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Dinner Plate Dahlia Brooch - Pattern by La Todera

Dinner Plate Dahlia Brooch - Pattern by La Todera
US$ 8.95 / each
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Finished Size - 6" Large, 4" Medium, 1 1/2" Buds

Sew, not grow, your own Dinner Plate Dahlia Brooch for a spectacular floral statement. Follow the easy instructions with photos, and you'll have a lasting accessories for every occasion. Materials: Large flower 3/4 yd, small flower 1/2 yd Kinkame Shades or hand dyed fabric; hand quilting or button thread, light color; felt; polyester fiberfil; 4" round chipboard coaster or cardboard; hot glue gun and sticks; carbon transfer paper; 1 1/4" pin back; masking tape or plain stickers. Optional: small crystal beads, clear or in coordinating color. 'Dinner Plate Dahlia Brooch' patterns, by La Todera. Finished flower sizes are about 6", 4", and 1.5".

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