::rolled rosette tutorial::

I think I’ve been promising this for a very long time…and ta-da!  FINALLY, here it is!  A little video tutorial on how I make those rolled rosettes.  I even spill the beans on one of the other flowers I make too…

One of the sweet neighbors came over several weeks ago while I was making some and wanted to know how I did it.  I showed her and handed over some supplies.  In no time, she had made several and put them together in this fab necklace.  She’s 12.  If she can do it, YOU CAN DO IT!

Here it is!  Have you made these before?  Do you have a fun idea on how to use these rosettes?  Please share!




15 Responses

  1. Trish! Aw…you’re so pretty and your voice is so sweet! My gang is tucked quietly in bed, and I’m up at 1:30 am watching your tutorial! Loved it. I just made a cinched quilted summer mommy backpack tonight and I definitely think it needs a flower pin! Smooches. xo

  2. Great tutorial, thanks for taking time out of your busy day to help others learn a cute tecnique.


  3. Hi, thanks for the helpful video. Just wanted to let you know that I mentioned it in my post today. http://workingonaproject.blogspot.com/2011/06/updated-kids-art-gallery-and-something.html. Thanks!

  4. Thanks for the sweet comment on my Sew Mama Sew giveaway post! Sorry, that not everone
    could win!
    I posted the winners on my blog and also emailed them …

    If you ever feel like you need to have some custom-made buttons – just let me know. 🙂
    Because the toadstools seemed to be the most popular I will include
    a free toadstool button or toadstool sewing pin (you can choose) with every
    order placed until the 15th of June 2011.

    Wishing you a great day and hope to “see” you again on my blog sometime!

    And am LOVING the tutorial!!! Will use that soon for the birthday dress for my daughter … and pinned it to pinterest … 🙂

    Ms Muffin

  5. If you don’t mind, I’m going to post your tutorial on my blog and use the picture too. There are so many moms that I’m connected to via FB that this will be a very fun craft over the summer. I think I might make them for the purses I make. They’re adorable.

  6. Very well done tutorial–I’m breaking out the glue gun tonight. Thank you for the inspiration.

    I’ve toasted fabric before, too, but not for flowers, exactly–


  7. LOVE this tutorial. Very easy to follow. Yes I know it is an easy flower to make – but I like that you said that and then went on to show just how cute and easy it was.

  8. Thanks so much Trish for posting this! I have been looking to make these out of fabric for a VERY long time and couldn’t find any! You are so great! Can’t wait to show you what I do!

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