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Tattered Flowers for Embellishment

By: Liz from sew4home.com

Tattered Flowers for Embellishment
Tattered Flowers for Embellishmen
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Do you know how to make a fabric flower? Learn how to make pretty flowers and sew up several with this tutorial for Tattered Flowers for Embellishment. These DIY fabric flowers can be added to bags, headbands, shirts, or even skirts. You can even make several and turn them into a springtime DIY home decor piece. Get excited for the warm weather with this bright and cheery tutorial. The possibilities for this fun project are literally endless. You can even use this scrap-busting sewing patterns to spruce up old projects!

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

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I am constantly looking for ways to make a statement in my dcor. These fabric flowers can add a pop of color to my spring dcor and are so simple to make. Thank you or the free pattern.

I am doing a baby headband and these flowers would work well. I could also see using the folded side of the fabric for the front of the flower for a more sleek appearance or for fabrics that don't lend to threads fraying. I like that these are sewn as I think you can better control the look of the flower better than gluing, though that method is good too. Love this look!

This is such a cute flower to use anywhere. I love the edges and this is so simple and so affordable instead of buying one which sometimes are so expensive and you can make it the color and size you want without trying to go all over looking for one that is just right. And who does not have leftover fabric laying around. I love the idea to use a button in the center and the flowers would look nice with a jewel glued to center too. You can have fun creating your own look. Thanks for a great tutorial.

Those are pretty

I have no idea how to explain or name what this edge would look like, but you could zig-gzg all the raw edges, so the outside edge of the stitch is just outside the edge of the fabric. It looks kind-of neat, and it will be washable with a very few strings (threads) coming loose. AMI

You're right! The possibilities are endless. I can think of several ways to use them and change them around. Thanks!

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