19 Beautiful Fabric Flowers To Make {tutorials}


I adore fabric flowers!  So here are 19 beautiful fabric flowers to make to add to headbands, purses, shirts, children’s clothing, or even to add as a present topper.  These fabric flower tutorials include how to make fabric rosettes, rolled fabric flowers, roses, and even felted flowers.

How to Make Fabric Flowers with Patterns

Fabric Flowers To Make

1.  Fabric Flower Napkin Rings {fabric flower} ~ Dress up your Spring table with these beautiful organza flower napkin rings.  They are easy to make and inexpensive.  You can make an entire set as a housewarming or hostess gift that anyone would love to receive.

2.  No-Sew Fabric Flowers ~ Look at these fun and colorful fabric flowers!  The best part is that they are “no sew”.  Hot-glue lovers this is for you.  Simply use old scraps of fabric, trace a circle on the fabric, cut and glue.  Imagine how many flowers you could quickly pop out!

3.  DIY Fabric Flower Cupcake Topper {for mom} ~ Follow this step-by-step tutorial to make these lovely flower cupcake toppers.  These were made for a baby shower, but I think they’d be perfect for Mother’s Day decor as well.

4.  DIY Fabric Peonies ~ These fabric peonies are just as gorgeous as the real flower!  Add these beauties to packages, use as a corsage, or a handbag.  There are so many things you could adorn with these.

Fabric Rosettes

5.  Fabric Flower Wall Hanging {Tutorial} ~ Add a splash of color to any room with this beautiful wall hanging!  Lots of ruffles and gathering make this beautiful flower.

 6.  No-Sew Fabric Flower Necklace ~ These simple flowers are adorable and do not require sewing.  It’s a hot-glue gun lover’s dream.  Change up the color and you have seasonal jewelry.

Rolled Fabric Flowers

7.  Fabric Flowers from Rick Rack {tutorial} ~ These vintage looking fabric flowers are gorgeous!  It’s hard to believe that they are made from rick rack.  These flowers are small which makes them perfect for jewelry.

8.  No Sew Fabric Flower {pattern} ~ Look at these fabulous shabby chic rolled flowers!  Rolling chenille pipe cleaners with fabric is the perfect way for keeping the shape of the flower.

How To Make Fabric Flowers

9.  Sunburst Flower Tutorial ~ Love.  Love.  Love this sunburst flower headband.  Time to learn how to make a new fabric flower. It looks adorable as a headband, but wouldn’t this also be beautiful on a pillow or bag?

10.  Fabric Rosette Bracelet {tutorial} ~ I just adore this fabric rosette bracelet.  The tutorial will teach you step by step how to make the fabric flower.  You could easily attach flower to a handbag, hat, brooch or do as they did in the tutorial and make a bracelet.  Attaching a little charm gives it just the right touch!

11.  How to Make a Fabric Flower Ring ~ Isn’t this flower ring adorable?!  You could make one for yourself, mother, sister, friend or teacher with just a few simple steps.  Use an adjustable ring and it becomes one size fits all.

12.  Leather Flower Belt ~ Isn’t this Leather Flower Belt funky and fun?!  It’s also a wonderful refashion of two different skirts.  The elastic portion of the belt is a waistband from an old skirt and the flower is from a leather mini skirt.  It looks adorable with a t-shirt, can you imagine it with a dress or skirt?!

Fabric Rose Tutorial

13.  Long Stemmed Fabric Flower Tutorial {diy} ~ You can have beautiful long stemmed roses year round!  I love how each rose is in a different coordinating fabric.

14.  Rolled Roses Bib Necklace DIY ~ These lovely roses were made by gathering the fabric strips instead of twisting them.  Rings were added to each side of the bib so that either ribbon or chain could be added for the necklace.

15.  Felt Rose Tutorial & Pattern ~ The vibrant colors of these roses are amazing!  You can make your own by downloading the free pattern.  If you need a little more help there’s a how-to video.

How To Make A Felt Flower

16.  Felt Flower Tutorial ~ This dahlia felt flower tutorial is simple and the results are stunning.  These would be great on top of gifts, on a headband, or as a corsage.  You can even add a little pocket to the back where you could inset a photo or a love note!

17.  Pomela Flower Tutorial ~ These bright, cheerful felt flowers would make a lovely addition to any handbag, headband, or be great as a brooch.  They are no sew and only cost about $.25 a flower.  You could make oodles of them.

18.  Felt Flower Headband {Tutorial} ~ Adorn your hair with this adorable felt flower headband.  Follow the step-by-step tutorial to make these rolled felt flowers.

19.  Box Fold Felt Flower Headband {How-to} ~ This box fold felt flower headband is so darling!  The felt flowers can also be used to make pins, accent throw pillows, or dress up an old shirt.  The post includes a free flower template.

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  1. These flowers are lovely and I am glad to finally have .instructions to making an variety of flowers. I was making brooches using my bars but now I can make flowers to sell and add to my line. Thanks. Your colorful pictures appear so easy.

  2. I love how flowers are so versatile and can be used for anything! They are also like snowflakes and all so different. It’s fun and easy to make unique flowers that can really be your own. I love all of the pictures and tutorials above.

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