Thursday, June 2, 2011

Fabric Flowers

Here are two fabric flowers I made recently to be used as wardrobe accessories.  They were super simple to make -- just gathered my fabric strip and then twisted it around (like in this tutorial). I didn't sew mine though -- I just rolled it and hot glued it to a piece of fabric.  It's a good way to use up some of those fabric scraps you have leftover after a bigger project - and add a bit of "pizazz" to your wardrobe!
This post linked to:
Strut Your Stuff
Thrilling Thursday 
Whatever You Want Wednesday

8 comments:

Chef in Training said...

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Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

These are SO cute -- I love the pink gingham one on that pink jacket! Agree -- great way to use up those scraps! Thanks for sharing!

Alexis said...

I love making fabric flowers, they're so awesome! I was just recently thinking to make some for a little extra oomph on some of my cardigans and now I think I'll definitely go for it. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous creations!

Sophia said...

I love them! The pink gingham is my favorite. I also love the size of them, since I got to see and hold them in person. They're about the size of my hand - nice and big, to really make an impact.

I'm going to make some of these very soon. Thanks for the idea! :)

Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims said...

so simple but cute!! :)

Chris said...

Your flowers turned out great! Fabric flowers are so simple to make, and so satisfying.

Little Birdie Blessings said...

Great idea, thanks for the tutorial link. Easier than I thought. I have lots of scraps.

Wendys Hat said...

Really cute! You could put them on anything too!