Wrapping Gifts with Sewing Tissue Paper
Beginner | 11 min 52 sec
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The repeating lines and symbols on tissue sewing patterns have a charm that works beautifully when used as wrapping paper. In this workshop, Megumi Inouye shows you how to create a voluminous tissue paper bow, as well as tips for wrapping a gift without tape. 
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Pinking shears
  • Tissue sewing patterns
  • Ribbon
  • Wooden thread spool or other decorative object
  • Thread
  • Clothes clip
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Marcie Lovett
Fun
More than 3 months ago
Jacquie Keer
This is so effective! And adaptable to plain tissue paper and using a large bead as the flower centre accessory. My standard of present wrapping will definitely improve after watching this class, thank you!
More than 3 months ago
Lisa Murphy
Adorable use of the old pattern. Simple. The bow-flower that was cut with pinking shears and with a spool center was sweet! I appreciated how she didn't cut the tissue used to wrap the gift item and made a tab-pocket, secured by a ribbon, and tied in a bow. There was no tape used and this was an elegant upgrade. Thank you!
More than 3 months ago