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How to Make Fabric Flowers

Watch this easy to follow video tutorial and learn how to make fabric flowers. Making fabric flowers is simple and fun. You'll find many uses for them too. Celebrate spring with lovely fabric flowers.

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Wow! I never realized these flowers were so easy to make so I went everywhere looking for the right one when all I had to do was use a little fabric out of stash,thread and a button and I would have had just the flower I wanted. You can even add on a jewel or any embellishment. So very easy and so fast that you can make on to put on hairclip,use as brooch or scarf or headband in minutes. So why buy them. Make your own. Super video.

Wow, never knew it could be that easy! Great quick easy tutorial. )

Awesome tutorial, thank you!! Great job!

Thank you very much this saved me from going around looking for sequence flowers for a dress. I used the opposite side of the fabric like you did. Thanks again

i think this is just quick and easy to make.instrutor is very pleasent to listen glad i found this :) :)

Those are very cute and easy flowers to make to embellish everything. The tutorial was easy to follow and understand. Good job!

I have just started "upcycling" my t-shirts. I am all for easy projects at this point, and I feel I have done enough ruffles. This method of making fabric flowers really cuts down on the time needed to complete a I have sooooo many buttons and waaaaay too much fabric. I am going to have so much fun with this. Thanks!

excellent video. Easy and quick project with multiple uses.

I loved this tutorial as it showed that you don't have to be an accomplished sewer to be able to make pretty things and embellishments. I have two granddaughters that I could make flowers for and use in so many different ways. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us here.

I was so glad to find this. I have been looking for a good fabric flower & I love the way emi explained how to make it. What a great job. Hope she does more videos Kathy

this is great..wish I had this when I was figuring out stuff when I was sewing all my crafts several yrs ago..this is easy for the first time sewer and even the older sewer who doesn't deviate from patterns..good job!!

Really cute flowers. I liked seeing the different button choices, and fabrics. Clear instructions, well presented. However, I'd appreciate a shorter video. I often skip videos because I don't want to take the time to watch them, especially if I'm not going to make the item right away. Often I'm only tucking ideas away in my head. The flower is simple and the process intuitive. I don't need really detailed instructions. A slideshow might have conveyed the process much more quickly. Save the videos for more complicated projects. Maybe skip the repetitive parts, like sewing the whole length of fabric. Would rather see video of variations in fabric, size, folded vs not folded, embellishment ideas.

Well I'll be Emi. I have been trying every fabric flower I could fine for at least six months . Some have turned out ok but none the way they looked when an expert made them. I tried yours ,after watching you and low and behold it looks great. Thank you so much. I,m going to put them on everything.

Love these! I think using striped fabric would be wonderful--put the stripes going across the short side of fabric so when it is gathered, they fan out from the center.

They turned out quite nice, one could find many places to use them for embellishment.


Thanks for the tutorial!! You make it look so to rummage through scrap material now! I have an idea that made in smaller sizes these flowers would be fantastic on scrapbook pages and even on greeting cards!!!

visual is so much better than a flat photo.

Loved the tutorial. It's easier to see a project made than it is to read directions. And you can never go wrong with flowers! They will go on LOTS of things. And big girls or little girls love flowers. You could even have a little person do this project with supervision.

What a great tutorial! This would be awesome for a kids project. I could make a bunch of these and attach some wire and make a vase of flowers! Thank you so much. I loved it.

Easy to follow tutorial and so pretty. Thank you.

A realy cute and easy craft for the pre teen/ teens. Lots of ways to use is. I can think of ways to use larger sizes as well. Excellent!

I really liked the tutorial. It really looked easy to make. I can think of a lot of ways to use the flower. I am actually going to make some. Thank you for a great web site. It is one of my favorite.

Thanks for this tutorial! I have several patterns but they don't "click" in my brain as well as SEEING someone actually sew out the ruffled flower!! VERY helpful!! Thanks a bunch (of flowers?), Marcia

This is a great tut! Great way to use scraps too. I made a couple including some with 3 tier and added some furry yarn. They look great.

Thank you for a great tutorial! Everything seems easier to make once you can see "how it's made". And this is one of those things. Thanks again for posting.


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