Bias-Cut Wrap Carnation

Bias-Cut Wrap Carnation

Bias-Cut Wrap Carnation

In the world of couture, embellishments are everything! This bias wrap carnation lesson will make any of your designs go from ordinary to extraordinary. Once you learn how to create this amazing hand-made flower you will find dozens of ways to use it. Decorate a garment neckline, lapel, hemline, or how about an entire jacket covered in flowers? Let your imagination go wild! This lesson will acquaint you with the tools and techniques used in the best couture houses in the world.

Once you have mastered the Bias-Cut Wrap Carnation lesson, let us teach you how to create a Bias-Cut Wrap Rose and a Three Petal Flower to add to your couture collection.

Module Description Step
1 Lesson Prep 1-3
2 Plannin the Satin Bias 1-9
3 Preparing the Flower 1-8
4 Final Steps 1-10
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Step Description
1 For this lesson, you will need a piece of silk satin organza 24″ (61cm) wide by one yard (91.4cm) long.
2 A piece of white pattern paper 7″ (17.8cm) x 36″ (91.4cm).
3 And a piece of white paper 5″ (12.7cm) square.


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