1. For a ruffled flower, run a basting stitch along one side of a 6” - 8” length of ribbon or lace, leaving a tail of thread at the beginning of the length of ribbon.
Pull both ends of thread and tie a knot to create a ribbon ruffle.
Secure a button to the top of the ruffle wit a glue dot.
2. For a funkier, more mod flower. Cut ribbon or twill into four 3” strips, a layer one over the other in a criss-cross pattern.
Secure in the centre with a couple of stitches, to hold the ribbons in place.
I am using both of these technique in my Design Team work this month, hope you get a chance to play with them too, they are super fast, easy and fun!