Taught by Jessie Katz
Jessie has been crafting & creating as long as she can remember. Growing up her favorite toy was the “craft bucket” in her closet. This giant bucket was filled with a mixture of purchased and hand-me-down supplies, and she loved seeing what she could create with these leftovers. Jessie studied graphic design and art history at The Hartford Art School, and now works as a freelance graphic designer specializing in hand lettering & event stationery. In her free time Jessie likes experimenting with new projects and writing craft tutorials for her blog, CraftyWhatnot.com.
In this class you'll learn techniques to make many different styles of fabric flowers. We'll cover some simple sewing, as well as tips and tricks using hot glue.
You'll also learn how to turn your flowers into pins and hair accessories. With lots of fun fabric options, and ways to customize the shape of each flower you make, you'll end up with a few fabric flowers totally unique to you!