Organza Flowers How To Make Easy Tulle Flowers – Organza Flower Making Tutorial


How to make beautiful fabric flowers without using a soldering iron Stay tuned! If you love anything about fabric flowers, consider subscribing Hi, welcome to Anjurisa Channel It’s been a while since I made a fabric flower tutorial The highlight here is that I will make a fabric flower without using a soldering iron Let’s go ahead and get started! Prepare a square fabric, I will use organza and tulle fabric for this flower And to cut such perfect straight line like this, I will use a rotary cutter If you don’t have a rotary cutter, you can use a regular scissors So, prepare a self healing cutting mat and a transparent ruler I will make 1.5 inch or 4 cm square fabric The size of this square fabric will determine the size of our flower I will show you the difference at the end of this video This is the tulle fabric, and this is the organza fabric
Put them together like this Add a dab of glue, and fold down Prepare 4 pieces of this and I will show you how to arrange the fabric The arrangement of this fabric is the same as the one I made in this video You can click here to watch my previous video Just place the fabric on top of each other Prepare 2 pieces of this, and attach them together Embellish the flower using anything you like Our fabric flower is finished This is the one I made using 2 inch square fabric
You can see the difference Thanks for watching, if you enjoy this fabric flower tutorial, please like and share this video If you have any questions, write in the comment below And please support this channel by subscribing and ring the bell~

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26 thoughts on “Organza Flowers How To Make Easy Tulle Flowers – Organza Flower Making Tutorial

  1. Always such beautiful videos! Anjurisa, do you also know how to make flowers using ribbons? If so, would you be able to demonstrate how to make a lovely petal flower using Organza ribbons .. I have so much Ribbon, and want to use it up nicely. Many thanks. Subscriber from LONDON ENGLAND

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