This is the finished Loopty Loop Flower.
Supplies you'll need: glue gun, chipboard or other circle about 1" in diameter, and 30" of 7/8" or 1" ribbon.
Add a dot of glue to the center of the circle (I used pre-cut grundgeboard circles because it was easier for me).
Attach the ribbon to the circle by pressing it to the glue.
Add another glue dot and make a loop with the ribbon. Then add another dot of glue on top of that.
Make a figure-eight with the next loop. Keep adding glue so the next loop can be glued down.
Keep making loops in figure-eights in alternating directions.
Once you've gotten five or six loops (depends on preference), one can stop and have a single-layered flower or continue by adding another layer of loops to make a double-layered flower.
Once the desired layers have been completed, cut the ribbon at the last glue dot in the center. Then add a button, flower, or anything you'd like for a flower center. I like to use buttons!
Here is another example of the double-layered Loopty Loop Flower!
Here are some of the Loopty Loop Flowers that I created. You can make these flowers using lace, ribbon, shear ribbon, paper, or fabric and with one, two or three layers!