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Fleur avec un t shirt

Fleur avec un t shirt
the next day. Well, 4 days later here I am. I am nothing, if not completely and totally unreliable. What can I say, It’s spring break week here. kids. enough said. So on with my little pillow tutorial. If you didn’t see this post on the swirled ruffle pillow, you might want to start there. This post will show you how to use your ruffles to make a completely different looking pillow. Here she is. You will start off by making your pillow cover and ruffles just like in this post, but without stitching any ruffles on it. I made 4 big rosettes and 2 smaller ones. For each rosette you will need a circle of felt or fleece cut into about a 3” circle. First I took each strip of ruffle and rounded off the corners at each end so it would have a softer look. Take your first ruffle and fold it in half lengthwise with the stitching on one side, creating a V shape with the ruffle. You will start with a dot of hot glue in the middle of your felt piece. Here she is after one ruffle has been added.

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