● Project directions.
The first thing that I did was to lay out the supplies to see what I had to work with.
Then I followed the instructions that said to fold the long edges of the yellow piece fabric, so that they meet in the center. I found it is easier to iron the edges down so they woud hold their shape while I stitched.
The instructions directed me to sew the yellow piece to the large blue butterfly die cut. Once that was sewn, I added the small pocket on to the back.
I then stitched the rest of the die cuts loosely following the directions (since I used two strands instead of one). They give you plenty of thread in the kit, so this was not a problem. I took the different die cut shapes and sewed them onto the orange butterfly die cut.
● Keep the color picture, you can use it as reference, incase the diagrams do not make sense to you.
● Utilize the color coded card to perfectly match the colors to the diagrams.
● Be careful of the aqua green and blue which are kind of similar in color. They blend together to easily. A brighter green would have been nicer mix with the bright pink and yellow to give more dimension to the project.
● The orange butterfly die cut does fray. I used a liquid seam sealant that prevents fabric from fraying to avoid any frustration on my part.