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After doing previous projects using the Suffolk puff (yo-yo's), and being pleased with the effect they give, I wanted to try something else. I liked a brooch I saw on The Eternal Magpie it was another twist on the Suffolk puff. This is my version of the flower.
I used a fine cotton lawn fabric, from this I cut out six circles for the petals and one in a contrasting colour for the centre.
To make a petal fold a circle in half, sew a running stitch along the curved edge, pull thread up tightly to form a petal. Continue in this way until you have six petals on your thread. join the last petal to the first petal to form the flower.
For the centre of the flower make a traditional Suffolk puff, attach it to the petals with a slip stitch.