Pretty Pink Pins

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This dreamily romantic collection of pretty pink pins work beautifully together as a boutonniere set for groomsmen.

July has been an exciting month for love here.

With an engagement, and a few spectacular weddings, my inspiration this month is somewhat of a dreamy romantic nature.

The Yarns Lovers’ Shawl Pin eBook (you can get it here if you don’t already have it), a few craft materials, and only 2 grams of yarn per pin, combine to make these dreamy pins.

Step 1: Materials

The materials used are as listed in the eBook, with the following yarns.

The yarn used, clockwise from the left, is Drops Kidsilk in Light Pink, Rowan Fine Lace in Antique, Drops Lace in Powder Pink, and Malabrigo Lace in Pink Frost.

Each pin used only 2 grams of each yarn.

I chose 3mm wide satin ribbon and felt both in white, and added some size 8/0 seed beads in pink with a silver lining.

Step 2: Making the Components

Make 3 yarn balls per pin (as per module 1 of The Yarn Lovers’ Shawl Pin eBook) and cut out 3 leaves per pin from the felt using the template worksheet (found in module 2). I used the long pointed leaf, the oak leaf, the wide pointed leaf, and the 7-pointed leaf.

Step 3: Construction

Assemble the pins as per the instructions in The Yarn Lovers’ Shawl Pin eBook.

Voila!

I’m quite smitten of these four unique pins as a collection together. Especially when paired with a matching Starter Bouquet.

Who knows, if you have a yarn loving friend who is getting married, perhaps you could be the one to make her a very unique bouquet and boutonniere collection.

Please share this tutorial with your friends and let us know how you got on. You can email us on help@yarnbouquet.com or share in the comments below.

All the best,

Sam xox

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Hi there! I’m Sam. Back in 2016 I created my first Yarn Ball Bouquet, for my wedding. It was made from lots of leftover yarns, which massively helped reduce a leftover yarn stash that had been sneakily growing. I’ve since refined the processes and now I’m sharing those so you can use up your leftovers and create some beautiful yarn ball projects too!

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