Hello Again! Today I’ll be showing you how to make a simple little Fabric Flower.
The supplies I used are listed below. The Ribbon Retreat carries everything needed to make this flower.
Moda Candy (approx. 25 squares)
First, start by cutting circles out of the Moda Candy squares. To save time, you can stack a few squares together, and then cut. They don’t need to be perfect, because you won’t notice in the finished flower. I used approximately 25 squares.
Fold your circles in quarters and start stitching them around the felt circle. I did 3 stitches in each little piece to make sure it was securely fastened to the felt.
Keep going around until the circle is complete. Then do one more circle on the inside. I moved the pieces in about 3/8”.
Take up a couple stitches in the back to finish the flower off. It doesn’t look pretty… but you can cover it up by gluing on another felt circle to the back.
Add a little glue between the 2 layers of fabric so the stitches aren’t seen.
Take 4 more circles and trim them down just a bit. I cut off approximately 1/4”. Then fold them in quarters again, but securing with glue this time.
Put a dab of glue in the center of the flower and add the 4 folded circles. At this point, you can trim any edges if you need to.
There you have it! A cute little Fabric Flower. Now you can add a hair clip or put it on an elastic headband as I did in the first picture. These are great for girls of all ages. Make some mini ones out of smaller circles, cluster them together, etc!
There are so many possibilities. Happy flower making!
Are you in love with that Moda Candy pre-cuts? I absolutely love these little fabric squares, especially for fun projects like these. It is so nice to have the fabric cut for you and all of the line’s coordinating fabric included in this great little bundle.
This fabric flower is stunning and looks amazing on a clip, headband, or even on your fabric scarf or jacket as a brooch. You could even dress up your favorite bag or clutch with this little accessory…or add a couple to give a fuller effect!
Thank you Brynde for your incredible project and for sharing your talent for creating beeeeautiful hair accessories. More of Brynde’s creations can be found at Simple Design Bows. Get ready to fall in love!
For more FABulous flower projects that you can add to a clip, headband or anything, take a peek at all of our gorgeous flower projects…
Don’t forget to visit our Bows Show-N-Tell Link Party! There are some incredible bows being linked up! Time is running out, so get your bows linked up today…actually within the next 6 days. The link party will close on Thursday, February 20th and the winners will be announced on Monday, February 24th. We are giving away prizes to 8 incredible bows!
If you don’t have a blog…NO WORRIES! You can use Photobucket or Flickr to link up your bows…or you can email your bows to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I would love to link them up for you!
Happy Creating & Happy Flowers!