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Old 07-07-2010, 08:43
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Very cute. I like these flowers without the centers as well! I think they look cute either way. Is there sewing involved in this flower?
its just hand sewing the corners of the petals, no machine.

Im going to add a centre to these ones as they are a bit big & stick out too much on top. another reason is that I used black thread on all the colours & you can see it through the middle. A centre would hide that.
But I do love the way they look without a centre so Im going to make my next lot a little smaller & use the right colour thread for each colour. These are so addictive to make.
Now my only problem is deciding what to put them on, skinny elastic headband, clip or brooch so I think I'll let the customers each choose what they want it attached to.
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Old 07-07-2010, 08:47
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Thankyou all for your replies. I am so in love with these flowers & I hope they sell well.
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I think it looks fantastic!! That would have to be a pretty big centre piece if you want it the same size as the 20c. The material you've used looks fine and nice and pretty and flowy.
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Old 07-08-2010, 12:05
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its just hand sewing the corners of the petals, no machine.

Im going to add a centre to these ones as they are a bit big & stick out too much on top. another reason is that I used black thread on all the colours & you can see it through the middle. A centre would hide that.
But I do love the way they look without a centre so Im going to make my next lot a little smaller & use the right colour thread for each colour. These are so addictive to make.
Now my only problem is deciding what to put them on, skinny elastic headband, clip or brooch so I think I'll let the customers each choose what they want it attached to.
I can def see these on skinny elastic!
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Old 07-08-2010, 12:22
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I think it looks fantastic!! That would have to be a pretty big centre piece if you want it the same size as the 20c. The material you've used looks fine and nice and pretty and flowy.
lol I dont think I'll use one that big. the 5cent coin wasnt heavy enough to hold the petals down & I didnt have a 10 cent coin (didnt have time to raid my daughters piggy bank). I'll have to show you all the end result when I find a centre I like.
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Old 07-08-2010, 12:27
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I can def see these on skinny elastic!
yes me too, my daughte will get her thats way. But I have so many items on skinny elastic already and I need more clips. I'll let the customers choose how they want it.
actually, I think I may just make then as a skinny elastic headband & make smaller ones without the centre as clips. so many decisions.
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how do you make that? its so cute!!
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Ohhh thank you for this info. I'm going to order it soon!
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