Fabric Rosette Tutorial



Want to know how to make fabric rosettes?  I first learned how to make fabric rosettes back in September.  You can read about that here.  Here is a quick and I hope, simple tutorial on how to make fabric rosettes!
You will need:
A strip of fabric. 
Hot glue gun and glue sticks.
Beads for embellishing.

First take a strip of fabric and knot it in the middle. 

 
Place a dab of hot glue on the knot and wrap the fabric around it and hold it for a few seconds.
Then twist the ends and begin to wrap it around the knot. Place a small dot of hot glue every time you wrap the twisted fabric around. Becareful where you place the glue. You don’t want it to show when your rosette is done. I STILL have an issue with this. 
 
 
 
 
See how the ends flap out sometimes?  You can close these up really nice using a little hot glue. Just make sure you place the glue in a well hidden areas. 
 


Now add some beads. Again becareful of how much glue you use. I still have a problem with this too. You only need the tiniest dab of glue for these beads. This rosette is also a perfect example of why you should be careful where you place the glue while making your rosette.

I would LOVE to see yours if you try this tutorial and if you have any questions please feel free to ask!

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42 thoughts on “Fabric Rosette Tutorial”

  1. Ami, this is a fabulous tutorial! I tried making my first rosette's the other day, and did not use this method. I'm totally going to work on a project today with this method! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Just so you know it, ONE glue ball looks like wet dew! Not a mistake. So you might want to incorporate them on a few of the roses. But, I so understand your issue with glue showing. Come visit when you can…

  3. These are so cute! You are a master at this and for some reason it's just something that I am not getting the hang of. I've been trying to make different ones for weeks. No special project, I've just seen your's and wanted to do it. But every time I finish one Mr. Hubs says they just look like "wadded up frabric"….. So either I am just never going to get this or the Hubs just doesn't "get it" LOL

  4. Great tutorial! I might just try these! I'm determined to use my hot glue gun for something other than my kids Easter parade hats this year!!Jill @ Creating my way to Successhttp://jembellish.blogspot.com/

  5. I love these roses! Loved your tutorial too. I can make them but start with a knot at one end of the fabric. I'm going to try your way as it looks like it would go must faster. Now about the hot glue! I burn the beejeebers out of my fingers! ouch! So I use tacky glue for fabric. Those little burns hurt so much, dont' they? :)Be a sweetie,shelia 😉

  6. Thanks for the great tutorial! I have been making these but with a different method. I think I will try your method tonight and see how it turns out!! Thanks for sharing!xoxoKelli @ loveoursimplelife.blogspot.com

  7. Thanks so much for this Tutorial! It's perfect and just what I was looking for. Found you over at Funky Polkadot Giraffe! I think I'm your newest follower!Jeanainplaceofhercrown.blogspot.com

  8. This is an awesome post, I would really love it if you linked this up to Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage, the link will be up all Week! Take care, Mary :O)

  9. I wanted to say thank you so much for sharing this tutorial! I have been making these for a while and your technique is great!! I like the way they seem more finished when using the technique. Last night I went home after work and made 3 new hair accessories before dinner!! Oh yeah I was on a roll!!xoxoKelli @ loveoursimplelife.blogspot.com

  10. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I have been dying to try these. I am reposting this on my blog on Tuesday and linking back to you and crediting you with all instructions and photos. If this is a problem, just let me know.

  11. Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love these roses and yours are fabulous! I still haven't mastered this technique and my roses haven't "turned out" yet… I love the idea of using old baby blankets and think I am going to have to try again :)Inky Smiles!Erin

  12. So cute! I featured these on my blog today, and linked back to you so folks could see your awesome directions! Hope this is OK :)http://samanthamcnesby.blogspot.com/2011/02/valentines-day-crafts-round-up.html

  13. 40 comments!! Wow you are popular 🙂 Love those rosettes. I found you from the blog hop and I am now following you…would love a follow back! Krazycraftylady.blogspot.com

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