Roses in Silk and Organza Ribbon

New book:  Di van Niekerk’s Roses in silk and organza ribbon


 For details about the French book, see my blog post Roses au ruban et en relief




About this book

Delicate and beautiful, the rose has been a symbol for love since ancient times, and if you love roses, then this is just the book for you.

Di van Niekerk’s Roses in silk and organza ribbon book teaches more than 60 brand new techniques on a specially designed rose sampler. The beautiful silk roses and organza leaves will appeal to silk ribbon fans, crazy quilters, fibre artists, card makers and dress designers alike and are suitable for every occasion: adorning a hat, knitted bag, crochet scarf, beaded necklace, the lid of a jewelery box or that most special outfit of all — your wedding dress.

Techniques include 16 different roses blooming amongst the latticework of rosebuds, leaves and stems. Learn how to make rose petals and rose hips, sepals, stems and leaves, spent roses and stamens, birds, a bird’s nest, butterflies, bows and wisteria. There is something for every crafter eager to learn how to create with silk and organza ribbon.

Enjoy yourself!





  • To find your nearest stockist click here.

  • To see some of the roses which I teach in the book click here 

  •  For a preview of  some pages in the book: page through the book below. Click on the top corner of the book. Please be patient while the book loads 



  • For Rose Book Review: click here