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These make lovely pins or hair clips. A couple of these make a nice gift by themselves or as package topper. (This tutorial was originally posted by me ...
You will need: Fabric remnant Matching thread Sewing needle Decorative button or earring for center Glue gun and glue sticks Pin back or hair clip
Cut your fabric into squares. The size of the square determines the size of your flower. You can use all the same size or different sizes in the ...
Fold a square in half diagonally, right side facing out.
Fold it again diagonally in half.
Holding it in your left hand with the side made of two folded edges up, push the corner of the other side up between the two wings and ...
You should have a triangle with raw edges on one side, two folded edges on another side and three folded edges on the last side. With the three ...
Sew through all layers at the raw edge end. When I say sew, I mean just stick the needle in and pull it out the other side, do ...
Cut the excess raw edge off of the longer flaps. They will just get in your way later when assembling more petals.
Continue on to the next petal, stacking them up and cutting off the ends. Then the hard part is over and it wasn't even that hard. You will ...
This flower took 7 small and 7 large petals. You can use as many as you like. When you have enough petals strung together, just tie off your ...
Then put something cute on the center front to disguise the hole. Get creative! Buttons, old clip-on earrings with the backs removed, appliquÃ©s and felt shapes are some ...
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