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30+ DIY Fabric Flower Tutorials. I have a lot of fabric scraps.

30+ DIY Fabric Flower Tutorials

I mean, a LOT. I have a hard time throwing them away because there just *might* be a reason to use them. (Same for throwing away old clothing…because I just might find something to turn it into. Ack. Seriously…it’s a problem.) Something that I love turning old fabric scraps into…..is flowers. So, in case any of you have the same problem of keeping little fabric scraps…..there’s a way to trim down the collection a bit.

Turn them into Fabric Flowers!!! Here are all of those great ideas…..from all around the web— DIY Fancy Flowers via Just between Friends DIY Gathered Felt Flowers via Do Small Things With Love DIY Fabric Flowers with Stiffened Petals via How About Orange DIY Ruffled Flowers via Make It and Love It DIY Felt Fabric Flowers via Miles of Sunshine DIY Fabric Flowers via Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom DIY Full and Textured Fabric Flowers via Make It and Love It. No-Sew Fabric Flower Tutorial. Good morning to you!!

No-Sew Fabric Flower Tutorial

What better way to greet the morning than with flowers? Flowers that don't involve sewing. :O) Yay! They are so easy. (It's scandalous!) (Aaaand, we're just going to pretend today that all these photos were blurry on purpose. Very artistic. My Punkin! These flowers are so quick, you'll want to make one for every person you know. 1. Trace a mug or glass or anything circular onto paper for your pattern. Shown: seven 3" satin circles with another seven 3" in chiffon. 81 Printable Flower Patterns. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

81 Printable Flower Patterns

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Fabric Flower Tutorial

:) I love these flowers! They are great for big OR little kids :) Sorry this took a couple of days to get up! From Laci, from our family photo shoot, and some good step by step tutorial shots as well. I've seen tutorials for these beauties floating around everywhere. Okay... so first, I started off with these adorable scrapbooking brads... yes... How To: Free Fabric Flower and Headband Tutorial from Fabric Envy. I love making fabric flowers!

How To: Free Fabric Flower and Headband Tutorial from Fabric Envy

There are so many ways to use them: from clothing, to hair or bag accessories, to home decor, and the list go on. I love using this particular design to make my little girls hair flowers. I usually sew them to an alligator clip for my 2 and 6 year old. For my little six month old I’ve attached the flower to a piece of Riley Blake Ruffle Elastic in Hot Pink and then made it into a headband, and oh boy (or should a say girl) is it cute! You could easily use scraps to make these flowers, but because I had very specific color schemes in mind I used these Fat Quarter bundles: Lark by Amy Butler, Secret Garden by Sandi Henderson, and Grand Bazaar by Patty Young. This tutorial will show you how to make the flower. Supply List: **Cutting the Fabric** A Fat Quarter is approximately 18”x22”.

**Putting the Flower Together** DIY on a headscarf with a wire. I have an obsession with hair accessories.

DIY on a headscarf with a wire

With a tie of a head scarf – I can pretty much hide any bad hair day or sign of unwashed hair. It’s a total time saver for me while adding a little something extra to my outfit. But the one I am about to show you is my all time favorite this season. It was inspired by a ribbon I used to wrap a gift with that had the little wire in it- you know the kind I am talking about? Why not make a head scarf with that same concept? They are so EASY- trust me- this is coming from the girl who has limited sewing experience! So here’s how! 1. Fabric, sisscors, wire cutters, thread, sewing machine or sewing needle, framing or floral wire. You will be cutting out two long strips so I folded it in half to make it easier to cut. 2. 3. Long: 42 inches long (21 in. folded) and 3 inches wide Short: 32 inches long (16 in. folded) and 2inches wide 4.Use a ruler and mark the corner where you want to angle and cut it off.