandmas, Moms, Sisters, and friends - or, just make some for fun.

Step 1: Materials Needed

Picture of Materials Needed
- 100% polyester blouse
- Circle templates cut out of cardboard measuring different circumferences as seen in image.  
   Each circle contains five "snip"  markings; - the markings for the circles vary in range from 3/4"
   for the larger circles all the way down to 3/8" for the smallest circle.  I never measure or mark
   the snip markings - I randomly snip each circle five times. 
- Sheet protectors (optional)
- Fire starter
- Pliers (not shown)
- Scissors
- Thread and needle
- Beads (not shown)
- 1 1/2" adhesive pin back (not shown)
I also recycle items most would toss, and transform it into art or a fashion piece. Great job with these, love them!
BigSkyCntry2 years ago
The flower is just so beautiful! What a wonderful, creative idea! You are sooooo talented!
smartjulia2 years ago
I'm on my way to find any old clothes with poly in to start making flowers for my cards
Crafty Heart (author)  smartjulia2 years ago
You're welcome! Have fun and good luck.
They're gorgeous. That's such a fantastic reuse, too. :)
Crafty Heart (author)  jessyratfink2 years ago
Thank you!