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February 24, 2009

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claire

love the tiny flowers had so much fun making some! thanks for the tutorial

Maya Harrison

I bought many of this pins from ebay and then i found they are too small for the brooch i was making. This is a good idea here... I would like to make this project :-) Great scarp buster indeed :-)

Rona Sari

Nice..very inspired :)

Elaine Bragg

I am making Anne Hall hats and I would like to purchase already made 3" flowers of assorted colors to adorn my hats. Can you please tell me how I can order these from you and the price. I am a grandmother of 7 children and they all love my hats and so do their friends. Please help. Thank you.

Carlee

How do I make just the flowers? And leaves?

maria de lourdes

adorei!!!! Vou faze-los. Bjs.

Andrea

Hi Lucy,
your work is always so beautiful stained. I love it. I'm so jealous of the two button boxes. They are beautiful. I have crocheted the Tin cover and "planted" crochet Primroses. I will crochet sure many! Thank you for the inspiration. Love your blog, do please keep it.
Many greetings from Germany, Andrea.
(Translated with the help of bing translator)

Zaheda

Awww...that is sooooooooooo pretty !! I want one for myself!

Deb

Hi. I just finished my first flower brooch. A friends daughter is celebrating her first mommys day. Gramma picked out the colors of the flowers and leaves and left me to create. I wish I could show it to you. It's adorable. Purples and yellows. Thanks for your blog. I get so many great ideas from you ))))))

Wedding Flowers Melbourne

This is really beautiful! You are so artistic. Thanks for the inspiration you are giving!

debra

i was looking through the comments, and i too would like to know where you got the tins...they are adorable! and of course i'm going to make the pin! thanx for the pattern!

anh pham

thank you very much lucy for step by step instruction, the brooch is so beautiful! i have made some flowers and leaves and going to make the brooch for my daughters. just want to ask you how can you stich them to the felt so neatly! i have tried but it looks ... messy, could you please give me some advices? much appreciated and big thanks.

Amanda, Leeds

Thanks so much - just made one of these for my sister for her birthday. So much fun making them. Also, I have used your bobble shell edging on sooooooo many things, so big thanks for that too. May soon have to buy you a coffee! Like so many people, LOVE your blog - big inspiration ♥ ♥ ♥

Sabine

soooooooo beautifull!!

Gail Lucille

Hi Lucy, thank goodness the world is a better flowery place because of your great projects!!!
Thanks for sharing...

Paula B

I am up to about 30 flowers now... I should probably make something out of them now. But making these flowers is soooo adictive! The ladies at knit night think I have lost it...

vintage brooches

anybody can fell in love with this such a wonderful artwork. Beautiful, Gorgeous, wow. oh my God, I am just felling short of words to admire these.

vintage wedding rings

anybody can fell in love with such a wonderful artwork. Beautiful, Gorgeous, wow. oh my God, I am just felling short of words to admire these.

Deanne Stewart-Mills

I love these. What a gorgeous idea!! Thanks for sharing the instructions.

Deanne
xx

Joni

I love these - they're gorgeous! I have my mother's day present idea sorted... Thanks so much! xo

flower Philippine


This is an interesting article. I enjoyed reading your post. It makes a lot of sense. Thanks for guiding me through this. Rarely do I find good entries that would walk me through. Great post.


-pia-

Else

Darling! Well done!

aime

Hi! Beautiful teeny tiny flowers!
I am from Argentina and I having some troubles understanding the instruction above. Would you mind posting them with more details?
Thanks!!!

aime

Hi! Beautiful teeny tiny flowers!
I am from Argentina and I having some troubles understanding the instruction above. Would you mind posting them with more details?
Thanks!!!

Term Papers

Its very attractive artificial flower's site, I am very thankful to you. I want to get information about How to make this, I hope you will help me. I like it so much.

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