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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

i-top Button Feature - Day 7


Welcome to Day 7 of our i-Top Button Feature!! We're nearing the end of this intensive 2-week feature but we sure hope that you have been inspired by our Designers creations.

We've got another day full of inspiration so let's get started.


Today we have
sharing her talents with us.


Felt Flower Headband

We can never have enough headbands in our house and the frillier the better. They are quick and easy to make and the iTop lets you customize them. I put a swatch of tulle over the fabric for some added pizzaz.




Supplies:Tools & Accessories: (i-Top, Medium Button Daddies, iBond); Other: Wool felt, fabric, tulle, DMC Floss

Suzanna has also created a fabulous tutorial for her project.

Supplies needed:
Felt Squares
Template (available at end of tutorial)
Fabric
Tulle
Fabric Scissors
Needle
Thread
iTop and medium button templates
Medium Button
1 3/4 inch Circle Punch
iBond



1.            Using the petal template, cut out five petals from a felt square.
2.            Using either the inner circle of the iTop sizing template (for a medium button) or a 1 3/4 inch circle punch to create a template, cut out (a.) a contrasting color felt to create the flower center, (b.) coordinating fabric and (c.) tulle.
3.            Using your fabric scissors, snip around the outer edge of the flower center



4.            Pinch the end of each of the petals at the base to create a gathered effect and secure with a few stitches. Assemble the flower by sewing all the petals together at the base. Sew the flower center in position.


5.            Assemble into the "cup" of the iTop the following in order from bottom to top; tulle, fabric, button top. Complete button making process.




6.            Sew button in the center of the flower.
7.            Using iBond, adhere to the side of the headband.
8.            Wear your lovely creation and make all your friends jealous of your crafty skills!!

Here's the petal template that you are free to use.



A wonderful creation Suzanna. Thank you for sharing your tutorial with us as well.


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If you love to cover buttons then you will love this prize!


We'd love to hear what you would create using the i-top tool and some accessories.  
Just leave us a comment about what you'd create and you'll be automatically entered into the random drawing for an ...


i-top tool package!
(winner will be announced Fri., March 1st)

18 comments:

Anita Braddock said...

Thanks for sharing this super cute flower headband and for the chance to win

Mary Pat Siehl said...

so pretty!

Margie said...

Love this beautiful hairpiece!

Vicky P said...

I have enjoyed seeing all the ways of using this great tool. Thanks for sharing

Guiseppa said...

What a fun hair clip! Love this Suzanna!

donlambson said...

Nice work Suzanna! your i-top button hairclip is a great way to welcome Srping!

Caryn S said...

Thanks for sharing the project AND the template!

I have several of the accessories for the i-Top but for some reason don't have the tool! If I did manage to get one I would absolutely make some accessories for my girls.

sharon g said...

What a cute flower.
I would make cards with the brads. They look awesome!

Robin B. said...

Beautiful headband, I love it!

scrappin2babygirls said...

great tutorial tfs i'd make all sorts of stuff :) thanks for the chance to win
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Natasha G.P. said...

I have been drooling over this tool for a couple of years now. I would like to make some hair accessories for my niece with the itop!!

Onehappyscrapper said...

I think making your own accessories is great! This tool would be so helpful in making those as well as home accessories. Cute headband!

Sue D said...

Would love to try a felt flower headband!

Alina said...

great projects you can do with this tool! I would love to own it!

littlen said...

cute idea. so many uses for this tool.

Iris said...

Such a cute headband. Iris

Teresa said...

love the haedband, I hope to be making some soon!

Summer Braxton said...

more great ideas... thanks for sharing them

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