Day: March 12, 2010

The Fabric Daisy

The Fabric Daisy step 6

The Fabric Daisy. I’m really not personally the hugest fan of this fabric flower, but it’s trendy right now, and once I figured it out, I thought I might as well throw up a tutorial for it. Begin by cutting 5 squares from your fabric. Mine were about 2″ square. Fold in half, and then… Read more »

The Burnt Petals Flower

The Burnt Petal Flower final

The Burnt Petals Flower Start by cutting your petals. The shape isn’t that important, because once you burn the edges they sort of round themselves out.  Burn the edges of each petal with your trusty hand-held fire starter (or your neighbor’s). Start attaching the petals with matching thread, ONE or TWO at a time, securing… Read more »

The Burnt Edges Criss-Cross Flower

The Burnt Edges Criss-Cross Flower final

The Burnt Edges Criss-Cross Flower Cut out oval-shaped petals in descending size. Cut 2 of the larger ones. I have 11 total here. Burn the edges of each of your petals. Nest the petals on top of each starting with the first 2 largest petals. Arrange them in an X, and then take the second… Read more »

The Burnt Edges Circle Flower

Burnt Edges Circle Fabric Flower final step 5

The Burnt Edges Circle Flower Cut out circles from your fabric in descending size. I cut out 7. Find yourself a hand-held fire starter. (Thanks Felisha!) Burn the edges of each circle Nest each circle within each other, starting with the largest, and topping it off with the smallest. *Note: I ended up using only… Read more »

The Rolled Bud Flower

Rolled Bud Fabric Flower

The Rolled Bud Flower. Like always, start with a long strip of fabric. This one is probably 1″ by 24″. Fold the fabric in half hot-dog style, and start rolling to form a small bud. Secure that with a stitch through all thicknesses. Keep rolling until you’ve rolled the entire strip up. Secure the end… Read more »