Cut out your petals you will use 5 on the large and I do 2 of these large flowers and then you can use 5 or 6 petals for the small flower.
Next you get some matching embroidery thread and needle and you sew through the bottom of the petal as shown and join all the petals together.
Then you will take the ends of the thread like in the picture and join them to make your flower.
When you are done your flower should look like this.
You sew all three flowers the same way and then you layer them one on top of each other with the smallest flower on top. Then you will sew near and around the center through all three flowers to join them together.
The next step would now be to cut out your leaf from some green felt and pick out a button for the center of the flower.
I like to use a button that is contrasting in color to the flower.
There you have it!!
Some very simple very pretty flowers. I have not tried it but I am sure that you could also use polar fleece as well to make these flowers. Which would be a great way to use up scrap polar fleece pieces.
Click the picture to print the pattern from my photobucket!
Now that I have all these flowers what better place for them than on a tea cozy!!
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The Tea cozy is made out of 2 layers of soft gray polar fleece if this doesn't keep your tea warm your in big trouble!! We also made the tea cozy tall so if you have a fancy tall tea pot or a round short one it will be sure to fit.
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