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10 Best Fabric Flower Tutorials {free patterns}

I am obsessed with fabric flowers. Sure I’ve always been a girly girl but the extra testosterone in my home threw me over the edge and I am now a flower addict. I completely admit it!

Now, my addiction can be taken to an entirely new level with these fabulous fabric flower tutorials. It’s time to freshen up your summer wardrobe with fabric flower embellishments. Be sure to let me know what you’ve created!

Top 10 Fabric Flowers

Maize in Montana created an easy to understand tutorial on how to make this frayed fabric flower.

Boutique NutMeg Designs created a tutorial how to make a these a flower pattern to approx 3″x3″.

This is Pink Paper Peppermints rounded petal fabric flower.

Here is Sew Ritzy Titzy’s multi-petal flower tutorial.

This is Molly Chicken’s versions.

Julia created a tutorial on how to make her Fabric Flower brooch.

Wise Craft also has a flower tutorial that I thought you’d love to see. That button in the middle is darling

Check out Grace Violet’s rosette embellished tank.

The frayed flower card Ashely made is darling.

I hit the mother-load of fabric flower tutorials on The Domestic Diva. These are amazing!

More Fabric Flowers from Tip Junkie:

Looking for any other crafty tutorials? I’d love to help you find it. Feel free to leave a comment on this blog post or on the Tip Junkie Facebook page. {I’ve got your back!}

Tip Junkie ~ Laurie Turk

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  1. Alison

    LOVE these, was going to tell you my favorite… but I can’t choose!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Kara

    Thanks Laurie, these are just fabulous! I have 4 boys, so like you, I am always looking for girly projects. Love these!

  3. Amy

    I just love flowers. These will be around for ever.

  4. Design it Chic

    I’m not crazy about fabric flowers generally, but i must admit that Molly Chicken’s idea got me in!
    Great post! I came here from SITS to spread some cheers!

    Happy Friday!!

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  6. Donna@www.frugaldonna.blogspot.com

    I love fabric flowers, sewing and embellishing clothes…thanks for the post!

  7. Ang

    These look FABULOUS! I have some fun fabric scraps I can’t wait to get a hold of!

  8. Alaina

    Great tuts today!

  9. Kristin

    I’m loving the embellished tank!

  10. LittleGem

    Hi, I have just found your brilliant blog and thought I’d post a link to my fabric flower tutorial I did last month if you wanted to include it 🙂



  11. southern queen bee

    Great post, I always wanted to make a flower pin. Will try to make one this weekend.

  12. dailydoseofme

    Love, love flowers great way to personalise items.
    These are wonderful tutorials thanks you so much Laurie.

  13. sewmarm

    Love the variety and patterns!

  14. Jessica Griffin

    This is exactly what I was looking for… and then some!! Thanks for the fabric flower variety!

  15. Danielle

    They are all super cute, I don’t know which one to make first! I recently made some flowers out of gross-grain ribbon and attached them to headbands for the little girls in my life. Feel free to take a look 🙂


  16. Katherine

    I just love these. I’ve been making a diffrent style (you don’t have shown) for the past few months and having fun with them. I’m so exctied about all the new stlyes I can try. I especially love the Multi petal flower….it’s so easy! I’m having a blast playing with the new patterns you have posted, and just had to say thanks.

  17. Top 10 Cigars

    The flowered broaches are the best. They are my absolute favorite! I found these a while back at a craft show but I’ve never see a tutorial for them– so thanks! I am excited to get started on them, I’m looking to put them on bows and barrettes!

  18. Dawn Miller

    thank you

  19. Annete

    These flower tutorials are great!! But I can’t seem to get a flower pattern from the one from “Wise Craft” do you or anyone else have a pattern??? I have tried on te site but can’t find the template. Would be great if you’s do

  20. Jenn Palmer aka Jaksen's mommy

    luv these flowers…so simple, yet so special!

    I make aprons for kids and for adults…these would be a perfect addition to my design. Thank you

  21. shop flowers

    Yes, Julia’s Fabric Flower Brooch is so fine, I was able to make one for me mum while in hospital (one of the nurses helped). I never would have seen it without you, THANKS!

  22. Crystelle

    Thank you so much for gathering all these fabulous flower tutorials! My fingers are itching to get started!

  23. Heather

    Thank you for sharing this awesome links! I have been looking for fabric flowers, and never found any as beautiful or easy to make as these. I was never girly, until I had my daughter. So I have been searching for anything and everything girly since I found out she was a girl. 😀 Love it!

  24. Rebecca

    I was searching for a flower to make this evening. I think I’ll use some fall fabrics and get started!
    Thank you for sharing!

  25. saybloom

    These are great tutorials here, i will try them asap. 🙂 if you like fabric flower you should check http:///www.saybloom.com

  26. Reef Skate Shoes California

    I have been looking for fabric flowers, and never found any as beautiful or easy to make as these.
    This is exactly what I was looking for… and then some!! Thanks for the fabric flower variety!
    Reef Skate Shoes California

  27. Laurie

    Also check out this amazing post on how to wear a scarf!

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  29. Briana@ Silk bouquets

    I just love these projects! they all look gorgeous, but my favorite one is the Fabric Flower brooch, thanks for providing us with the links and the tutorials.

  30. Elvira

    Lovely tutorials…I even make one with one of those tutes…thanks for sharing it in one place ^_^

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  32. Clarissa

    These are very beautiful designs. And the given tutorials are very nice. All brooches are looking gorgeous. There are so many types of brooches. Given shapes for them are wonderful. Colors of brooches are very attractive. Your tutorials are really very helpful for making brooch. Designs of brooches are fabulous.

  33. flowers Sydney

    I love the fabric flower tutorials you have here, I personally love “Fabric Flower brooch”, the flower looks pretty neat and gorgeous. I’d love to try and make one of these flowers. Thanks for having the tutorials here.

  34. Becky

    I stumbled on tipjunkie looking for fabric flower patterns. I will be heading out to get what I need to get started this evening. I love your site. I have signed up for your updates and put a short cut on my computer. Thank you!

  35. Rehana

    Tour website is great.
    Keep it up.
    Add new ways to make fabric flowers.
    I make flowers by cutting petals from a nylon material we call flat here.
    Then I light a candle and show the edges of my flower petals to the flame to make it twirl to give a natural look.
    It is easy and saves me on time and energy.
    Then I assemble the flower by wrapping the left over material around the hoop of the wire and show it to the flame of the candle and start assembling the petals around it.
    Try and see how easy it is.

  36. Vanessa

    I love the fabric flower tutorials! I especially like the Fabric Flower brooch. Thanks for sharing this post with us!

  37. brandy

    I loved what youve done here. The design is elegant, your content classy.

  38. Elis

    The Fabric Flower brooch website is not accessible. I really want to learn how to make that one

  39. Bronwyn Drysdale

    Thanks for the ideas and tuts on fabric flowers. Loved them, made my first one

  40. Hidden Game

    The Fabric Flower brooch website is not accessible. I really want to learn how to make that one

  41. kathy

    wonderful post! thanks for sharing! 🙂

  42. Brenda Bell

    We have been using fabric flowers on our garments since 2003. We were the first to start putting yoyo’s on our garments. Your flowers are very nice.

  43. Bonnie

    need a little new tip junkie, how do i copy and paste mto the blog spot, and can’t figure out how to add stuff to my favorates

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