Rosette Decoration

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The completed decorative rosettes.I wanted to add an embellishment to a nightgown I made so I made these little rosettes from the leftover fabric.


Total Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 3



  1. Cut a strip of fabric and estimate the width of the fabric according to the size of the finished rose. My strip was about 1 1/2 inches and made a small rose bud.
  2. A long strip of pink fabric.
  3. At one end of the strip, fold in the top on both sides to form a point. Fold in half. Start rolling and twisting to form a bud. Cut off excess fabric.
  4. Using the scissors to roll up a rosette.
    Using the scissors to roll up a rosette.
  5. Using a needle that has already been threaded and knotted, sew the end in place and go around making small stitches to hold the layers of the rose bud together.
  6. The rolled rosette.

  7. At the bottom of the bud, insert the needle through the top, thread a small bead through the needle and sew in place, threading the needle through the bead two or three times. Insert the needle back through the bottom of the bud. Pull tight and knot.
  8. Sewing the rosette together.
    Adding a bead to the rosette.
  9. I made three of these and then sewed them to the top of the nightgown.

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