Recently, while watching it snow yet again,
I needed to punch something cheerful to remind me that spring will eventually come.
So, I punched up some little flowers.
I am going to share with you the pattern and how I made them.
Here’s the pattern.
Trace the needle punch patterns onto your weaver’s cloth.
Punch with the colors indicated or your favorite flower colors.
Trim close to the punched edge.
Press under and baste in place.
Take a piece of floral wire double your desired stem length and fold it in half.
Twist it together, leaving a loop at the top.
Sew the loop to the backside of your punched flower.
Cut the backing pieces out of felted wool.
Stitch them onto the backs of the flowers.
Arrange your flowers in your jar or vase.
I added some buttons to hold the flowers just where I wanted them.
Enjoy the flowers of springtime all year round!
Feel free to use it, but please give me credit by linking back or acknowledging who created the pattern.