Clover Flower Frill Templates

Clover Flower Frill Templates

Clover Flower Frill TemplatesClover Flower Frill Templates
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Fabric flowers are so popular right now, but sometimes it's hard to figure out how to make them. Following a pattern is always a good idea, but using an easy "flip and fold" template is an even better idea! The Flower frill templates come in four different sizes, two sizes per pack, and each pack comes with two copies of each template (so you and a friend can make flowers together!). To use, all you have to do is fold the cardboard template around a fabric square, cut around the top of the template, and repeat, hand sewing 15-25 shapes together to make a flower. This template is simple to use, and the illustrated instructions included in the pack are very user friendly. Such a simple concept yields a beautiful final product, fabric flowers that can be used as pins, hair accessories, embellishment for bags and clothing, and so many more things. Try the templates with different fabrics, mix and match template sizes, group the flowers together to make a bouquet, and just be creative. The Flower Frill Templates are a great way to faciliate your own creativity.

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It would be wonderful to have a set of templates like this! It would enable me to decorate things I sew as well as knit for my little granddaughters.

I love to make hats and purses with flowers on them. It is so much more special when they are handmade, instead of store bought, and with this I could personalize those flowers for each project and the person they are for.

This sounds like a terrific gadget!! I have several of the Clover templates for yo-yos and love them all! Hugs Barbara


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