How to: make fabric roses

fabricroses.jpgWinter is most definitely upon us which sadly means it's all a bit drab and grey out there. Flowers won't be poking their heads out of the soil until spring but there is a solution which also gives you some eco-warrior points: easy to make fabric roses.

Fashioned from all manner of unwanted fabrics cut from clothes that are past their wear-by date, Queenly Things' fabric roses are elegant and ever so simple to put together. Making them in a variety of fabrics means you can end up with fabulous posies of colours and textures.

Pin them to your winter shades to add a bit of colour, stick them in a vase for a bit of year-round floweriness or get sneaky and plant them in a neighbours window box for a bit of seasonal floral confusion.

See the full Rose Parade tutorial here.

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