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How to: Felt {Valentine}Rosette Flower Pin

 

After seeing some of the wonderful felt heart wreaths around in blog world, like Amy’s and Robin’s………I started thinking, maybe I could make a pin, using the same concept.

 How to make a felt rosette flower pin tutorial at TidyMom.net

I started with a 9×12 piece of red felt that I bought at Michaels. Grabbed a glass that was about 3″ in diameter, and traced 6 circles on my piece of felt, then cut them out.

 

Cut out Felt Circles

 

Next you can follow the steps in my picture. 

 

(you also click the picture and choose to view in a larger size for detail)

  • Take one circle, fold it in half,
  • then in half again.
  • Hand stitch thru the bottom point enough to keep it folded.
  • Then do the same with each of the circles. I just went from one to the next pulling my thread tightly to keep them all together(I just placed them randomly around each other, not in a stack…it will make sense when you’re making it, you basically want the tips sewn together). When I had all 6 pieces attached I put a few more stitches in to keep them nice and tight together.
  • Next sew them onto a little pin backing (you can these at Michaels in the jewelry making section).

 

How to make a felt rosette flower pin tutorial at TidyMom.net

Pin It

 

These were so easy and I love how they turned out! The red makes them perfect for Valentine’s Day!

You can wear them on a sweater or jacket, t-shirt, on a bag……or give as a gift!

How to make a felt rosette flower pin tutorial at TidyMom.net

 

You could even use them as embellishments on scarves, hats, or pillows – oh, you get the picture!……just sew them right on instead of pining them on!

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A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+

Comments

  1. 1
    JessieLeigh says:

    This is just lovely! What a wonderful way to make a plain old bag or sweater bright and festive. Valentine's Day is my favorite holiday- this project may have to go on my to-do list.

  2. 2
    JessieLeigh says:

    This is just lovely! What a wonderful way to make a plain old bag or sweater bright and festive. Valentine's Day is my favorite holiday- this project may have to go on my to-do list.

  3. 3
    bridget {bake at 350} says:

    Now that is just adorable! OK…for me, the crafting idiot…did you stack all 6 pieces right on top of each other in a row and then fan them out once sewn?

    Your collage how-to is so pretty!

  4. 4
    bridget {bake at 350} says:

    Now that is just adorable! OK…for me, the crafting idiot…did you stack all 6 pieces right on top of each other in a row and then fan them out once sewn?

    Your collage how-to is so pretty!

  5. 5

    I love this! It seems simple enough that I could actually make it. Thanks for the tutorial!
    Kaysi @ Keeing It Simple

  6. 6

    I love this! It seems simple enough that I could actually make it. Thanks for the tutorial!
    Kaysi @ Keeing It Simple

  7. 7
    Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com} says:

    SO PRETTY! You are amazing!

  8. 8
    Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com} says:

    SO PRETTY! You are amazing!

  9. 9
    marineswife says:

    That is really cute! And simple!

  10. 10
    marineswife says:

    That is really cute! And simple!

  11. 11

    So pretty! It looks great on the black and white bag!

  12. 12

    So pretty! It looks great on the black and white bag!

  13. 13
    Julie Bagamary says:

    Cute pin.

  14. 14
    Julie Bagamary says:

    Cute pin.

  15. 15
    Lynn Richards says:

    cheryl, this is waaay cute!! I can't wait to try it. Have you tried it with paper??? I think I will!
    Lynn

  16. 16
    Lynn Richards says:

    cheryl, this is waaay cute!! I can't wait to try it. Have you tried it with paper??? I think I will!
    Lynn

  17. 17

    Just beautiful. I can't wait to decide what I will use these for after I make a bunch of them!

  18. 18

    Just beautiful. I can't wait to decide what I will use these for after I make a bunch of them!

  19. 19
    Centsational Girl says:

    J'adore ! Tres chic my dear.

  20. 20
    Centsational Girl says:

    J'adore ! Tres chic my dear.

  21. 21
    Amy {The Red Chair Blog} says:

    This is darling. Thanks for the clear tutorial!

  22. 22
    Amy {The Red Chair Blog} says:

    This is darling. Thanks for the clear tutorial!

  23. 23

    Wow I love it, it looks so cute and fun! I need to make one now.

  24. 24

    Wow I love it, it looks so cute and fun! I need to make one now.

  25. 25
    Infarrantly Creative says:

    HAHA that is so hilarious. I did the wreath as well and have been making pins all day. Brilliant minds think alike.

  26. 26
    Infarrantly Creative says:

    HAHA that is so hilarious. I did the wreath as well and have been making pins all day. Brilliant minds think alike.

  27. 27

    Just precious! I love it!

  28. 28

    Just precious! I love it!

  29. 29

    What a clever twist! I love the pop of color it adds. Thanks for the link and all of the support for my blog!

  30. 30

    What a clever twist! I love the pop of color it adds. Thanks for the link and all of the support for my blog!

  31. 31
    Hoosier Homemade says:

    I saw this post in my email yesterday! They are adorable! I'm so glad you added them to my Valentine Party!
    ~Liz

  32. 32
    Hoosier Homemade says:

    I saw this post in my email yesterday! They are adorable! I'm so glad you added them to my Valentine Party!
    ~Liz

  33. 33

    Thank you for sharing!! I have some red felt and I can't wait to try this for my girls and myself! Great idea-love it!

  34. 34

    Thank you for sharing!! I have some red felt and I can't wait to try this for my girls and myself! Great idea-love it!

  35. 35
    Heather@ theherberfamily.blogspot.com says:

    Super cute idea!

    Please feel free to stop by the Talented Tuesday at My Frugal Family link party, and add your weekly craft links!

    It's found at theherberfamily.blogspot.com

  36. 36
    Heather@ theherberfamily.blogspot.com says:

    Super cute idea!

    Please feel free to stop by the Talented Tuesday at My Frugal Family link party, and add your weekly craft links!

    It's found at theherberfamily.blogspot.com

  37. 37
    Jessi @ Yankee Belle Home says:

    Love it! I think I like it on the black and white bag best. Thanks for sharing!

  38. 38
    Jessi @ Yankee Belle Home says:

    Love it! I think I like it on the black and white bag best. Thanks for sharing!

  39. 39

    Adorable! I want some. Oh, the ways I could use this…..

  40. 40

    Adorable! I want some. Oh, the ways I could use this…..

  41. 41
    honeysuckle says:

    This is a great idea and I like your thinking of taking one thing and turning it into another using the same concept! Very clever. I will try it too. Thanks for sharing. Very good tutorial with all your pictures too.

  42. 42
    honeysuckle says:

    This is a great idea and I like your thinking of taking one thing and turning it into another using the same concept! Very clever. I will try it too. Thanks for sharing. Very good tutorial with all your pictures too.

  43. 43
    PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood says:

    Thank you for sharing this…I want to make one for a hat!
    Cindy at Lakewood

  44. 44
    PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood says:

    Thank you for sharing this…I want to make one for a hat!
    Cindy at Lakewood

  45. 45
    Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage says:

    PRETTY PRETTY!! :) Thanks!

  46. 46
    Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage says:

    PRETTY PRETTY!! :) Thanks!

  47. 47

    I love this and you make it look doable!
    xoxo
    Robin

  48. 48

    I love this and you make it look doable!
    xoxo
    Robin

  49. 49

    Very pretty. I like its simple elegance.

  50. 50

    Very pretty. I like its simple elegance.

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