To make an origami flower, hydrangea uses a square pattern B. Cut out one piece of dark and light fabric. 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. Place the blank with the dark side down and bend all four corners towards the center (Fig. 1).
3.Smooth the fold lines (fig. 2). Turn the module over to the other side.
4. At the very center of the blank, draw a small square in pencil with a side length of 0.7 cm. The sides of this square are parallel to the sides of the large square. Fold all the corners of the workpiece to the tops of the central square (Fig. 3)
5. Secure the tops of the folded corners with neat stitches. Through the top of each corner of the square, turn the dark-colored material from the back to the front of the square to make a “pocket”.
6.Fix the tops of the “pockets” at the sides of the central square (Fig. 5) .
7. Ready hydrangea flower iron. Attach to the base, quietly stitching in four places on the wrong side.