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|Author||Indygo Junction Inc|
“can't wait to use this pattern”
Recycling at its finest! This is the perfect project for those who hate to part with their smallest scraps. Even the fabric selvedges are cut and included as petal loops. We’ve used a subtle, monochromatic color scheme for this bloom. Create your own look by combining coordinating colors of your favorite fabric scraps. Originally published as part of Indygo Junction's Fabric Flowers book by Amy Barickman.
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Fabric scraps from several coordinating fabrics and trims (see cutting instructions and hint)
1-1/2 yards of 3/8” wide velvet ribbon (or other heavy-weight ribbon, such as grosgrain)
One 3” x 3” piece of felt for backing
Needle and strong thread
Sew-on pin back or safety pin
Optional: Vanishing-ink marker
can't wait to use this pattern