Fabric Flower: Tutorial 1

 Wanna do up a fabric flower accessories for your daughter or gals? Right now, I will be sharing one of the few fabric flowers tutorials.

Simple sewing is required for this fabric flower. Let us look at the supplies first. 🙂

What We Need:

  • fabric (5 pieces of 2 inch circles using the circle cut outs)
  • felt (1 piece 2inch circle using the circle cut out. This will be used as the backing)
  • scissor
  • thread
  • needle
  • embellishment or vintage buttons

The Steps:

After cutting out 5 pieces of circle fabric using the cut out templates. We will work on just 1 piece at a time.

Step 1: Fold the circle fabric into half.

Step 2: Take the one end of the semi-circle, fold towards the middle of the semi-circle as shown in picture 2.

Step 3: Sew the folded fabric onto the black circle felt.

Step 4: Repeat the process from step 1 to 3. Always sew the new folded circle on top of the previous one. Complete the process till all folded circles fill up the black felt cloth as shown below.

We can now add in the embellishment or button. You can either sew or glue the embellishment or button onto the center of the flower as shown below.

Tada…. the fabric flower is completed. We can use the flower to make it into headbands, hairbands, bobby bins or a brooch. 🙂

I will be making them into headbands for Kaitlyn and Karyn. How about you?

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7 Comments

Filed under Accessories, crafts, Tutorial

7 responses to “Fabric Flower: Tutorial 1

  1. This is great and so easy! I will definitely be trying this!

  2. thank you for a great flower and tutorial!! 🙂

  3. These are so, so cute!!
    I’m visiting from TT&J.. Have a great week!!

  4. PJ Taylor

    Lovely flowers, thanks for sharing!

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