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Fabric Flowers DIY Tutorials

Updated on March 8, 2013

Flowers to prettify any DIY project

Adding flowers is a great way to enhance the visual appeal of all kinds of projects. They can be used to add a pop of color, to add texture, as a design element or just to lend a delicate touch. There are infinite options to make them and so are the ways to use them. Here I bring you some of the favorite ways of making flowers. While curating this hub, I took special care of listing different ways to make flowers. You could take these methods and add your own twist to make something unique for your projects! After all, who doesn't love flowers? Enjoy!

Rolled hem flower Tutorial

Rolled hem flower Tutorial
Rolled hem flower Tutorial | Source

Rolled Hem Fabric Flowers Tutorial

These flowers use the stretchability of knits to get the flower petal effect. Rolled hem finishes the flower edge nicely. Get the tutorial to sew rolled hem fabric flowers at Blooms And Bugs.

Poppy Flowers Tutorial

Poppy Flowers Tutorial
Poppy Flowers Tutorial | Source

Poppy Flower tutorial

These poppy flowers are being used extensively in designer hair bands, fascinators etc. And they are so easy to make. Get the tutorial for Poppy Flowers at Diamonds, Fur and Laundary That's My Life.

Dahlia Flowers Tutorial

Dahlia Flowers Tutorial

These bright supersized Dahlia's will brighten up any clothing or home d├ęcor item instantly. A little tedious to make, but every bit worth it. Get the tutorial to make these Dahlia Flowers at Its the Little Things.

Felt Flowers Tutorial

Felt Flowers Tutorial
Felt Flowers Tutorial | Source

Felt Flowers Tutorial

Such a happy bunch of flowers would lift anyone's spirits. Get the tutorial on how to make these felt flowers over at Craftiness Is Not Optional.

Ric Rac Rosettes Tutorial

Ric Rac Rosettes Tutorial
Ric Rac Rosettes Tutorial | Source

Ric Rac Rosettes Tutorial

Any discussion about flowers can not be complete without a mention of roses. Here is a tutorial for making ric-rac rosettes by Oh for Sweetness Sake guest blogging on UCreate.

Rolled Fabric Flowers Tutorial

Rolled Fabric Flowers Tutorial
Rolled Fabric Flowers Tutorial | Source

Rolled Fabric Flowers Tutorial

These Rolled Fabric Flowers have a very shabby chic appeal. The frayed ends that show up on top, actually adds to their handmade charm. Get the Rolled fabric flower DIY at My Sprakle.

Tulle Flowers Tutorial

Tulle Flowers Tutorial
Tulle Flowers Tutorial | Source

Tulle Flowers Tutorial

These pretty tulle flowers can lend dramatic effect to almost anything, make big ones for party decorations or make small ones for headbands and fascinators, they will never fail to catch the eye. Get the Tulle Flowers tutorial over at Greedy For Color.

Fabric Pinwheels Tutorial

Fabric Pinwheels Tutorial
Fabric Pinwheels Tutorial | Source

Fabric Pinwheels Tutorial

Ok, so not technically a flower, but I just loved the idea behind these pinwheels, so clever! They make the prettiest clippies and hair bands in summer. Get the tutorial for Pinwheel hair clips at The Mother Huddle.

Fabric Tube Flowers Tutorial

Fabric Tube Flowers Tutorial
Fabric Tube Flowers Tutorial | Source

Fabric Tube Flowers Tutorial

Need some fabric flowers in a jiffy? Well these fabric tube flowers are easy and quick to make. Get the Fabric Tube Flowers Tutorial from Blooms And Bugs.

Yoyo Sewing Tutorial

Yoyo are being used for embellishing clothes for a long time. Here is a tutorial to make yoyo from Heather Bailey's blog.


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      4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      so beautiful fabric flowers, some are easy while others are hard

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      5 years ago

      10 May ’11 9:06 am by I will one day, don't worry, it's just at the moment with scohol, and other things, I don't really have much free time haha

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      5 years ago

      Hi Natalie,The concepts of treagted touch delegate and spritesheet are independent of each other. So it's up to you to decide if you want to use one sprite sheet or several sprite sheets. Your animations are wonderful!

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      5 years ago

      Mattski: If all is going as planed I have a wonrikg model by tomorrow. Heh, this project really got me going I had some time at the pool to think about the physic works and Out of the blue I got a crazy idea to use an attractor and make the light more interesting. Hope to get more time! Same here I will do a clean render straight from C4D. The sexy stuff will come

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      5 years ago

      Wonderful website. Lots of uesufl information here.I am sending it to a few friends ans additionally sharing in delicious.And of course, thank you to your sweat!Also see my page -

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      6 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Thanks Jamie

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      Jamie Brock 

      6 years ago from Texas

      Love all these fabric flowers... they are super gorgeous :)


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