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Kelli shows you how to make some pretty fabric flowers for weddings, headbands, party decorations and more. She also shows you how to turn these basic flowers into beautiful boutonnieres below. Learn more about Kelli in her introduction , and visit Presser Foot where she sews and blogs with her sister. Materials: About 1/8 yard of drapey fabric (I think organza works the best, but other thin fabrics will also work.) Matching thread Scissors Needle
Embellish your favorite outfit with this stunning lotus flower craft, made with luxurious silk taffeta, from "Cool Couture," by Kenneth D. King. Tools and Materials Crinoline (milliner's interfacing) or other stiff interfacing 1/4 yard silk taffeta or dupion fabric Scissors Folding diagram Hand-sewing needle and coordinating thread Oil votive candle for singeing (optional) Silk Lotus Flower How-To 1.
Do you ever find yourself coveting those lovely fabric flower hairpieces at J. Crew? Or maybe one of those beautiful ring pillows with fabric flowers on top that you see on Etsy? Or even a sweet little flower-adorned cardigan to cover up your shoulders on your wedding day? Here’s a quick tutorial to show you how to make your own fabric flowers! The uses for these flowers are endless – attach a clip to one to put in your bridesmaids’ hair, string them together to create a cute garland for the pews, attach stems to create a fabric flower bouquet, or stick one on your clutch to match your wedding colors!
I love (love love love) the vintage sheet fabric flower corsages that we used as favors for the Retro Garden Shower. And, after a little searching, realized that there is some serious fabric flower tutorial goodness floating around. Serious.
vanessachristenson.com Perfect Add On Flower : Make this any size you like with a strip of pretty fabric and a covered button for the center. Tattered Garden : A strip of fabric is first basted lengthwise and then pulled to ruffle, hand sewn to shape flower. Has a button center for embellishment.
Perhaps you’ve seen this flower elsewhere … it is a popular one. There are many different ways to roll and fold the fabric for different looks, but today I’ll show how I make these rolled fabric flowers. Here’s what you’ll need: :: fabric
I am obsessed with fabric flowers. Sure I’ve always been a girly girl but the extra testosterone in my home threw me over the edge and I am now a flower addict. I completely admit it! Now, my addiction can be taken to an entirely new level with these fabulous fabric flower tutorials. It’s time to freshen up your summer wardrobe with fabric flower embellishments. Be sure to let me know what you’ve created!