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Chiffon & Tulle No Sew Flower

And the obsession with flowers continues. I don't understand I was such a tom boy as a child and now all I think about are flouncy, flirty, girly, fabric flowers. I blame it on the time a brick was dropped on my head and my mom thought it was hysterical...from tom boy to tutus!

Anyway here is another no sew flower. However, this one is a bit trickier because of the light weight of the fabric and the hot glue. So BE CAREFUL not to burn yourself, it if very easy. No one wants hot glue gun burned fingers!

Supplies:
Hot glue gun
Butter Knife (I used a plastic one so I didn't ruin a good one)
Small piece of felt
Chiffon (about an eighth to a quarter of a yard)
Tulle (about an eight of a yard)
Medium to large sized decorative shank button


Print out the pattern below. (Use the scale to make sure the print out is the correct size). Out of the felt cut one 2.5"circle. Using the square, cut 30 pieces of chiffon and 10 pieces of tulle.

Take a square of the chiffon and fold i…

Festival on the Hill this weekend

Come see me and Mike this Saturday, October 13th at Festival on the Hill!

It takes place on the 1300 block of Bolton St. and Lanvale between Jenkins and Mason. Music and Festival activities will begin at 11 am and run til 5 pm. Come and enjoy the music, food, drink, and artists.

And for the young Festival go-ers, the Kid Zone is the place to be. Funds raised from the Festival go to support Memorial Episcopal Church and local non-profit organizations.