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The Scarlett Flower

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Author Birdsong Patterns
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by A. Maloy
on January 11th, 2013

“very easy to make these adorable flowers.”

Make the Scarlett flower out of any type of fabric using basic hand-sewing skills. Great for beginners! You'll learn how to sew the flower and finish your fascinator with Russian netting.

You'll learn the following techniques with step-by-step instructions and 38 photographs:

*How to make the Scarlett flower
*How to work with Russian netting
*How to attach the flower to a clip
*How to mount your flower to a headband - either a fold-over elastic headband for babies or a hard, skinny headband for older girls or adults

Enjoy wearing this hair accessory! It's also great on coats, purses or belts. This fabric flower with its little "veil" will make a beautiful bridal accessory.

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Photos and text © Deanna D. McCool and Birdsong Bows and Patterns 2012. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, shared or transmitted in any form without expressed written permission of the author. Subject to all international copyright laws. Designs from this pattern may be sold in small quantities by home-based crafters. Please indicate that they’re made with a Birdsong pattern in any descriptive materials.

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2 fat quarters of any type of fabric
1/2 yard of Russian netting (aka birdcage netting or veiling)
Basic Hand-sewing supplies
Small amount of felt
Fray Check
Hot glue gun and glue
Fancy button of 3/4" or larger
Barrette, hard headband or fold-over elastic, depending on application

by Crumpton, Rosa
on July 8th, 2013

love this flower and it works great for a variety of applications, not just little girl hair bows, can be dressed up or down.

by A. Maloy
on January 11th, 2013

very easy to make these adorable flowers.

by Carter, Tonya
on May 27th, 2012

Great instructions!!

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