* Felt flower

Posted on March 17th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Projects with Instructions, Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


It warmed up just enough a couple of weeks ago that it seems like it should be spring. And now it’s snowing again. If I still have to wear my winter coat, at least I can make a flower pin to cheer me up, like the one at Aesthetica Projects. Cut out about 7 circles of felt (this is a wool/rayon blend from One Stitch at a Time) in different sizes and stack them up from biggest to smallest. Sew with a stitch in the center, pulled tight so the circles kind of poof out. Cut slits from the edge in towards the center and trim the edges so they look a little more petal-like. The middle looked empty on mine, so I took a thin strip of felt and folded it back and forth into a squiggle. Sew through the bottom of each part of the squiggle and sew it into the center. Mine’s attached with a safety pin.

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One Response to “Felt flower”

  1. sharada Rijal Says:

    your flower is very nice We are also in this line if We can work together is very nice if you are interested i can send you some pictures

    Sharada Rijal
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