Process of Transformation

The flowers from the left:

1st


The finished folding, rolling, bending, twisting and assembling.


Tucking on layer of the paper in between to layers, I assembled the bottom.


I started sewing the assembled portion.


Attaching the assembled portion, I sewed the bottom.


I put the needle through a surface that will be covered by an outer layer, covering the sewing lines.


The finished bottom view showing the sewing lines.


The finished top view.

2nd


The finished folding, rolling, bending, and twisting of the pleated paper. This is the flower same as the one below, showing the bottom part folding and sewing lines.


This is the finished top view.

3rd


I started with folding and rolling at the core of the rose, and extended to folding, bending, and twisting.


Twisting in the next layer.


Bending in the next layer.


Holding together all layers.


The side view showing the top part is not yet attached.


Folding, rolling, bending, twisting and assembling finished. I put the needle through the top core.


Having the top attached, I put the needle through the bottom.


I put the needle across the bottom.


I sewed the bottom several times.


Sewing to strengthen the side.


Sewing the gathered bottom part.


The finished bottom view showing the trimming of the extra bottom part.

4th:


This video aims to showcase the craftsmanship and delicacy of making a tiny paper flower. The techniques used are also repeated in the other flowers.

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