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This beautiful Kanzashi fabric flower can be attached to a barrette, a purse, a shirt...
* 7pc fabric squares. * Needle and thread * Fabric covered button * Alligator clips * Fabric stiffener
We use 3.5" squares in this tutorial, you can use larger or smaller one to make different size flowers. The larger size is easier for the beginner. 1 ...
in half diagonally - right side of the fabric out. Press the fold seam with finger or iron.
up to meet the top corner. Press the fold with finger.
with the left hand corner. Press the fold with fingers.
Now fold the left corner back to meet the center. Press the fold with fingures.
with the right corner. Press the fold with fingers.
The two corners should meet the center but not overlap.
fold the whole piece in half, toward you, with 2 corners inside the fold. This is the back side of the petal.
this is the front side looks like.
to hold the petal in shape until ready to assemble.
step 2-10 to get all petals.
(raw edges) as shown.
tight yet. Arrange petals in circle.
side of the flower.
this is the front side.
sew all petals.
Spay with fabric stiffener if you like.
fabric covered button.
a large rhinestone on top.
flowers. Same methods.
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