Cut equal sized circles of organza and satin. I traced around the inside of a bracelet. Don't worry if the circles are not perfect, these are very forgiving.
For each flower you will need 5 circles of each, and one small circle of felt.
You will get bits of organza everywhere so its a bit messy. If you are doing it with the cat on your knee as I was, have a lint brush handy so she doesn't have to get it out of her fur.
Place the organza circle over the satin circle.
You can choose whether you want the shiny side of the satin to be inside or outside the flower. Having the crepe (dull) side outside is more vintage looking.
In this picture the satin is facing up with the organza on top of it, so the satin will be inside the flower.
Fold the circle in half (like a taco!) so the organza is on the inside.
Fold it in half again so it's now in quarters - a wedge shape.
here's what it looks like from above.
Cut a circle of felt about the size of a small coin. It's your base and won't be seen.
Sew the corner of the wedge to the felt circle. The point should be just slightly past the centre, so that your stitch is in the centre of the circle. Make sure that when you fold, the organza is right against the satin, so that when you sew through the point you sew through both layers.
Repeat steps one through six. I sew these on as if I'm only going to sew four - at the compass points. Then I put the fifth one in the gap that always happens between the first and fourth.
The fifth one makes it lusher.
Sew three small pearl beads into the centre of the flower. This will hide your stitches and make a pretty centre. You could use any beads, but pearls have a vintage look.
The felt back makes them easy to attach to brooch pins, headbands or embellish one shoulder of a dress. These ones are destined for a cushion.