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25 Easy Fabric Flower Patterns

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25 Easy Fabric Flower Patterns

Ribbon flowers, silk flowers, fabric roses - they all make great sewn projects! Fabric flowers are fun to make and can be used in many different ways. Just take a fabric you like and turn it into a sewn fabric flower.You can create a stylish hair piece or pin. If you're new to making fabric flowers, just check out any of these projects. You'll learn how to make fabric flowers in no time. Making fabric flowers is an activity all sewers can enjoy, no matter the skill level. With these 20 Easy Fabric Flower Patterns, you'll be hooked on making fabric flowers. Once you know how to sew flowers from fabric, you'll love making all kinds of fabric flowers for yourself and as gifts. You can even dress up your outfit or home with fabric flowers!

 

Tattered Flowers for Embellishment      Felt Flower Tutorial          

Tattered Flowers for Embellishment: Use this free sewing pattern to add a touch of spring to everything! These tattered button flowers can be added to bags, headbands, shirts or even skirts. Get creative, there are tons of possibilities!

Felt Flower Tutorial: You can use these lovely flowers to spruce up tons of projects. Use them to make a decorative pillow or a wreath (like the one shown) for a holiday craft. Follow the Felt Flower Tutorial - the possibilities are endless.

Ribbon Flower Pin: Creating fabric flowers has never been easier than with this ribbon flower pin pattern. If you've got 5 minutes to spare, you've got a new, homemade accessory!

Bias Fabric Flower Tutorial: Refashion any stray scraps hanging around and make the lovely flowers. Let the Bias Fabric Flowers Tutorial show you how it's done. Then turn your fabric flowers in hair pieces or pins.

Plush Flowers in Pots: Create a cheery and inviting spring home with these plush flowers in pots. Use whatever colors you want to match your decor. The best part? These flowers live forever!


Ribbon Flower Pin   Bais Fabric Flower Tutorial


Patriotic Ric Rac Flowers: Here's a great holiday craft idea--make a fabric flower accessory out of leftover ric rac to use in your 4th of July celebration. With these fabric flowers patterns, you can wear them, use them as napkin rings, and much more!

Long Stemmed Fabric Flowers: Make a thrifty but beautiful project by turning your fabric scraps into Long Stemmed Fabric Flowers. With an assortment of fabrics and a special arrangement, this sewing project will definitely put a smile on your face.

Ruffled Flower Pin: Use these fabric flowers patterns to make your own ruffled flower pin! Use it as a brooch, a corsage, or a hair pin, or make several to attach to a headband or lapel. The possibilities are endless when you know how to sew flowers from fabric!

Combined Crafts DIY Fabric Flower: In addition to sewing, involve a different skill into your flowers crafts. This tutorial allows you to include a crocheted flower alongside your fabric petals.

Easy Christmas Poinsettia Headband: Keep Christmas all year round by sewing a flower that's December's favorite. This tutorial is totally accessible for the beginning sewist and yields a lovely finished product.

 

Find a few more of our favorite fabric flower tutorials to this collection.

Denim Flower CorsageFlower Embellishment Tutorial

Denim Flower Corsage: You'll love learning how to sew together various floral shapes into one dimensional corsage. Add extra beading to the top to polish off the look. You can use this as a homemade gift or keep it as a brooch for yourself.

Flower Embellishment Tutorial: The pictures accompanying these instructions will make it virtually impossible for you to fail in your floral endeavors. Add this flower to a shirt, a bag, or anything you want to spruce up.

Ruched Fabric Flower: This fabric tutorial is so easy and yields such charming results, you'll likely end up with many more flowers than you bargained for. Learn how to make a fabric flower that you absolutely adore with this tutorial.

Really Easy Flowers: By following these instructions on how to make a fabric flower out of ric rac and buttons, you can clear out your stash elegantly and effectively.

Ruffly Flower Tutorial: What wouldn't you use this ruffled flower on? Read through this fabric flower tutorial to gain insight into shaping a dimensional and artistic rendition of nature's most gorgeous accessory.

 

Ruffly Flower Tutorial  Edgy Girl Zipper Flowers


Scrappy Fabric Flower: If you have scraps (and you probably do), don't toss them. Rather, learn how to make fabric flowers that won't take much time and can be applied anywhere.

Easy Ribbon Flower Accessory: Ribbons are a sewer's best friend, at least when they create gorgeous DIY flowers like this accessory. Take a few minutes to create a gorgeous piece like this one.

Easy Fabric Flower: Your tiniest scraps can contribute to an ultimately favorite accessory. Take that old denim and transform it into an arrangement of petals you'll love to display from this easy-to-follow fabric flower tutorial.

Scrunched Fabric Flower: This fabric flower tutorial yields a lovely, one dimensional embellishment that will spruce up any piece.

Edgy Girl Zippered Flowers: Learn how to make a flower out of a zipper.
 

Memory Lane Poppy Bouquet    Camellia Fabric Flowers Tutorial

 

Printable Fabric Flower Tutorial: Use this free printable pattern to make a lovely, little rose.

Camellia Fabric Flowers Tutorial: This free fabric flower make a great DIY headband.

Fabric Rose Pattern Headband: Learn how to make a DIY headband for your baby.

Memory Lane Poppy Bouquet: Learn how to quilt a gorgeous DIY flower craft for your home.

Modern Vintage Felt Flowers: Make some fancy fabric flower crafts out out felt with this beginner sewing tutorial.

 

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i absolutely love fabric flower! Honestly, I think a simple little blue silk fabric flower pin was the first thing I ever made for my Chelsea Ezell. Love Her Always.

Love this tutorial!

Yes, they are perfect to sew all kind of projects. The flowers are lovely and a great embelishment.

Fabric flowers are better because you can put colors together that don't occur naturally in nature. Especially if you dye your own fabrics.

Fabric flowers are better, they last longer and you can coordinate colors with your home decor!

Fabric flowers are awesome, it's a great way to use up some of the smaller scraps and also match your decor.

Yes they are a good substitute because you can look at the pretty colors year round!

I love flowers and gardening in the summer. There is nothing like stopping to smell the roses I grew. I also love the whimsical and stylish look of fabric flowers. I can take them with me on my coat or my purse to enjoy where ever I go. They both have great appeal and I wouldn't want to substitute one for the other.

Fabric flowers are perfect for so many projects......and you don't have to water them!

Both have their place, but for year round beauty, fabric flowers are great!

I think fabric flowers are great. They never die and they are always in bloom.;) spritz them with floral perfume and they smell great too.

Even better in most cases! They would LAST -- and you could make them any color or pattern you wanted. And, it's an inexpensive way to give them to yourself!! :)

Yes they definitely are for me. I am allergic to most flowers and chemicals and much prefer to see real flowers outside where they look normal. Plus you can do so many more things with fabric flowers.

Today? Absolutely! My allergies are killing me. Bring on the sewn flowers, PLEASE! :)

I love fabric flowers. I even made fabric roses for my wedding dress.

Love this idea of sewn flowers last forever and washable. Thank you for sharing

I love real flowers. The scent and feel cannot be duplicated.

Fabric flowers are great! They can be made out of any fabric, color or texture and last longer than real flowers. And they aren't too hard to make!

I love both. But nothing beats a real flower. The smell, feel...

Yes, I think sewn flower are better. First, they never die. Second, there are some many things you can do with them. It is fun making them. Then you can use them in your projects. Like, using them as fillers on cards, canvases, mixed media, jewelry, head bands. You can put them in vases. The possibilities are endless. But, there isn't nothing like a fresh bouquet of flower on your kitchen table. But, yes sewn flowers are better because you can do so much more with them and have them last forever.

They are not a substitute - but they are wonderful!!! I think real and fabric, flowers are fantastic!

Fabric flowers last longer than real ones so are a great substitue, plus you can get them in whatever color you want!

Sewn fabric flowers are an excellent choice for any craft or sewing project that you want to keep for a long time. Real flowers don't have a very long shelf life once they are cut.

I think sewn flowers are as good as real ones! They don't die, they hold their color, they can be used over and over in different projects!

Fabric flowers will never die and last forever. Even though I love real flowers I believe that fabric flowers is a keepsake. I can always look at my fabric flowers and remember where and who I received them from.

Yes and No. They work great on garments and books and quilts, etc. That said I want the real thing on my kitchen table sometimes.

I love fabric flowers. Done right they are very pretty and make great conversation pieces. Fabric flowers are perfect for those of us who have severe allergies and breathing problems.

Sewn flowers just don't have the "scent" that can take you away to a garden.

Yes they are and they last longer.

I love all flowers, real or fabric. And certainly fabric flowers are fabulous on quilts or sewn items. Love your free fabric flowers. Thank you for the give away.

Besides being a quilter/sewer, I am a gardener. Though I love fabric flowers on quilts, clothes, and bags, there is nothing like real flowers. Their smell alone sets them above anything I am able to create myself!

Fabric flowers are made with love. That makes them even better than real ones.

Sure if you are allergic to the real ones.

Sewn flowers are great for bags, totes, or garments. I would not use them in decorating projects though.

Yes great for little girls hats!

Yes they are a good substitute. Fabrics come in just as many if not more colors than real flowers. The only thing missing is the scent.

I don't think that sewn fabric flowers are a good substitute for real ones in every situation, but they are good for adding flowers to garments, decor and other items where real ones would not be practical or long lasting.

Absolutely love fabric flowers on quilts, purses and clothing just to name a few. Sew much better than real ones. They last virtually forever!

yes, sewn flowers are the best. And these look great

Sewn fabric flowers definitely outlast real ones and do not cause my allergies to flare up like real ones can, so yes, I think they are a good substitute for real ones.

HELLO, yes in many instances they areespecially at laundry time! Thanks for sharing a neat giveaway!

Very cute and last longer then real flowers. And no allergens coming from a person who has trouble being around real flowers

I love real flowers...but during the colder months, I would love to have a houseful of beautiful flowers to admire. I also love that they do not have to be watered! LOL

Fabric flowers are a great substitute...they can bring a splash of color in the midst of the long winter!!

Yes! Fabric flowers can be a splash of color at any time of the year....could've used them this winter in Michigan!!

It is hard to beat a dozen roses from your sweetheart, but fabric flowers are fun to make too!

I love making fabric flowers! I put them on everything... purses, tees, picture frames. I only know how to make 2 styles, would love to make more.

I love fabric flowers, they can be made to match ANY outfit, either by color or by design style.

sure they are just as beautiful and are great for peoples with allergies and they will last forever

Yes, sewn fabric flowers are better than real ones.

Love being able to make artificial flowers that will last a lot longer than what you would need them for. Easy to make and lots of ideas and ways to use them. Plus it not only dresses up any project, but make and be creative and put them in any room for that special decorating idea that people will be sure to always comment on.

they are cute, easy to make and fabric choices can match or coordinate with place mats, table runners etc. and they last a lot longer, too.

The many different ways to make flowers and the shapes out do the flowers in nature make them a wonderful substitute for flower decorating indoors.

I think that fabric flowers make a nice alternative to real flowers because they can be whimsical or lifelike, plus they last longer. :-) Tough to toss a real flower into the washer. ;-)

What a lovely addition to any project to dress it up! Thanks so much :) HennaLadyKim

I would love to look at your book on fabric flowers. I am disabled and am always looking for things I can do while either sitting or in bed. It has to be something with very little or no cost because I don't have the money to spend. I'm 72 years and have always sewed and been good with my hands, but I'm afraid arthritis my be trying to set in but I will us my hands as long as possible.

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