Few months ago, when my hunger for quilting started, I have been watching related video tutorials like mad (while I was knitting/crocheting late in the night) and learned a lot! Amongs all there was a video about perfect fabric circle using fabric and fusible interfacing!
Catch was to face right sides of fabric and interfacing, top stitch them, cut the open on interfacing, turn it inside out, make circle line smooth (with the little help of finger, pencil, tweezers…) and then iron it!
I am having this this little “prelude” just because my acquaintance (kindergarten teacher) asked me to bright up her boring blue apron (one that is worn over a head).
That acquaintance saw a dragonfly hat I crocheted for Lola and she wanted dragonfly application.
I thought top stitching fabric and interfacing would have been perfect solution …
O additionally trimmed sew allowance, made long cut on interfacing
and killed my butt trying to decently turned it inside out! Not easy at all - since dragonfly body in not a circle!
But I turned it somehow, no matter how wrong side looked after
important was that right side was usable!
Used solid pale yellow fabric for wings
Pinning all part in the place fun
All part sewed, buttons attached!
Daughter the eldest posed, with that puberty face, but she was way too in hurry (computer was calling her) so the pic is blurry and unsatisfactory!