To work, you need a pink viscose cloth, a ruler, scissors and a glue gun.
The size of our napkin is 33x33 cm. We cut a strip 3.5 cm wide on one side of it.
We place the strip along and from one edge we fold it a little. After this, it is necessary to make a cut (stepping back from the edge of 2 cm) with a depth of 1.5 cm (in the unfolded form there will be a hole 3 cm long).
Fold the strip further and make the second hole at a distance of 2 cm from the first.
Continue to the end of the strip. The result should be 6 holes of 3 cm each at a distance of about 2 cm from each other.
We place the strip horizontally and proceed to the formation of the blank for our roses. To do this, fold the right end of the strip along, thread through the nearest hole and withdraw the tip.
Then it is required to thread the tip of our workpiece into the second hole of the strip and withdraw it.
So continue to the end of the strip.
Now we proceed directly to the manufacture of roses. To do this, take the right tip of our workpiece and twist it a little. At intermediate stages we fasten with hot glue.
Gradually we continue to twist the rose, periodically turning the strip outward.
We fix the tip at the bottom of the flower with a hot gun, our rose from a viscose napkin is ready.