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Audrey Flower Pattern

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Author SnazzieDrawers
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by G. Sears
on June 14th, 2013

“I love this pattern and have made several in different colors. I found the pattern easy to do, and the final product is lovely!”

THE ABSOLUTE BEGINNER flower pattern!

NO previous sewing experience required AND NO SEWING MACHINE!
SO EASY YOU WON'T BELIEVE HOW fabulous the results are!!!

*Includes INSTRUCTION ON HOW TO ATTACH TO and make your own lace HEADBAND and
how to attach to a plastic or metal headband
*THREE different printable size templates (small, medium, large) within the pattern
will make for three completely different looks
*Excellent quality pattern with step by step instructions and color photos bring clarity and understanding for visual learners in each step
*Can be used with almost any fabrics
*Requires very little fabric for even the large flower
*VERY easy and can be made quickly- perfect for a craft business! Time is money!
*makes AMAZING photography props!

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Fabric for flower petals (Recommended fabrics: Duchess silk satin, silk shantung, silk organza, dupioni silk, cotton, linen. Not recommended: chiffon, charmeuse)

Desired Flower Size
45” Width
60” Width

Small
1/8 Yard
1/8 Yard

Medium
1/8 Yard
1/8 Yard

Large
1/4 Yard
1/8 Yard

- Coordinating thread
- Sharp hand sewing needle
- Sharp scissors
- Dritz Disappearing Ink Pen - Purple
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks or Aleene’s Fast Grab Tacky Glue (slow drying glue not recommended)
- Rhinestone or button embellishment for center of flower (optional)
- 3” felt square

Headband Supplies (optional)

- Plastic headband or ½ yard of ¼” to 2” wide stretch lace elastic for an elastic headband

Some ideas I have had for these include:
*a pin for a dress around the neckline or on a sash on the waist
*attach three small ones to a headband off to a side going down
*make and cover a pillow with these- something I want to try soon!
*handbag embellishment
*FABULOUS for wedding decor, flower girls basket, ring bearer pillow embellishment, bridal hair piece, bridal sash, bridesmaid gifts on a clip for their updos to coordinate with their dresses, table decor, chair cover embellishments, small ones adhered on top of favor boxes.

by G. Sears
on June 14th, 2013

I love this pattern and have made several in different colors. I found the pattern easy to do, and the final product is lovely!

by Brohel, Kate
on April 10th, 2013

This flower is lovely!

by Willmon, Mandy
on March 28th, 2013

Addicted to this pattern! Flowers turn out great.

by Smith, Linda
on March 7th, 2013

These always turn out GORGEOUS. Super easy little project to do while watching tv.

by Liedke, Kaleena
on October 15th, 2012

Adore these flowers!! I make them all the time!

by Rosario, Michaela
on June 16th, 2012

love these flowers!

by Womack, Pamela
on May 10th, 2012

So easy and love to make this flower!

by Niina
on August 1st, 2001

I LOVE this pattern. Bought it late last night and could not resist to try it out...and within an hour I had made a gorgeous organza flower (at least my 5 year old thinks so when I showed it to her this morning) to attach to my daughter´s hat.

by Erin
on August 1st, 2001

I am crazy about this pattern. My poor fingers ache from all the cutting, but it is so worth it. They turn out so wonderful. I have been using the shantung fabric and really love how it works with this pattern. Thanks for something so neat. Pictures will soon follow.

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