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 of a contrasting color, chalk, etc.
2. Put the module with the dark side down and bend the four segments towards the center but 2.5 cm to form a square. The work can be simplified if the fold lines are pre-marked on the fabric with a pencil. Swipe your thumb over the folds with pressure.
3. Partially bend the segments to the edges of the square. Fix the position of each lapel with a pin and iron through the fabric. Sew the middle of each cuff with neat stitches (Fig. 1). Remove pins. Turn the module over to the other side.
4. Bend the corners of the square to the center of the workpiece. Iron off the folds and secure the tops of the corners with a needle and thread (Fig. 2). It turned out a new square. Turn the module over to the other side again.
5. Fold the corners of the new square 2 cm toward the center and carefully sew their vertices (Fig. 3). Iron off the folds.
6. Fold the module in half. Connect with a needle and thread in the middle of the sections between the “petals” (Fig. 4).
7. Iron the creases with iron. The flower of origami fuchsia (Fig. 5) should turn out to be voluminous. Sew it by small stitches, fixing each petal. The head of a fuchsia flower should look drooping.