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I affectionately refer to my Brooklyn apartment as “the cave”. It’s a railroad-style layout—meaning that all rooms are in a straight line from the front of the building to the back—so I only have windows in the rooms at either end. Due to lack of light, I can’t actually grow plants in my studio, so this fabric daffodil tutorial from Staci at Crafty Staci would be a great option for adding a touch of springtime color to my workspace!
I really like that she combined fabrics with contrasting patterns for this project, because it gives the flowers a ton of unexpected depth and texture. She also came up with three different options for finishing the daffodils, so each flower in your bouquet can have its own unique look!
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  1. MB@YarnUiPhoneAppv2.2 says:

    So very cute…I could see these as embellishments on a sweater or a cocktail hat…daffodils are the perfect for this time of year with Easter around the corner.