1. Using a round pattern for origami A, carve out one piece of dark and light fabrics. Sew the module and iron it. Fold the workpiece horizontally and vertically to determine its center. Mark the center point on both sides of the module with a pencil, chalk, etc.
2. Put the module with the dark side down and bend the four segments in the direction
to the center but 2.5 cm. It is important to follow the sequence of actions: bending the next edge (counter-clockwise), attach it with a pin.
Spread small wrinkles in places where the edges of the segments find each other, so that the square is even (Fig. 1)
3. Fold the top of each segment towards the edges of the square but 1.5 cm along the previously marked lines. Attach the middle of each cuff with neat stitches so that the blank holds the shape
Unscrew the edges of the segments in each corner, smooth out the folds with a fingernail and with a needle and thread connect their bases in the corners of the “inner” square (Fig. 2). Take out the pins and turn the workpiece over to the other side.
4. Bend each corner of the square to the center of the module and attach with a pair of stitches (Fig. 3). Iron the product.
5. Sew a flower (fig. 4) to the base, departing from the top of each corner of 2.5 cm. Several origami flowers of a tangerine tree look especially advantageous at once. They must be attached very tightly to each other and at the same time a little at an angle – as if they were disturbed by the wind that flew into the garden.