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A fun accessory!
Made in the Japanese yo-yo style but puffed up.

Posted by Bead Crumbs from United States, United States • Published See Bead Crumbs's 20 projects »
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  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 1
    Step 1

    I used a 45 mm Clover yoyo maker for my project but if you don't have one just cut out a fabric circle in the size you want using a cup or something round with a circular shape as your template. Your completed flower will be half the diameter.

    Do a running stitch on the edge.

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 2
    Step 2

    Once you've stitched the edge, pull the thread just a little to gather the fabric.

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stuff your yo yo with fiberfill and close up the hole. Knot securely.

    Don't cut the thread.

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 4
    Step 4

    This is a side view of the puff - a little odd looking but it shows the gathered bottom of the puff and the top.

    Flatten you puff and bring your needle and poke it through the top center of the ball and out through the gathered bottom. Do this 5 times, evenly spaced and you'll get petals...

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 5
    Step 5

    ...that look like this from the top. Tie a secure knot and if you have enough thread, don't cut it.

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 6
    Step 6

    For the beads in the center of your flower, bring your needle back through the gathered bottom and straight up to where the petals intersect in the center. Thread a bead and go back down. Knot. Do this for each bead your add.

    Cut thread and you're done.

    Lots of stuffing will make a rounder flower.

  • How to make a flowers & rosettes. Puffy Fabric Flowers - Step 7
    Step 7

    This is the bottom of the flower.

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Nilüfer
Nilüfer · Ankara, Ankara Province, TR · 31 projects
ı love it
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Darceyluvshellokitty
Darceyluvshellokitty · Nottingham, England, GB · 3 projects
Is it just a circle that is filled and then sewn to make it look like petals?
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Darceyluvshellokitty
Darceyluvshellokitty · Nottingham, England, GB · 3 projects
Please can you do a tutorial, because I absolutely love them , your very clever!
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Fadhila
Fadhila · Depok City, West Java, ID · 4 projects
i like it...
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Marina
Marina
Nice! What does it have for a stuff?
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