Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Free Sewing Pattern of the Day Serger Lace Flowers

Serger Lace Flowers
No green thumb needed to grow these pretty flowers!  They make a beautiful decoration for any home and you can easily make them using a few of your favorite fabric colors.
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Learn to Wet Felt Fanciful Flowers Class DVD Learn to Wet Felt Fanciful Flowers Class DVD
Learn how to turn dyed wool roving into beautiful and unique felted flowers with ordinary household supplies—no special tools needed!Join expert Vickie Clontz as she demonstrates wet-felting step-by-step to create vibrant, 3-D flowers, leaves and curly vines, perfect for wardrobe and accessory embellishments, table decor, jewelry and more! No felting experience is needed to succeed in this beginner-level class. In this class, you’ll learn:; How to select the best wool roving for wet felting; Which basic household supplies are needed; How to arrange your fibers in colorful layers; The process of wetting, pre-felting and rolling the fibers; How to add sparkle and bling to your wet felted projects; How to shape and assemble a 3-D flower; How to form leaves, vines and wool beads Class includes an inspiration gallery showcasing the many possibilities of how wet felted flowers can be used. Note: Annie's DVD video classes include a CD with downloadable and printable class project instructions, materials lists and diagrams. DVDs are compatible with North American DVD players, and PC and Macintosh computer systems.


Bloom: A Collection of Fabric Flowers - Electronic Download Bloom: A Collection of Fabric Flowers - Electronic Download
Use up your fabric stash with 15 easy, flower sewing patterns for beginners. These beautiful fabric flowers will never fade -- and they’re fat quarter friendly! Bloom: A Collection of Fabric Flowers gives you easy patterns for fabric flowers that require little stitching. The whimsical flowers are created using patterned fabrics and ribbon. Add these fabric flowers to a handbag, an outfit, flip-flops or headband -- you can even use them for DIY, home decor projects. By using fabric scraps from your stash, or fat quarters, and the easy-to-follow patterns in this sewing book, you can make long-stemmed roses, pretty poinsettias and more. Change up the fabric and color combinations and you can create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind bouquet of flowers!Bloom: A Collection of Fabric Flowers features full-color photos and step-by-step instructions. 48 pages.

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