Oh how we love Friday! :-)
Phew! Another busy week for us all at Karen Delahunty Sewing & Knitting Centre, lots of alteration fittings, sewing machine demonstrations going on as well as the usual hustle and bustle of the shop. Here we are again though, ready to share another lovely tutorial with you.
This week we’ve been making these beautiful little Suffolk puff flowers – aren’t they sew sweet? We think these would make lovely handmade gifts for any occasion. Sew them to a cushion cover to make a lovely home-ware piece, add a headband or hairpin to make a beautiful hair-piece. You could even sew them to bags or blankets or attach them to false stems and create a bouquet that lasts forever! The added bonus is that absolutely anyone can make these lovely little flowers with ease.
What You'll Need
How to Make Suffolk Puff Flowers
You can refer to both the written instructions and the images below to achieve this.
To make our Suffolk puff flowers we used our ditsy floral print cotton lawn (usually £9.50 mtr, now £7.13 mtr), we also used our fab cotton and linen blend (usually £14.99 mtr, now £11.24 mtr) and our textured yellow cotton lawn (usually £13.99 mtr, now £10.50 mtr) You could also use any of our fabulous Fat Quarter's at just £2.50 each!
We hope you enjoyed this little tutorial and (as always :-)) we’d love to see any that you have made too, so feel free to send those to us via social media or our email address email@example.com
Happy Crafting and Weekend-ing!