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Satin Ribbon Brooch with Decorative Beads

>> Saturday, 15 June 2013

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I am scratching my head for the past 5 minutes or so, thinking what to write. The photos are ready, but what is there to write? Nevermind, perhaps posting the photos is for now, is sufficient.

So the made of these brooches are the satin ribbons. Except for the blue one, I choose the unshining side to because not only it is more durable, the colors are a lot natural. Some may prefer the other way around -sure, no harm.

4mm beads

To see how interesting the final outcomes would be, I use different sizes of beads, ranging from 2mm to 7mm. The smaller the size, more beads to sew on. Either way, both came up interestingly.

To read more about this product, promotion and price, feel free to visit the following link . Discount for purchase of 3 units is applicable, any design or color may apply. 

* for this one, I use the "shining side". 4mm beads

 2mm beads

7mm beads


Handmade floral brooch - Rose Buds

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Blog writing with speed of crawling has turned into a mini-marathon; a second blog entry for the day and what a surprise! This time, it is about my handmade Rose-bud satin brooch.

This very same topic was written sometime ago, in october. Some has left comments, while others have openly (and privately) requested for a tutorial. To be frank, that time I wasn't fully satisfied with the final outcomes, that I have to (gently) turn down precisous orders coming from generous visitors. I found something is still missing somewhere during the process of making, that I need to again, further investigate.

However, there were "this and that" in between, going on for some months before I can really be seated comfortably and continue this project. And finally, here are the outcomes:.

in the making

aha! done..

size of 2 inches (diameter)

test it on my shirt

ready to pack - nicely fit into a 2x2 inches coloured gift boxes, with transparent window displays

wear it on a mannequin

Selection of colors, prices and promotions are available here . I will keep adding more photos as new colors are available, or simply or as occurred. Same goes with sizes; currently only 2 inches diameter of sizes are available.
The slight difference of prices are due to different types of satin used, which takes difference of challenge to make one.


Yet another Fabric Flower from scrap

>> Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Main material: Burlap Fabric

Other materials:
Needle, thread, scissors.
Fabric or hot glue

Another fine, simple, fast and yet attractive fabric flower made from scrap, using the twisting and gluing technique. What have interest me the most about this tutorial is the type of fabric used, called the Burlap - historically used to make uniform of the soldiers in German.

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Fabric Kanzashi Flower Tutorial

>> Friday, 19 April 2013

Main material: Fabric - interfaced kimono silks or starched cotton.



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