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    Default Wool felt flowers?

    (I realize this is the scrapbooking board but it is a lot more active than the crafting board.)

    Has anyone made them? Any tips? I have found a couple of online tutorials but I am not finding as many as I thought I would. I really love the ones that look like a bunch of loops.

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    I did find this one. It's great but I would also like to learn how to make some like in the picture above.
    http://www.makeit-loveit.com/2011/03...wool-felt.html
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    That's beautiful!!
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    Isn't it? I think I *might* know how they did it. Maybe I should just experiment a little and see if I can figure it out. I bought some yarn, a wreath and some felt today!
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    Love those wreaths! I've seen some on blogs before, and I remember seeing a tutorial on how the wreaths are made, but not that specific flower you're talking about.

    Please share pictures of your wreath when it's finished!!
    ~Ashley

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    I have seen a bunch of felt flower tutorials on Pinterest...a friend of a friend had a bunch pinned that is. let me see if I can link any...
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    here are some...not sure if they have the style you like best but it is somewhere to start and you could tweak it to be your own
    http://www.littlethingsbringsmiles.c.../felt-fun.html
    http://theviolethours.typepad.com/bl...wer-party.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by LMCH View Post
    here are some...not sure if they have the style you like best but it is somewhere to start and you could tweak it to be your own
    http://www.littlethingsbringsmiles.c.../felt-fun.html
    http://theviolethours.typepad.com/bl...wer-party.html
    Thank you so much! I did finally ask the etsy seller if she would share how she learned her technique and she was very generous to send me a link.

    http://mrspriss.com/2011/02/03/tutor...-thingamabobs/

    I like looking at as many tutorials as possible though. Everyone has their own unique way of doing things.
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    Those are all so adorable!
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    Wow, awesome! I would have never guessed that's how those flowers are made. I need to make one of these wreaths some day! Winding all of that yarn doesn't look like fun! LOL
    ~Ashley

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    wow is right...those do look super easy! thanks for sharing
    ~*~Lauren~*~







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