Best applied using fabric with some sort of print or motif where the edges of the print or shape are defined eg flowers can be turned 3-D, embellished and sewn to a basic clip, comb or brooch clasp for a matching dress accessory.
I used leaves fashioned from a strip of excess seam allowance fabric, from the inside of a vintage dress that I took in to make It fit me.
The fancy hair clip with added bug brooch* finished off the outfit.
(*old brooch was cleaned and I replaced the missing stones on its body first, before fixing in place)
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Step 1: You Will Need:
Step 2: Fabric:
Any material left over from newly made item is a good way of recycling the scraps also.
Step 3: Cutting Out:
Step 4: Interfacing Filler:
Or you can make a Patten with tracing paper or even baking parchment. to get the shape if it is tricky.
Step 5: Cutting Out Interfaceing:
Step 6: Fixing in Place:
Step 7: Backing:
Step 8: Finished Item:
Step 9: Take Two!:
Step 10: The End:
A perfect matching accessory for that one of a kind dress or even added to a plain bag to pull an outfit together.