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Rolled Fabric Roses

Roses are red and violets are blue; crafting is fun and so easy to do! You can make your very own handmade fabric craft rose with this video. Watch as Tiffany Windsor guides you through the process.

For this fun craft idea, all you need fabric and glue.  You can choose any color or pattern for your fabric rose.  You can make a bouquet of roses, turn them into pins, or hair accessories.


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Love the flower making technique but you could not really see how she was rolling the flower.This is a horrible video. Please can you make another so we can see it. Also needs to be full screen. The different fabrics being used on top of other was just stunning.I have tried to roll the rose before and turn but had no success. Anybody made the two tone one yet?


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Great flower but the video needs to be from the point of view of the person watching the video. Its akward trying to figure out the fold. Im sure its easy but just to get started. Please make video to be watched from our perspective.

I am deaf and I like the video. Like KMP50 says that the printable direction would also help.

Love this flower . This needs a NEW VIDEO!! This one sucks ! But is really an easy flower and you can make it in any size by changing the width of the fabric or even using a ribbon. But seriously--go in the video to the 5.50 min/sec mark and start it. Smaller strips do not need to be glued in half like she does . Also we use a glue gun and it works great. Also when using the smaller strips you can start with a base and glue it down a little and that helps you get a great flower. We use an old pair of jeans as the circle for base. This also gives you a nice piece to glue your hair clip on to.

I'd really like to see this as a printable tutorial, step by step explantions, rather than, as k56moos says, a crappy video.

crappy video

love this flower

love this will make them for my flower girl

good deyail!

very good directions. lovely fabrics


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