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Kanzashi Flower Fascinator - Pattern by La Todera

Kanzashi Flower Fascinator -  Pattern by La Todera
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Finished Size - 5"

Be fascinating and sew your own Kanzashi flower fascinator. For use with the Clover Kanzashi Flower Maker, you can have a fabulous fascinator for every occasion! Great for brides, bridesmaids and proms, instructions are included for adding feathers and tinting petals. Elegant and fun! Materials: Large Pointed Petal model Kanzashi Flower Maker; 1/2 yd silk dupioni, shantung, or quilting cotton, if using two colors, 2 fat quarters or 2 1/4 yd pieces; matching thread; 4" square matching felt; polyester fiberfil; 4" round chipboard coaster or stiff cardboard; hot glue gun and sticks; fine elastic matching fabric or hair color; Optional: Hackle feather half plate piece. 'Kanzashi Flower Fascinator' pattern, by La Todera. Finished flower size is about 5".

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