Then you will need to move to the next petal and do the same thing. You will do this 13 times until you go all the way around the flower.
When you have all of the petals stitched in, then take your twine one last time and thread it through to the back.
Here is one complete twine flower using a flower loom – front view.
To completely finish it, tie off each end of the twine on the back into a knot. Then your flower is done!
I also wanted to embellish the flowers with some cute colorful wooden buttons. You can leave your without buttons, or grab any sort of button or gem to make the center of your flower. I just add these on with hot glue. I have also used thinner hemp twine which was thin enough to wrap twice and make double the petals.
Turquoise and tan are a great contrasting color combo that is great for rustic home decor. You can see how I used each color above with 2 glass jars that would have normally been recycled. Now I have very frugal rustic home decor using a flower loom!
I’ve made so many flowers, that I have also decided to turn them into magnets and add them as inventory to my Etsy Store – Magnet Menagerie.
These are super cute for your fridge, for magnet boards, or for magnetic photo frames!