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Ronald T.
Ronald T.
Thanks for this sharing!
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martha I.
martha I. · 2 projects
lovely versatile flowers, i'll make hair clips, bronch, earrings and necklace
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Doris T.
Doris T. · Conway, South Carolina, US
how to tie off the very small Kanzashi flower. I can not get it to work for me. The one inch size and what material works best for these flowers ?
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afiqah.mazli
afiqah.mazli · Klang, Selangor, MY · 2 projects
loved it~
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joyce.burdon
joyce.burdon · Marion, Kentucky, US

I can't wait to try this. It will be such a cute idea to embellish little girl outfits.
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jessie
jessie
can someone teach me how to make the kanzashi flower that has a hole in each leave
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
Oh It's been a while since I checked in! I have a video up..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaerMKBS8S8
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leti j.
leti j. · Zeeland, Michigan, US · 2 projects
Thanks for this step by step tutorial. Question I am having just a little bit of a problem with step 19,what is the best way to do this? Love your Flower's!
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Charlene S.
Charlene S.
Fabulous! These Rosettes are ideal to use when making my craft projects. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us...
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Angel D
Angel D · East Wemyss, Scotland, GB · 8 projects
Thank you for sharing this tutorial! These are amazing and I can't wait to try them. Happy
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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California, US · 1 project
so cute i have to try this
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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California, US · 1 project
so cute i have to try this
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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California, US · 1 project
so cute i have to try this
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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California, US · 1 project
so cute i have to try this
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Annie Ann Z.
Annie Ann Z. · Madera, California, US · 1 project
so cute i have to try this
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Tasha L.
Tasha L. · Great Malvern, England, GB
Hey FANTASTIC tutorial there Happy Really well thought out and VERY clear Happy
What size squares would you want for a longer "petalled" flower like the pink and lilac one in the picture? x
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Vanessa
Vanessa
So pretty and very clever!
Can this be made with paper?
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Omo
Omo · 2 projects
lol, I love this so much you have absolutely no idea.It was the first project i ever did from this website. They're right it is a little confusing but the pics are very helpful. I made a red one with a black button in the middle n it came out perfectly. i just want to say thank u =)
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
Thanks! I felt the same way when I was learning Happy
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Rox
Rox · Paso Robles, California, US
You are very talented, and I have to say, there is next to NOTHING on the web about kanzashi and yours is the best tutorial I've seen yet! Thank you so much for taking the time to do this and do it so clear and concise! Can't wait to try!
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madeline
madeline · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 3 projects
you should sell these on etsy.com
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Caitlin M.
Caitlin M. · 1 project
I get lost at step 9. I dont know why way to fold it.
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LaAlex
LaAlex · Venaria, Piedmont, IT · 7 projects
Funny, cute and simple!
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Tooti- Leone E.
Tooti- Leone E.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh its so cute
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Marsha D.
Marsha D. · Fishers, Indiana, US
Such an elegant use of old fabric.
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
Robin that's awesome! I'd love to see photos.
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Robin B.
Robin B.
This is awesome! As soon as I saw it, I made some with some leftover quilting fabric and old buttons. They came out great, even without starch or interfacing. I'm going to make them and stitch onto elastic hair ties as party favours for my daughter's birthday.
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Twiggypeasticks
Twiggypeasticks · Huddersfield, England, GB · 17 projects
so cute
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Scary Miss Mary!
Scary Miss Mary! · Manchester, England, GB · 2 projects
i need to make some of these! they are adorable!
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Violet -.
Violet -. · Bangkok, TH
very cutie! and easy to do.
thanks.
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Suzi P.
Suzi P. · 12 projects
i made this! just now!
the petals didn't flatten, so i sewed the edges together with a single stitch per petal. its real cute^^
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Charlotte H.
Charlotte H. · Toronto, Ontario, CA · 5 projects
I think this is so cute!
Thanks for sharing!
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Claire M.
Claire M. · Manchester, England, GB · 4 projects
Gorgeous! I've just made a little paper petal whilst folowing yout how to, can't wait to have a go with fabric now. Thanks for sharing
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Stacie G.
Stacie G. · Indianapolis, Indiana, US · 39 projects
this is amazing!

Awesome tutorial.
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Corinne E.
Corinne E.
What a great tutorial - clear and helped me make a flower very easily!
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Skylar
Skylar · Tucson, Arizona, US · 4 projects
AWESOME
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iirene
iirene · Melbourne, Victoria, AU
Used PVA glue at the end and left it to dry so the petals would stay apart- didn't have any starch or interfacing. Actually worked. Happy
Had to sew through the top and bottom together too.
Otherwise the petals had a huge hole in the middle- where they all joined :]
its pretties :]
would like to post a picture, but idk how ;)
thnx for the tutorial =]
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 377 projects
Nice, easy to understand tutorial. Thanks for sharing it with us!
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
My friend gave it to me, it's from Ikea.
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Cupcake girl
Cupcake girl · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 28 projects
CUTE!!! (Where did you get your chair?!?!)
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
hey! i find just pushing out the center and like, bending the edge of the petal to encourage the shape.. if that makes sense, Some fabrics don't lend themselves to this project.
Totally try some more starch.
I would love to see a photo!
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Karin W.
Karin W. · Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
Got it pretty good on the first try. I made it bigger so it would be easier to work with till I got the hang of it.
just one question... how do you keep the pedals open?! they keep folding back in.
Maybe I need more starch?
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Calochortus
Calochortus · 1 project
Thanks for the how-to! These are lovely!
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Gabriela C.
Gabriela C.
pretty interesting
nice how-to! ^^
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The AfterCraft
The AfterCraft · Victoria, British Columbia, CA · 59 projects
lala k. I've posted a creation picture to see the hairpin one.

Jackie- it takes a few tries, I gave up on my third try and didn't try again for months.. be determined. the out come it lovely once you nail it!
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lala k.
lala k. · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
wait...how do you turn it into a hairpin...? do you stick a pin on the back of the flower? or is there a better way? heheh... shame...TT.TT
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Jackie D.
Jackie D. · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 5 projects
didn't really work for me,yet.
after fixing 3 mistakes i realized i had one petal extra Tongue
it looks really pretty,though!
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Jackie D.
Jackie D. · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 5 projects
didn't really work for me,yet.
after fixing 3 mistakes i realized i had one petal extra Tongue
it looks really pretty,though!
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Frustrated Crafter
Frustrated Crafter · 10 projects
How COOL is THAT?!
I have so much scrap fabric! Now I know what to do with all of it!
Thanks so much!
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Pumpkinniki
Pumpkinniki · Summerville, South Carolina, US · 12 projects
I don't know why mine didn't turn out right, but at least the back looks like something I can do something with. I'll be trying this again.
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michelle G.
michelle G. · Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA · 1258 projects
awesome
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JessayahX
JessayahX · Frankfurt, Hesse, DE · 26 projects
Oh I have seen how to do this somewhere in the internet..
But I´m looking forward to your How to..

I think they turned out really good.
It´s such a cute Idea ;)

<3 it ^^
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