ROSE
Materials required.
A strip of pink tissue paper, -' .-in. X 3-in. for Petals.
Strip of green crepe paper, 3-in. x 2-in " Calyx.
Pieceofwire8-in.long ... ... )
tnp 0 green crepe paper, -In. X 1-10.
A fine knitting-needle.



Preparation of Materials.-Take the strip of pink tissue paper, 3o-in. x 3-in., and fold into two equal parts by the dotted line A (Fig. 32);
next fold into two equal parts by the dotted line B (Fig. 33); and fold again into three equal parts, by the dotted lines C and D (Fig. 34.). The last fold forms a vertical line down the middle of the petals E (Fig. 35).



Curve with scissors, by the dotted line G (Fig. 36), and open the paper out, wilen there should be 12 petals, as in Fig. 37.



Hold the strip in the left hand by No. I Petal, and the knitting-needle in the right hand. Bend the edge of the petal over the knitting-needle and roll until half-an-inch is on tile needle H (Fig. 38). After rolling, repeat the process on the other edge of the same petal, J, and so on for all the twelve petals.



Take the strip of green crepe paper, 3-in. X 2.in., fold it into two equal parts by the dotted line K (Fig. 39). Fold this into three equal parts by the dotted lines L and M (Fig. 40), and cut the corners off with scissors, by tile dotted Jines (Fig. 41). Open out and cut one point off, as only five points are required; but it is more easy to fold as above than into five equal parts.







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FIRST COURSE (Easy Exercises)

Stalks
Dandelion
Garden Daisy
Chrysanthemum
Carnation
Rose


SECOND COURSE

Double Daffodil
Wild Rose
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