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December 01, 2008



LOVE IT!! You are the best. I am off to do a little rosetting myself.


hmmmm- now what on earth needs a rosette around here? must go find something!


Lovely rosette! Thanks so much for such an easy way to make a great gift for this holidays!

Debra Walters

Wow~your tutorial actually makes it sound easy~I might give it a try. Maybe. You might have to be there to help. Your poor baby with her shots!!! I hope that is not why she cried last night!!! I will be glad when she starts to like me. How old was Amelia when she decided she liked me??????? I don't remember Cole and Kavin doing this~your girls must get it from their father!!!! Is she too young for me to start bribing her with chocolate?????


wow that's a wonderful tutorial. thanks a bunch!


wow that's a wonderful tutorial. thanks a bunch!


Very cute tutorial! Now I need to find a need for a rosette somewhere! :p


I am hooked! Just made my first two and I am so in love. Thanks so much for the fun and easy tute. I posted about it here: http://www.joyshope.com/2009/01/give-me.html


This is wonderful!!! I always have just a bit of left over material that I hang onto for just this reason! Love these, thank you, thank you.

Rebecca Vavic

I love this... it is just so cute! I am gonna make mineself a few and post a link to you on my blog :)
Thanks for sharing!


This is fabulous! Thanks so much, I can't wait to go home and try this :)


Thank you, thank you!! Excellent tutorial.....


janet metzger

just what I have searching the web for!!!! Thanks for sharing ;-)


Adorable rosette, I am so excited to make a bunch of these. Question for you -- I was thinking of adding one of these to a nightgown. Any idea how they would hold up in the wash? Thanks!


OMG You rock!!! I have been looking for a tutorial on how to make these for a while now. Thanks so much and I think you are extra funny too :o)


I know that you posted this tutorial a couple of years ago but thank you! It was really helpful and easy to follow. I am going to try it out for sure for one of my next projects. Check out my website in a week or two to check it out! @ www.nagashi602.blogspot.com

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It's great to hear from you and see what you've been up to. In your blog I feel your enthusiasm for life. thank you.


thank you! I almost paid for a tutorial on these.... and you are so sweet to create this for free :) CHEERS!!

Misti Kallas

Thank you for providing an easy tutorial. I made 6 rosettes and made brooches from them.


Where is the "like" button? :] LOVE your tutorial!


The power of google. Love it, thanks for sharing!


I found this looking for a reminder! Your step by step was PERFECT! I have such a hard time sewing in a circle, but my mess ups made a perfectly Vintage-y rosette for my daughters skirt, Thanks so much!


Congratulations! You have so much useful information, write more.


thanks !! very helpful post!

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