Ribbon Flower Tutorial

Apr 18, 2007

Rib­bon Flower Tuto­r­ial
By Lisa M. Pace

1. Cut rib­bon approx­i­mately 12 inches
2. Start­ing at one end of your rib­bon weave your threaded nee­dle in and out of the rib­bon as shown (I thread my nee­dle with the thread still on the spool. This way I don’t have to worry about not hav­ing my thread long enough or my rib­bon com­ing off of the thread)

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3. Con­tinue weav­ing your threaded nee­dle all the way to the end of the ribbon

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4. Once you are to the end of the rib­bon pull the thread through the rib­bon to make it gather

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5. Cut thread mak­ing sure to leave enough thread for you to tie a dou­ble knot
6. Gather your rib­bon as tight as possible

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7. Dou­ble knot your thread
8. Glue the cut ends of your rib­bon together mak­ing sure the glued ends point to the under­side of the rib­bon flower

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9. Once the glue has dried flat­ten out your flower

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10. Adhere your but­ton to the cen­ter of the flower (in my exam­ple I used two and placed one on top of the other) using a hot glue gun

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Have fun! The pos­si­bil­i­ties for these flow­ers are endless.

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  • http://www.scrappedsilly.typepad.com ste­fanie

    Thanks for the great tuto­r­ial! I never knew it was so easy! :grin:

  • http://stampinwhenican.blogspot.com/ afillo

    OMG…I love it and I am so there to repli­cate it!

  • kathy

    My daugh­ters have used this sim­ple tech­nic to add a touch of the same rib­bon to a ring that has a “but­ton” type top, and slipped it under the dec­o­ra­tion on the ring along with adding the rib­bon to a but­ton on an out­fit, and on their shoes etc. Fray Check from the fab­ric depart­ment is great to keep the edges from fray­ing if one finds the stitch­ing down of them too teadious.

  • riman­iss

    Hi,

    it’s a nice one. love it. could you tell me more about rib­bon flow­ers? i’m new to this site. i already learn how to make a jas­mine and roses, glue them up with a safety pin and voila, a cor­sase (did i spell it right?)

    any­way, i need to learn more, since i’m mak­ing these rib­bon flower as a busi­ness. my friends just love it.

    thanks.

  • Emily

    And wouldn’t it be cute made with lace…

  • Zin­nia

    Sim­ply FanTasTic!!!

  • http://elisidunyamiz.com/en/ hifa

    wow..what a del­i­cate flower!
    it looks awesome..thanks for deliv­er­ing this to us

  • Sana

    thanx… gud tutorial

  • mara

    esta her­mo­sisimo me encanta bye

  • http://cre8ivecindy.blogspot.com/ Cindy

    Awe­some embellishment.

  • http://anounceofcreativity.blogspot.com/ Nathalie

    I just used your tuto­r­ial and men­tioned it on my blog! Thank you!
    http://anounceofcreativity.blogspot.com/

  • http://benzistampz.blogspot.com/ Benzi

    Thanks for the won­der­ful tuto­r­ial. I needed it today.….

  • dany

    gra­ias felicidades

  • http://www.facebook.com/nikitarathi21 Nikita Rathi

    GOOD WORK.….……

  • LULU

    real cool!!
    that is sooo sim­ple that I am so excited about mak­ing them..

  • am

    i have tried it,it is look­ing very beautiful.

  • craftgirl1234

    wow! so fun!

  • Jave­ria Naeem

    very nice

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