I like them Sarah. They would look gorgeous on a short, tailored jacket :) How much are you selling them for?
i love them Sarah!really, really, they are great, I like how they are rustic and the ends curl up a little.well done, goodluck with them!♥
No way - not too rustic at all....You'll need to be wearing one so people can see it in action!
Love them, gorgeous! That's the kind of brooch I'd wear.
GET THOSE TO MARKET.immediately. people should be wearing them on their blouses.love 'em (if you couldn't tell)xx Amy
I think they are fantastic. I would also like to see them with a fabric covered button. GOOD LUCK!!!
Gorgeous, you could also attach them to a barrette and sell them as very trendy hair bows.
Love them! Not too rustic at all.. very pretty. I agree with Jodie who said wear one yourself - best advertising!
They look great Sarah, definitely not too rustic. Also once they are worn they will ruffle up round the edges and look even more rustic, fabulous but yes you must wear one.hugs Deb
GGoooorrrrrggggeeeouusss!! I know where I can donate my scraps now!!
I love them so I'm not much good for constructive feedback! think they would look lovely on a scarf or as a hair pin. Which market are you thinking of selling them at because I really want some!
Fabric flowers are quite trendy at the moment. Maybe do some with clips so you can wear them in your hair (I so would!). Love them.
I think that they are fantastic! Not only as a brooch but would look lovely on a bag!Lisa
they are fantastic. I Think they will walk out the door.
Very pretty, but I'd also like to see them clustered together - maybe in 3's?
Don't forget to sell them as hat/beanie adornments too. I'm wondering how well they would hold up to wear or if the fabric could get a bit floppy and tired looking after the finish is worn out of the fabric. Maybe think about felt as the base round to provide stregth and stability. You already know they are cute and visually marketable and appealing right? Good luck with them hon.
Yes, that's it! Fusing them would give stability without the problems of bulk that you may face if you used felt. Good thought.
You have been busy while I have been away. I will have to keep an eye on you. They look great
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