Step 1: Cut your fabric
Black indicates the right side of fabric, gray, the wrong side.
(I cut the top of the front and back panel with Pinking shears)
Step 2: Draw your flower
Step 3: Transfer Drawing
You could draw your flower right on the fabric but I chose to cut out each petal and leaf and tape them to the wrong side of my fabric. (If you do it this way, make sure you have a duplicate drawing handy.) I’m going to machine sew on the wrong side since the stitch looks almost the same on the front and back of the fabric, plus I didn’t want to mark up the nice side of my fabric.
Step 4: Trace Flower
Step 5: Start Sewing
Follow the outline with your sewing machine and then add more “layers” as you go along. You could change the width or style of the stitch for a more textural look.
Pull the thread through from the front of the fabric to the back and tie a knot for a clean, neat look.