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.
Why not try your hand at other couture embellishment techniques such as our Bias-Cut Wrap Carnation and our Three Petal Flower lesson.
|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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