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Old 03-10-2012, 08:04
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ok so i went to the store and got organza. They didnt have silk organza. I tried the cinching and twist and no luck. If someone figures it out please post. I will continue to try myself. If I figure it out Ill share. I made the mistake of showing my sister in law and now she has to have them for her communion dress
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im gonna pull my frigan hair out. I was going to order just one but shipping on one is $7.00 ughhhhhh... breathe, breathe...LOL

sorry i had to vent. This flower is ticking me off
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It may just be circle or semi-circle... I may be off base, but it looks like she probably uses the exact same technique as for her fabric flowers, just more layers since it is not as light as the organza (?) or whatever the other fabric is...

http://www.summerblossom.com.au/shop...hair-clip.html

maybe?????
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It may just be circle or semi-circle... I may be off base, but it looks like she probably uses the exact same technique as for her fabric flowers, just more layers since it is not as light as the organza (?) or whatever the other fabric is...

http://www.summerblossom.com.au/shop...hair-clip.html

maybe?????
on 2nd thought, I think it IS a circle...

Something like this (see attached pdf)

a couple disclaimers:

1. I haven't tried this with fabric...I just had a thought and folded paper...it is supposed to be a circle, but it was as close as I can cut freehand.

2. I only invested like 10 min into thinking about this and about 15 putting this doc together, so it is by no means a complete tutorial of any kind.

3. You're on your own with sizes and # of petals.

I think maybe lines 1 and 2 should be angled a little to get the right proportions and still connect at the bottom, but you get the (very) rough idea.

...maybe...

If you try it and it works well let me know.
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That flower is super cute. I am adding it to my long list of things to try.
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Pretty sure that she cut 9 rounded squares. Next, hold one square like a diamond and fold the corner like a fan twice. Put a tiny dab of super hot- hot glue or put a stitch through to hold your petal in a loose fan shape. Repeat with the other petals. Take a small circle of felt or fleece and glue or stitch 5 petals to the felt/ fleece in a flower shape. Then make a top layer with your remaining 4 petals (glue or stitch down.)

Add bling and a clip and you're done!

BTW, this flower WILL fray unless you heat seal the edges which she has not done. If you look closely, one pic does have fray and there will be more.

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on 2nd thought, I think it IS a circle...

Something like this (see attached pdf)

a couple disclaimers:

1. I haven't tried this with fabric...I just had a thought and folded paper...it is supposed to be a circle, but it was as close as I can cut freehand.

2. I only invested like 10 min into thinking about this and about 15 putting this doc together, so it is by no means a complete tutorial of any kind.

3. You're on your own with sizes and # of petals.

I think maybe lines 1 and 2 should be angled a little to get the right proportions and still connect at the bottom, but you get the (very) rough idea.

...maybe...

If you try it and it works well let me know.
Thank you both for sharing your interpretations!
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OK! I created my own version of this flower and made a FREE tutorial on my blog:

http://www.fancyschmancyliving.com/3...-tutorial.html

Mine was larger but they can be made to any size.
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OK! I created my own version of this flower and made a FREE tutorial on my blog:

http://www.fancyschmancyliving.com/3...-tutorial.html

Mine was larger but they can be made to any size.
Aww, Jeni, you are a doll, as always! Thank you!
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Aww, Jeni, you are a doll, as always! Thank you!
Ah thanks!! I think you are pretty amazing.
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It almonst looks like hydrangas single flowers
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