Sunday, July 25, 2010

Yoyo Ribbon flowers Tutorial


A very easy and quick project yet the results are beautiful.....

YOU WILL NEED



  • Scrappy fabric circles
  • coordinating colored ribbons
  • needle and thread
  • pony tail holders (if you want to use these flowers on pony tails)
  • scissors
  • buttons or beads for the center


HOW TO MAKE

slightly fold the edges of the fabric circle

now with the help of the needle and thread sew all around the edges using running stitch,




care fully pull the thread
and you will end up making a yoyo ,secure the thread and break it off .

singe the edges of the ribbon with the help of a candle flame and sew along one side again using running stitch and pull ......


until a round shaped flower is formed secure and break the thread.


Assemble the flower by adding the ribbon on top of the yoyo and putting a white bead or button in the center ,stitch them together with the help of needle and thread and you are done .

Use these little beauties on pony tail holders,


OR on a wrist band

or simply add a safety pin at the back and make a brooch out of it ..... if you make any then do show them to me :) ,have a great day



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13 comments:

  1. I am not a sewer but your tutorial seems pretty well done. They are pretty adorable.

    Stopping by from SITS.

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  2. G'morn, I do NOT sew but think I could actually master this little beauty. TY for sharing.

    Have a beautiful day.
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  3. Adorable and so simple.
    Thanks fo sharing....
    Blessings,
    Virginia

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  4. Hi! Thank you for visiting my blog! I liked your a lot, I'm following you now.
    Hope you can visit again soon!

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  5. Love the fabric and ribbon that you used - so pretty!

    Stopping by from New Friend Friday.

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  6. ooh! These are super cute! I never thought about using little scrunchies as well! Nice job. =]

    Justine
    http://justbettertogether.blogspot.com/

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  7. I need to make these darling things! What a great tutorial! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

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  8. They are pretty! Thank you for linking to my party!

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  9. Wow these are adorable! Great tutorial! I am following from Follow Friday, but just now got a chance to leave you a comment! Great blog, you have some awesome stuff on here! :)
    dawn
    http://flipoutmama.blogspot.com/

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  10. So cute! And you always make it look so easy!
    My apologies - have been away from Blog-land for some weeks and haven't been able to follow what's happening or follow up on the award you gave me! I'll do a post soon!

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  11. Hi!

    Wanted you to know I posted a link to this tutorial today on my blog, PaperFriendly.

    Nancy Ward
    PaperFriendly
    http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

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  12. They're so cute used on ponytails! :)
    Ok, well i've finally learned what on earth a yoyo is...haha. I've seen some talking about it, but they don't have a detailed tutorial like yours, you made a good tutorial! :)

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  13. great to knw u iram. and thanx alot for visiting & appreciating my work. your blog is really nice and ur daughters r adorable :) MA
    I am pakistani too living in dubai.

    I am your new follower 134
    keep in touch

    dubaicraftermom.blogspot.com

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