Really Easy Flowers
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If you want to make Really Easy Flowers, follow this simple sewing tutorial. These gems are made of ric rac fabric, which is extremely inexpensive. You can wear them in your hair, give them as party favors, or put them on pins to add a feminine touch to your tees. To make your brunch outfit unforgettable, wear some of these homemade fabric flowers and get in the flower power spirit. Sewists absolutely love to learn how to make patterns their own in a special way and learning how to make fabric flowers can do just that.

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I have seen so many flowers made from fabric and I have loved them all but this one tops the list. It's incredibly easy and looks amazing. It's not a fussy craft, no measurements really, you can make it as small or as large as you want, add buttons to the centre, glue the flower on to a headband or add a clip, the ideas are endless. It's a great way to make a matching piece to all your kid's dresses.

What an inventive way to user ric rac! I can see making them and adding them to the front of a pillow. Also they can be added to knitted and crocheted hats or any other kind of hat. For anyone who likes to add flowers to accessories, these are perfect. They look easy to make as well. Thank you.

A really great use for ric rac, I often end up with leftover as I overestimate how much I need for a project so this is a perfect way of using it up. The instructions are easy to follow and both my children have made them and enjoyed raiding the craft box for gems, beads and buttons for embellishments. They have so many uses as hair slides, on hairbands, as a brooch and more.

I made these several years ago and they turned out so cute. I made them into pins, hair ties and headbands. I also made larger ones and put them on some baskets in my sewing room, very cute! My mom also made several and she enjoyed them just as much. I'm thinking of making them again to look like poinsettas for the holidays. Just glue or sew a pin to the back and attach to gifts, bottles of wine, scarves, coats, sweaters....whatever!

I am in love with this tutorial. Love these flowers. Purses, clothing and headbands. I can see them now. So creative. Never would have thought of using ricrac for this and I have so much around the house because I had no where to use it. But now I do. Thanks. Has anyone else made any of these?

I am trying to get the instructions for the zigzag flower under really easy flowers

Hi! Could you give us a bit more information as to where you were looking at this description? That way we might be able to help. I would suggest using our search function, as well. Kaylee, Editor

Just lovely!!! I can think of a number of uses - like purses, shawls, etc


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