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Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern
Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern
Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern
Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern
Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern
Fleece & Felt Flower PDF Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • very basic hand sewing

Pattern Description:

I do love flowers, and cone flowers are one of my favorites. I have had a magazine page pinned to my bulletin board with a picture of a yellow cone flower on it for some time. It just makes me happy. I have been playing around the felt and fleece and thought I would try making a cone flower with it. It went so well I began trying other flowers.

My son likes to be original and unique. He asked if we could make something cool for his date's corsage for the prom. So one night I got out the felt and we had a fun late night experimenting. We came up with the cutest, unique, one of a kind corsage.

Who would have thought that FLEECE would be a great medium for making flowers? Well, it is!

Just think of all the fun gifts you can make up.

This 8 page pattern tutorial is loaded with photos and easy to follow instructions for you to make SIX different flowers.

Make a bouquet, corsage, or embellish any accessory. Pin one to your hat, purse, your daughters headband, hair clips, etc. The possibilities are endless!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • flowers range in size from 2-4 inches

Materials:

  • needle and thread
  • fleece or felt
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • light gauge wire (optional)
  • wire cutters (optional)
  • 3 small black beads (optional)
  • bamboo skewers (optional for stems)
  • pin clasp (optional)


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I have enjoyed creating all my life. I love making things with different textures and colors. My favorite is to recycle an item into something unique and most importantly, useful.

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