Did you know that June is the National Rose Month? It was November 20, 1986 when former Pres. Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation declaring June as the month for roses. Thus, in celebration of this event, let’s make a few of these adorable sewing projects that will recognize Roses as a National floral emblem.
7 Adorable Sewing Projects To Celebrate The National Rose Month
Celebrate The Beauty Of Roses With These Sewing Projects
How do you celebrate National Rose Month? Do you give your family or friend a bouquet of roses? Perhaps you like sending them DIY cards and fresh roses? Whatever surprises or presents you give, everything will be much appreciated. Except only if you surprise them with a prank.
There are a lot of ways to celebrate National Rose Month. These sewing projects are much more fun than any other activities. So, check out the list below.
1. Rose Dress
2. Rose Fabric Bag
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A bag is something that every girl needs. This rose fabric bag makes a perfect sewing project — aasy, fashionable, and roomy. Make one now! Click here.
3. Fabric Folder-Envelope Style
This sewing project can be a great DIY gift. I’m sure anyone who receives this will be delighted. You can also choose a different design of fabric for this. Click here to download the pattern.
4. French Seam Pillow Case
Make these for your home and bedroom to compliment a rose theme. If you have roses in your garden, how about adding more “roses” inside your house, too? Follow this link for the tutorial.
5. Baby Bloomers
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This baby bloomer is totally charming! Your little one will look cute with her new OOTD! It’s easy and fun to make, too. Click here for the tutorial.
6. Eye Glass Case
This is a beautiful glasses case you could use or give as a gift for a friend. It’s very easy — you can make in just 15 minutes. Follow this link for the tutorial.
7. Victorian Country Apron
The choice of rose-printed fabric for this Victorian-inspired DIY apron is just perfect. Very easy to make, just make a pattern, gather the fabric, and sew the pieces. To make one, click here.
You can watch the video tutorial here from simply daisy on how to crochet a Rose:
Looking for DIY gift idea? Just click here.