Flower Origami by Kumiko Sudo. I highly recommend it. In my instructions for you here, I've altered her original technique in a few places to make construction a little more efficient.
So, for those of you who haven't been able to make it to a weekend class, here's a little taste of Summerhill ...
Use natural fabrics such as silk or cotton.
4– Turn the circles right side out, being careful to have a smooth curved edge. Press.
Origami flowers can be used to embellish window treatments, pillows, ottomans, purses, and quilts. They also make beautiful Christmas ornaments. Give it a try!