handmade felt Japanese anemones

Go where the wind(flower) takes you

If you’ve made our crepe paper version, then you may know the anemone is often referred to as a windflower. This is due to the flower’s appearance of looking blown open by the wind. To achieve this, we will show you how to shape the petals after assembly to give your felt Japanese anemones a more open, ruffled look.

Along with learning how to make the flowers, our tutorial also shows how to make buds. If you’d like, you can combine buds and blooms on one stem for a bit of a natural wildflower look. For arrangement ideas, we think these felt Japanese anemones would look pretty with a bunch of stems and leaves in a pot, in a vase, or as individual stems in bud vases.

Skill level: Beginner

Crafting tip: Since this felt Japanese anemone is an easier flower with not as many parts, we recommend cutting by hand. That way you can cut petals with a slight irregularity that looks more natural.

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