Saturday, April 28, 2012

Fabric Rosettes - Blingy Style

These fabric rosettes are so easy and fun to make. You can use them to decorate so many things - headbands, wreaths, barettes,  belts, to name a few.

What you will need:
1. fabric cut in strips - depending on the size you want - I am making these with 36 inch strips - 4 inches wide.
2. hot glue/glue sticks
3. embelishments - your imagination can run wild
4. sewing machine - I use the loosest setting to make the fabric ruffle

Fold the stip wrong sides together - sew down the side on your loosest setting and this will draw the fabric up to a nice ruffled edge.

Starting at one end - fold it around to the size you want the bottom of the rosette to be and add a dot of hot glue to hold it. Continue around and around - adding a dab of hot glue each round. When you are to the end - tuck it into the middle and glue. Add your emblishments and wah - lah! A pretty fabric rosette! These are going to be added to crochet headbands.


  1. Those are really adorable!

    I'm here following you back from

  2. Those are too cute! I have a little girl, so I have got to do this! Found your link at Randee's Organized Chaos... SO glad I clicked it!!! You're very talented...

    Blessings to you

  3. This is on my -to do list-....but I never seem to get to it...HAHAHA! I love these fabric rosette flowers... thanks so much for linking up to the ALL STARS BLOGGING BLOCK PARTY ...I'm your newest follower....


  4. Looks great! Thanks for linking up!



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