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Fall is almost upon us, so now is the time to up your jacket game. And thanks to this tutorial from DIY maven withwendy, you can have a completely renewed jacket adorned with fun and sassy floral embellishments in just ten minutes. Denim is the perfect neutral base to build any number of outfits off of, so adding adorable (and super on-trend) embroidered foliage is guaranteed to snazz up your ensemble — just in time for those cooler months!
- Jean jacket
- Light green faux suede
- Dark green faux suede
- Red faux suede
- Hot glue gun or glue dots
- White embroidery floss
- embroidery needle
STEP 2: Use your hot glue gun to glue the straight edge of your red fabric to your jacket. Twist the fabric into a spiral as you glue, tucking the scallops under to create the petals of the rose. When you’ve finished, you should have a faux suede red rose on your jacket!
STEP 3: Cut a strip of light green fabric and one dark green fabric – about 3cm wide. Fold the strip in half and cut each edge at a diagonal angle. Cut two little slits along the side to give it its leaf-like shape. Unfold and cut straight down the middle.
STEP 6: Stitch some embroidery floss along the edge of your rose. If you like, you can also add this detail to your leaves. When you’ve finished stitching, tie your floss off into a knot on the underside of your jacket.