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SEW GOOD FLOWER PATTERN


Run a gathering thread around the circle of material about 1/8” from the edge


✓ Step Two


With thumb and fi nger, lightly hold edge of material and pull thread to gather material down toward the cen- ter. (Holding the edge as you gather will keep nice smooth gathers in the petals.) Go around the edge once more in the same place and come up in the center. This second stitch will hold the petal fi rmly in place while you make the next petal.


✓ Step Four


Pull gathers until the raw edges are almost touching. Fasten thread. Do not cut thread. This is the back side of the fl ower.


✓ Step Three ✓ Step Five


In the same manner, go around four more times for a fi ve-petaled fl ower. (Don’t forget the second stitch on each petal!) Fasten off on back. Sew a bead for fl ower center.


Turn fl ower over. This is the fl ower front. Bring needle and thread up from the back in the center of the circle. Wrap the thread from the center, over the edge, and bring the needle back up through the center.


Tip of the Trade:


Follow the basic directions for a fi ve-petaled fl ower except offset the center about 3/4 of the way down rather than in the middle. You will have two large petals and three small ones to make the perfect pansy!


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