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Sorry, this item is completely sold out. ♫♥♫♥♫ Beautiful NEW!Vintage Roses kit for the complete beginner and the advancedBox Full of Lessons 15... Click on the images to enlargeLearn (step-by-step) how to create beautiful Vintage Roses with fabric and ribbon and use the technique to create designer roses for felt hats, brooches, hair slides. Make an accessory for a handbag, for shoes, for that very special dress or jacket.... the possibilities are endless! Suitable for all levels! No experience is necessary.Easy to make and the close-up photographs will teach you step-by-step in close-up detail… The VINTAGE ROSES kit containsPattern/templateWhite felt to work onto. 15cm (6”) square2 x milliners’ needles size 8 or 92 x embroidery needle size 8 or 92 x chenille needles size 20 or 22Pink fabric for petals - hand-paintedYellow fabric for stamens - hand-paintedDarker green fabric for sepals and budsGreen taffeta - Medium to dark green fabric for leaves, hand-paintedPale brown/green fabric for leaves - hand-paintedPink fabric for buds - hand-painted3 skeins of thread - 2 green and 1 pink. Six-strand cotton0.3mm wire - 20 pieces pre-cut to 24cm lengths1 x 4mm silk ribbon no. 117 or 118 or 791 x 7 mm silk ribbon no. 26 or 24Brooch pin x 1Hairclip x 1 to use instead of the brooch pinBead and ribbon for rose-hipCD to use on your computer or laptop with the step-by-step instructions and clear detailed photography - easy to follow instructions suitable for the complete beginner to this art form. Written and photographed by Di van NiekerkColour pictures to guide you as you workPlus a free gift: Red and lavender satin-chiffon fabric to make more beautiful roses - red and lavender, what more could a girl want?And this is a beauty made by my friend Karen Fraser from Piecemakers in California. Karen made the rose from a kit that I had sent to her and she added little-beaded stalks. Don't you think it is gorgeous?and this beauty was made by Valentina Razenkova from St. Petersburg, Russia. Click on the image to enlargeSo, you see, you too can learn how to make beautiful rose accessories and surprise your family and friends with a lovely gift!EnjoyLoveDi