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I love folded fabric flowers, but I have had a lot of trouble making them. I found a little tool at a craft store that was supposed to ...
Print and cut out the templates. Clip the edges of the triangles so that there is a notch whose point is on the dot at every dot. You ...
Push your needle straight down through the little dot marked 1. Pull it until the knot is touching the fabric. Bring the needle up through the dot marked ...
Gently pull the template off of the fabric. One side of the fabric triangle will have short stitches along the edges, and the other side will have long ...
Start the next petal exactly like you did the first, but instead of a knot, you will have the previous petal. I find it easiest to tuck the ...
The "front" of the petal is the face with the knot in it. It tends to have deeper creases than the back. Pass the needle through the first ...
Cut a circle of felt to fit the back of the flower without being visible from the front. Clip the circle inside the hair clip and center it ...
I love these clips. I make them while watching movies or listening to music. For those with not enough hair, you can clip these to headbands. I did ...
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