How To Make 20 Different Fabric Flowers

When I was younger I used to get so annoyed because it seemed that everything had flowers on it.  I refused to wear anything with a flower.  It just seemed so old fashioned.  But I must be getting older more mature because I am finally seeing the beauty in flowers, and I love making my own fabric flowers to use in so many of my craft projects.

I know there is no way I could show you every fabric flower tutorial because there are just so many!  But I thought I would share with you some of my favorites, all of which include a tutorial.  To get to the tutorial click on the name underneath the picture.
I hope you enjoy and find some inspiration for your own fabric garden.


Aren’t they all so pretty?  Here are a couple of my projects I have put my fabric flowers on.

Check out my post on How to Make 20 Different Paper Flowers!

If you would like even more fun Flower ideas make sure and follow my DIY Flowers Pinterest Board!





  1. says

    Love them all and a great collection of different flowers! I have pinned this! So glad you shared your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – your creativity helped make the party a success!

  2. says

    What a great post. All these cute flowers and the tutorials to make them. Thanks for sharing at “I Gotta Try That” Have a wonderful week.

  3. says

    Thanks much for this round up! I have a project in the back of my mind that utilizes fabric flowers but I haven’t gotten around to deciding which kind to do. This was a huge help! I’ll link back once I get around to completing it.

  4. says

    What a great collection. I crochet flowers but was looking for other ideas and just hit it right here. I just learned to use zippers to make flowers. As you would guess just start rolling in the center and continue out. Now the big plastic zippers really make great ones. I use mine on bags and hats and slippers I crochet. Love for you to stop by my neck of the woods.

  5. says

    I love fabric flowers! These are awesome.. but my fav are the first ones with the burlap and of course your projects are adorable! Love your scarf!
    Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo party!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  6. says

    What a great roundup! I need to make some dimensional pillow for our living room and this may be the push I need to get on it. Thanks so much for sharing on Tout It Tuesday. Hope to see you tomorrow.

  7. Anonymous says

    This is amazing my family has a make-your-own-gift rule if u are under 18 or in collage so I made cute hair clips for all the little girls, they were so cute

  8. sarah c says

    Repinned and I’m working my way through them! Have just sat here and done 2 of them already love it Thankyou i think I’ll try some with paper as a project for school too!

  9. Anonymous says

    These are so beautiful I went to a fabric flower class at the Sew Expo in Puyallup last weekend. It was basically a sales pitch for a book. Not one pattern or tip given.. These flowers are awesome and no book needed!

  10. says

    I love your flowers. Any idea on how I could make a ‘long stem’ rose out of tulle with some potpourri embedded in the tulle flower? The stem would be floral wire wrapped in green floral tape but I can’t figure out how to twist the tulle so the potpourri stays in.

  11. says

    Can you make a teething necklace for a baby out of material flowers! That would be awesome! My five month old teeths on my T-shirts, i think he’d love to chew on moms necklace!

  12. says

    What a lovely selection of fabric flowers! I am sure to have a go at making some, the photo’s and tutorials are excellent…. thank you very much for sharing.
    Jay z

  13. says

    Woot Woot! Can’t wait to try all of these! I have a couple of go-tos, but some of these are really fin. And all in one place! Holla! THanks for sharing!


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