I was feeling so inspired by the first tulip of the season! It was a gorgeous multi colored yellow-coral delight. I decided to turn it into a free embroidery pattern for you to print and play with as my mother’s day gift to YOU!
Above is an example of the interfacing I use for my embroidery projects. I often use unbleached muslin (it is called unbleached calico in other parts of the world.) It can often be rather thin and transparent so this really gives the fabric a little more heft.
This would make a lovely framed gift for your mom. You could even pencil some text and embroider it, such as “Happy Mother’s Day”, the year, and/or the name of the recipient. Maybe a meaningful quote. Whatev-ah! Make it just for you as your relax with a cup of something hot!
Another option is to make the smaller patterns. This tiny one sews up in an hour or so. It’s fast and satisfying!
While the biggest flower seemed suitable for framing, I thought the tiny ones would make adorable brooches.
Above is an example of fabric glue.
Follow the manufacture instructions for this one. You may have to place a towel over it before pressing so as not to burn /melt the felt.
But in case you want a brooch clasp they are easy to find online or at your local craft store and look like these.
Wishing you ALL a wonderful day.