Flowers made of satin ribbons will unusually decorate elegant clothes. Matched to match the dress or in contrast, they will turn it into a real festive outfit.
It is necessary
- For a rosebud:
- - 90 cm of a satin ribbon 6.5 cm wide;
- - thread, needle.
- For stockrose:
- - satin ribbon 45 cm long and 6.5 cm wide;
- - thread, needle
- For a rose made of ribbons:
- - tape of any length and width;
- - thread, needle.
Rosebud Fold the ribbon in half right side out, thread the needle into the needle (the thread should be longer than the ribbon to be enough for a single thread basting) and sew the ribbon first from the fold line to the hem at an angle of 45 degrees, then along the hem, on the other cut off the corner at the end of the tape (draw the stitches diagonally to the fold line), leave the ends of the basting loose.
Pull the basting thread at one end to gather the folds of the tape. Secure the basting thread. Wrap the end of the ribbon once and secure the fold with a few stitches, this will be the center of the bud. Continue to fold the tape around the center bud, stitching each turn close to the basting, finish by securing the basting thread, end of the tape with a few stitches.
Rose stem Fold the ribbon in half with the wrong side out, thread the needle (the thread is longer than the ribbon), start sewing from edge to fold obliquely, at a 45 degree angle, then baste close to the fold. Also sew the opposite corner at the end of the tape with stitches diagonally from the fold to the edge, do not fasten the ends of the thread.
Pull the basting thread from one end and gather the tape along its entire length. Wrap the center bud tightly and secure with a few stitches, then continue wrapping the tape around the center, stitching each turn close to the basting. Finish off the flower by securing the basting thread on the other side and the end of the ribbon to hide the stitches.
Rose from ribbons Take a ribbon of the desired width and length (width determines the height of the bud, length - its fullness). Hold the tape horizontally, fold the right corner forward and down (diagonally) so that the right end is about 1.5 cm long.Hold the loose tape in your left hand, the rolled end in the right, tightly wrap the tape from right to left three turns to turned out a small cone with the top up (middle of the bud).
Secure the base of the bud (top of the cone) with a few stitches with a thread, then start rolling the rose petals. Hold the middle of the rose in your right hand, fold the ribbon back and down with your left, wrap around the middle once, secure the turn at the base of the rose. Continue to fold the free end of the ribbon back and down and wrap around the center, securing each turn with a stitch, until you get the flower you want.