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(the pattern for fireflowers is in the How-to I published here while ago =)
As I've said, I'm working on the fireflower bouquet for my friend Elisa's wedding... These are the flowers I've finished today... For the stem I used a wood stick: I've painted it with glue and covered it with some greed thread, then I fixed the flower to one extremity with thread and glue (I hope it does'n fall down!!!)
I don't know I many others flowers I'll have to make, because I want the bouquet to be beautiful, so I think I'll just make a lot of them...

Oh, does anybody know if there's a rule about the numbers of flowers of the bouquet????? My mom told me it has to be uneven or it brings misfortune... (I don't believe in luck, I don't care about traditions, but it's not my wedding, so...)

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emmilou w.
emmilou w. · Wallasey, England, GB · 12 projects
loving these flowers, thanks for showing ^_^
btw, not sure on the number of flowers, sorry...good luck with getting them all done in time, though...
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
lovely!
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Gone Neko
Gone Neko · Milan, Lombardy, IT · 29 projects
Here's the pattern I've used for the flowers. http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/super-marios-fireflowers

You gotta know some basis of crochet... For the stem, simply take a stick, cover it with vinyl glue and put on the green thread. That's all! =D
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Anna G.
Anna G. · 3 projects
how do you make them ?
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