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Bias Fabric Flowers Tutorial

By: Squiggly Twigs Designs

Do you have a lot of old scraps laying around from old projects? If so, this tutorial is for you. Use those old scraps to create these beautiful sewn fabric flowers. This quick and easy tutorial shows you exactly how to make these wonderful little flowers. Use this Bias Fabric Flowers Tutorial to add some spice to new and old projects. They would make great hair accessories, too. The possibilities are endless with this easy sewing project.

Bias Fabric Flowers Tutorial
This image courtesy of squigglytwigsdesigns.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

Notes

For more fabric flower projects, check out 8 Easy Fabric Flower Patterns.

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These fabric flowers have endless possibilities and can be used on so many different projects you are making to give it that special touch and who does not have just that last little piece of fabric left from your completed project that you do not want throw away. Why not turn it into a fabric flower. Make them right then and put them away for a later use so you can always have a flower in your stash when you need one. So simple and fun.

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