Rolled Flower Rosettes {tutorial}

I have been looking for tutorials on how to make these adorable rolled flowers {you can use them for so many projects}.  I have seen many, but some were very confusing, so I decided to take a bit from different ones, and make my own.
First I cut a piece of fabric (2 inches X 28 inches).  I folded in half, lengthwise, then tied a small knot at one end.  This will be the center of your rosette.
Start by wrapping your fabric around the knot until you get back to where you started.  Add a dab of hot glue to keep it from slipping.
Keep wrapping your fabric around, but start twisting your fabric as you go around.  Add dabs of hot glue here and there to keep it from coming apart while you work.
Once you get the the end of your fabric, hot glue the end to the bottom of your rosette.
You can hot glue your flower to an alligator clip for the cutest rosette hairclip…
You can make several rosettes, and hot glue them to a fabric covered headband.  I even made rosettes using old sweaters and made a wreath…you can find that tutorial here.
I’m Jessica, a mom on a mission to show other women that you can live well without breaking the bank. I like to share the thrifty, creative ways that I make changes in my home in the hopes that it will spark the creativity in someone else! I love to share DIY projects, crafts, simple recipes and cleaning tips too!


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    Hey there! I am totally (still) addicted to the rosettes. Once I start, I can’t stop! You were wise to take bits and pieces from a bunch of tutorials (that’s what I did too)

    Im following you on Linky Follow…I’d love it if you’d follow me too!


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