Bias-Cut Wrap Rose
In the world of the couture, there is perhaps nothing more beautiful than the creation of hand-made flowers and other embellishments made from the finest materials. In this lesson, you will learn how to create a beautiful bias wrap rose out of silk satin organza. We will teach you how to cut, prepare, wrap, sew and press this amazing rose. Use your rose to decorate a hat or other areas of a garment, such as a lapel, collar, sleeve, hem or waistline. If you find that you love making wrap roses you could even cover an entire jacket or skirt with them for an “over the top” look.
|2||Planning the Satin Bias||1-6|
|3||Preparing the Flower||1-8|
MODULE 1 • LESSON PREP
|1||For this lesson you will need to prepare: a piece of silk satin organza 24” (61cm) wide by one yard (91.4cm) long.|
|2||A piece of white unlined pattern paper 7” (17.8cm) wide by 36” (91.4cm) long.|
|3||And a piece of white unlined pattern paper 5” (12.7cm) square.|
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