It is the perfect little case for keeping my glasses scratch and dust free in my bedside drawer.
- needle/embroidery thread
- optional: an old case to use as a template
top: Begin your first petal by making a loop of thread. Don’t pull your loop all the way through.
middle: At the top of your petal, bring the needle up inside the loop and pull the thread through. You don’t want to pull too tightly – just enough that there is slight enough tension to make a rounded petal shape.
bottom: Insert your needle down just outside of the loop and pull your thread through. You’ve just made a lazy daisy petal!
Repeat the process until you have 5 petals. This is a great practice project, so add as many flowers as you’d like.
To finish the case, just stitch around the edges and knot at the end.
This a perfect project if you’re just getting started in stitching, and it would also be a great project to teach someone else with. Have fun with it and make it your own!
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Thanks so much Allison, I love this!
Marcia (123 blog) says
Now I don’t know about those daisies but the felt glasses case I can do. Let the games begin!
Paula Parrish says
Thanks for sharing this project, it is super cute. I love making things that are creative and quick to make. I am going to make a few cases with my daughter, so I pinned it. ;o)
Seaweed & Raine says
So Cute!!! Thanks for the tut. I’ll have to find something to embellish now. :)