Tool School Kanzashi Flower Maker with Steve Butler

8487 L Kanzashi Orchid Petal (IP)

What is it? – How do you make a Kanzashi flower? Place a piece of fabric in the template, fold it closed, trim around the edges, take a threaded needle through the holes in numerical order, open the template and pull the thread tight. Petal complete. Repeat four more times and your flower is done. Could not be easier and no heavy equipment required. With all of the different sizes and shapes of Kanzashi Flower Maker templates and the vast and always changing selection of fabric patterns, colors and textures available to you, your creative potential is virtually unlimited.

What does it do? – Clover’s Kanzashi Flower Maker templates take all of the guesswork and tedious technique out of the equation. Each flower is completed easily, precisely and quickly and that allows you to concentrate all of your effort on the creative process.

•Size – Kanzashi Flower Maker templates come in three sizes. Large flowers are approximately 3 inches across, small flowers are approximately 2 inches across and extra small flowers are about 1 1/2 inches across. Select whichever size meets your requirements or combine them for something truly unique.

•Shape – Kanzashi Flower Maker templates come in five distinct petal shapes. Round, pointed, gathered, daisy and orchid. You can select the flower shape or type to fit your fabric design or project shape. The possibilities are endless.

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