Rose Lantern

Hello! It’s Lola….again!! I know that it hasn’t been very long since my last Bake Shop,but I just had to hurry and get a few ahead. These next few weeks/months are going to be crazy with Quilt Market rapidly approaching……yikes!! I hope you like it!


10″ Chinese lantern
11 Fat quarters or 1-Jelly Roll
Adjustfabric quantity if you are using a different size lantern.

Step 1-Cut fat quarters into 2.5” x 22″ strips. If you are using a jelly roll cut the strips in half so they are 22-ish inches long.

Step 2-Fold each strip in half, and run a gathering stitch along the bottom, securing at one end. You can use a machine, or do it by hand.
I did it by hand so that I could make the rosettes while I was waiting for kids at soccer, dentist, football, etc.

Step 3-Pull gathering threads, and curl strip into a rose.

Step 4- Apply Hot Glue to the back of a rose and randomly stick it onto the Chinese lantern
Step 5- Keep gluing them on until the lantern is FULL.
Step 6– Hang, and adore!

1 lovely Be-rosed Lantern. Wouldn’t this be great in a girls room?

I’m putting mine in my studio because it makes my heart go pitter-pat!
These roses would also be fabulous on a pillow!! (Thanks for the idea Angela!)
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0 comments on “Rose Lantern

  1. Busty LaRue says:

    OOH! I want one! I need something fun and pretty to brighten up my sewing space in my living room corner. 😀

  2. BJ_Mama says:

    THAT'S…….going to be perfect in my daughter's big girl room….I LOVE IT!

  3. Melody says:

    Wow Lola! You come up with the best ideas!

  4. gorgeous!!! What a great idea…definately going on “I really want to do this someday” list.
    Thanks so much!!

  5. Jackie says:

    Just really super creative!

  6. Aimee says:

    This is such a great idea and oh, so pretty! Lots of these hanging from trees would be beautiful for an outdoor wedding along with the old canning jar lights. Or even for a girly b-day party.

  7. jaybird says:

    i like the pillow idea… cute!

  8. Abbey says:

    Super Cute. Too bad I'll never find the time to make it!

  9. kheaney says:

    Very cute! Wish I had a girl 😀
    Very creative idea!

  10. allsewnup says:

    I love it's “girlyism”. So sweet.


  11. Sheri Howard says:

    So very, very cute!!!

  12. Hey It's Di says:

    That is simply fabulous and even better in person!! I've been lucky enough to see (and touch) it:)

  13. jabeybaby says:

    What a great idea, I love it!

  14. It's gorgeous. I shall definately be includng one in my bedroom makeover. Thanks.xx

  15. rojalka says:

    Just really super creative!

  16. Neil says:

    Oh, Lola, you have done it again. I am going to make one for a very good friend who just had a baby. What a great night light it would be. Awesome!! and easy!!

  17. Jessica G. says:

    Great idea! Makes a rather ordinary feature into something extraordinary.

  18. joanna says:

    That is the cutest thing I have seen on MBS yet! I love it. What a fantastic idea. Thanks for sharing,


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  20. fabricartist says:

    Adorable, adorable, I have an eclectic house and I will make one of these for some corner. Thanks again for a darling idea

  21. super cute! super cute! I mean super cute! LOL. I just threw away my dusty old $1 store lanterns. DANG I could have totally done this.

  22. Angel says:

    SOOOOOO CUTE!!!! That will look fabulous in my Grandaughters room. Can't wait to make it! Thanks Lola!!!!!

  23. Love this! Thanks for the tutorial 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful day!! huge hugs!! Britt 🙂

  24. Love this! Thanks for the tutorial 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful day!! huge hugs!! Britt 🙂

  25. Wowsa, this is sooooooo fabulous!!

  26. Ringmaster says:

    This is such a great idea that we are holding a class at the quilt shop for it. Thanks Lola

  27. Kathi D says:

    That is waaaaaaaay cute!