1 DIY Bib Necklace How-To…and How-Not-To: Part 3

>> Wednesday, April 28, 2010

In case you missed our progress so far (and you really haven’t missed all that much) and feel like playing catch up, below are the links to Part 1 & Part 2 posts…

DIY Bib Necklace: Part 1
DIY Bib Necklace: Part 2



Moving on to the next flower, hard to tell from the photo below but take a closer look in the video above to get a good feel for this little guy.

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In need of more fabric choices at 10:00 at night, I turned to my own closet for a little inspiration…

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This shirt will do! No longer needed by yours truly, it was just the color I was looking for…

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First, cut a long strip (about 18” long and 3” wide), and then cut into 1” sections so that you have 3 strips…

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Start braiding..

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Once you have the entire length braided, roll the braid into its self and stop to secure the rows to each other along the way…

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Secure the end of the braid to the underside of your new curly flower and call it a day!

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-Cara

1 comments:

Laura,  April 28, 2010 at 5:07 PM  

I tried the first flower and it was pretty easy once I got the hang of it. The first one took me forever but I am so not a sewer.

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