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Make A Fabric Doily Bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers

You can make a fabric doily bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers suitable for Easter, weddings, parties, and special events. Do it yourself to create a designer bonnet in the color scheme for your event. Use your electronic craft cutter to create a lovely craft project. This bonnet is made entirely of fabric and ribbon. Even the 3D flowers on top of the bonnet are made of fabric

Fabric Bonnet with 3D Flowers

Fabric Bonnet with 3D Flowers

Supplies

Electronic Craft Cutter

SVG Cutting File

Fabric Mat
Brayer
1 yard Wired ribbon 2.5″ wide
Cotton Batiks Fabric 1/3 yard from Vogue Fabrics
Low Temp Glue Gun
¼” elastic – 12”
Low Temp Glue Sticks
1/2″ Curling Iron
Terial Magic Fabric Stabilizer
2 Gallon Ziplock baggie
Iron
Ironing Board
Pressing Cloth

Assembly Instructions

  • Prepare the Fabric.

Place the fabric in a two-gallon Ziplock baggie.

Spray enough Terial Magic Fabric Stabilizer on the fabric in the baggie to saturate the fabric.

Allow to dry until just barely damp.

Place a pressing cloth on an ironing board. Place the damp fabric on the pressing cloth. Place another pressing cloth over the damp fabric.

Set the iron to a high cotton setting without steam.

Iron the fabric until it is dry and stiff.

Cut the Stiffened Fabric

Import the SVG cutting file into your cutter software. Place the stiffened fabric on an extra tacky cutting mat. Use a brayer over the entire surface of the fabric to ensure that it is securely adhered to the mat. Use a new blade in your cutter or one that has only been used for cutting fabric. Perform a test cut to determine the best pressure and blade extension to use for cutting this project. Use two passes and a slow cutting speed when cutting fabric. Cut the doily first. Then cut the flowers.

Assemble the Flowers

Layer 1, Bud – Put hot glue along the side edges of one of the flower petals, and wrap these petal edges to the edges of a petal across from it to form a bud. Add hot glue to the sides of another petal, and place around the bud. Add hot glue to the final petal edges, and place it around the bud.

Layer 2. Place some hot glue in the center of another flower layer, and place the bottom of the bud in the center of this flower layer. Add some hot glue half-way up each of the petals and glue to the bud.

Layer 3 Add some glue to the bottom of this flower layer, and place in the center of another flower layer. Add hot glue only to the base of each of petals on this layer, and press up around the previous layers.

Layer 4 Repeat instructions for layer 3.

Layer 5 Place a dot of glue in the center of the final layer. Place the bud and previously added layers to the center of this final layer. Do not add hot glue to the petals on this layer.

Center Bud piece –  Curl the single petal around itself to form a tiny cone. Place hot glue on the inside tip and place inside of the flower.

Use a hot  curling iron to Curl each of the two sides of each petal towards the outside of the flower. Add more hot glue if needed to form the finished flower. You will need three finished flowers for this project.

Assemble the fabric doily bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers

Glue the flowers to the center of the ribbon, and glue the ribbon to the center of the cut doily.

3D Fabric Flowers

Finished fabric flowers glued to ribbon .

Glue the piece of elastic near the edge of each side of the bonnet. This elastic will go behind the ears, and under the hair to hold the bonnet in place. Curl the long edges of ribbon to hang down the sides of the bonnet.

Fabric bonnet with 3D flowers

Curled ribbon hangs down the sides.

Here is a top view of the fabric doily bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers.

Doily Bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers

Top View of the bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers

Your DIY fabric doily bonnet with 3D Fabric Flowers is now ready to use for Easter, weddings, parties, and special events. It makes a lovely gift accessory! My little friend loved wearing her new hat for Easter!

 

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Tags: 3D Fabric Flowers, accessory, Bonnet, Cricut, DIY craft, Doily, Easter, Electronic cutter, Gift, Hats, KNK, Parties, Pazzles, ribbon, Scan N Cut, Silhouette, Silver Bullet, SVG, wedding

COMMENTS (1)
  • Daphne   /   April 28, 2018., 5:10 pmReply

    What a lovely project! Your instructions are so simple and easy to follow.

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