Hello friends! Welcome to Flower week at Thermoweb!   My name is Jennifer Long, Bee Sew Inspired, fabric designer with Riley Blake Designs and doll and quilt pattern designer.  I am so happy to be here today to share with you a fun and happy fabric project!

Let’s get started!

What You Need:

Download the Tiger Lily Pattern Template:  Use the following codes for each pattern size in the Download Code section of the Bee Sew Inspired Shop.  (or make them all!)
Download the Lily Pattern SVG Files:  Use the following codes for each SVG cut file size in the Download Code section of the Bee Sew Inspired Shop.  (or make them all!)
Benzie Wool Blend Felt (in a variety of cookie colors)
(use the code “BEESEWINSPIRED” at checkout for 10% off your first purchase at Benzie)
Fat Quarter of Cotton Fabric for icing (I used Bee Plaids Basic by Lori Holt for Riley Blake Designs)
Embroidery Thread 
Hand Sewing Needle
Cricut Maker or another cutting machine for SVG File (optional)
Wooden Dowling or Stick

Tiger Lily Imagination Craft

The Bee Sew Inspired Imagination Craft series is designed to inspire creativity, play, and whimsical décor. Use the embroidery design as intended in this pattern or as an applique to another project such as a bag, quilt or pillow. Collect them all!

Want Basic Instructions:

The Tiger Lily – Imagination Craft pattern, comes in (3) pattern sizes available: 4 1/2”, 6” or 7 1/2”.   Choose the size that is right for your project.
1. Print out the pattern templates for the size of Imagination Craft you are going to make. Check the 1” square for printer accuracy. Do NOT scale to print. Print at actual size.
2. Cut out the template pieces on the cut lines.
3. Prepare your fabric. If using cotton or fraying fabric, back the fabric with Heat n Bond Lite Sewable interfacing to prevent fraying.
4. Pin the prepared template pieces and follow the cutting amounts listed on each pattern template piece.
5. Transfer any pattern markings including embroidery for the face, applique pieces, and seam allowances.
6. Place the applique flower center in place and use Fabric Fuse to secure. Hand or machine stitch with a blanket stitch around the edges to prevent fraying.
7. Using coordinating embroidery floss colors, hand embroider the face, nose, mouth and petal details using the following stitches:
• Running Stitch
• Back Stitch
• Chain Stitch
• Satin Stitch
8. Cut out the front Tiger Lily face shape.
9. Fuse the Tiger Lily front face shape to the back shape.
10. Hand or machine sew the front and back pieces together all around the perimeter. Set aside.
11. Assemble a second, plain flower in the same process as steps 9 and 10 with no face.

12. Place the (2) prepared Tiger Lily shapes, staggered on top of each other with right-side-up as shown. The embroidered face shape will be on top.

13. Place the wooden doweling inside of the (2) shapes to resemble a stem. Hot glue the center to both front and back sections.

14.  Insert lengths of ribbon or other embellishments and hand sew the center of the Tiger Lily -Flower Wand closed. Make sure to catch only the insider layers of fabric to hide stitches.

Your TIGER LILY FLOWER WAND is complete!

Display and enjoy!

Please share your Tiger Lily on social media and tag @thermoweb and @beesewinspired so I can tag you back!  Looking forward to enjoying a Sweet Treat together!

I hope these little projects brightened your day, and I am looking forward to seeing what you create with them!

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2 Comments on Tiger Lily Fabric Flower Wands with HeatnBond and Fabric Fuse

  1. K
    June 13, 2022 at 9:56 am (1 year ago)

    How is the Tiger Lily download code free, if you must sign up for the Be Sew Inspired web site to get the download? That’s then not free, it comes at the cost of making an account at some other web site’s domain. Very disappointed.

    • Jennifer Long
      June 13, 2022 at 10:23 am (1 year ago)

      Hi K, yes all the sizes of PDFs and SVG files for the Tiger Lily can be downloaded at no cost. An email is required on to send these all to you for free. There is a lot of value of patterns here that we would love to email to you. Thank you so much for your message. – Jennifer Long