10 Best Fabric Flower Tutorials {free patterns}

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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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Laurie

43 comments

  1. Comment-Anonymous 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 🙂

    http://littlegems-world.blogspot.com/2009/03/flower-brooch-tutorial.html

    XX

  2. Comment-Anonymous Kristin

    I’m loving the embellished tank!

  3. Comment-Anonymous Alaina

    Great tuts today!

  4. Comment-Anonymous Ang

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

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

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