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    Fabric Flower Tutorial

    Posted by  ·  August 10, 2011

    This fabric flower hair clip is super quick to make and super cute!

    Fabric Flower Supplies

    Scraps of fabric (I used a heavier weight cotton), scrap of felt,  3/4 inch covered button kit, hair clip

    How to make a fabric flower

    Download template and cut out fabric pieces. Cover one button for center of flower.

    Fabric Flower Template

    Gather straight edge of petal piece and hot glue to felt piece.

    Continue gluing petals to felt circle until all five petals are attached.

    Clip slits all the way around the edge of the center circle piece. Hot glue center circle on top of petals. Next, hot glue covered button to center of flower.

    Glue the fabric flower to a hair clip, head band or pin back.


    You might also enjoy these beautiful fabric flower tutorials.


    1. Wednesday, September 4th, 2013
      Totally loving this very sweet and easy tutorial!

      Posted to my blog!

      Thanks so much for sharing.

      <3 ^_^ --- PinkSodaPop
    2. Ashley
      Monday, April 22nd, 2013
      This was literally the best step to step guide, thankx :)
    3. JaneEllen Jones
      Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
      I am going to run out of ink in my printer cartridge if I keep printing out all these wonderful tutorials. Want to make some fabric flowers to see what I can do with them. Your tutorials are wonderful, easy to follow. Appreciate that very much. I have so much fabric in my stash I could be making flowers forever. Then see what I can do with them. Thx so much for sharing and making this easy for so many.
    4. alli
      Tuesday, February 21st, 2012
      just tried this and LOVE it! its the first type of fabric flower I was able to successfully make.
    5. Saturday, February 18th, 2012
      This is awesome!!
    6. Saturday, August 27th, 2011
      I love this is so cute and I am looking for Christmas gifts for my grands.
    7. Sunday, August 14th, 2011
      Thanks for linking up Cindy, I featured your post in my wrap up

      Have a beautiful rest of the weekend.
    8. Saturday, August 13th, 2011
      So cute! I love finding new flowers to make. Thanks!
    9. Friday, August 12th, 2011
      Thanks for sharing this. Now I have a headstart on how to accesorize my plain clothes. This idea is nice!
    10. Thursday, August 11th, 2011
      I LOVE these. I can't wait for a couple of days off of work to make some. Think I'll put together a wreath with some. Thanks for the inspiration.
    11. Ruth
      Thursday, August 11th, 2011
      Love the flower! I am thinking about making on to add to a curtain in my guest bath.
    12. Heather
      Thursday, August 11th, 2011
      What a beauty...Love it! Having trouble finding "blank" yours! Walmart too? Are they in the craft section? Our Walmart is "expanding" to get groceries (FINALLY!) and I am hopeful that we will sell crafts and fabric too---have to wait until 2012 to find out though!
    13. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      I've made a lot of fabric flowers for hair accessories, but I've never seen a flower like this. I can hardly wait to make these with my daughter. It will be such a fun change from the ones we've been making. Thank you so much for posting a tutorial, your directions are so easy to follow.
    14. christy
      Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      Love this. I am thinking shoe clips. These would so well to spice up some of my heals! thanks!
    15. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      Well that's just so pretty! Thanks!
    16. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      j adore ce blog et tuto merci bisesssssssssssssss
    17. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      Simple and versatile! Will use this in my scrapbooking too. Great tutorial.
    18. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      Alexis, I got that fabric at Wal-Mart! .... and thanks for your sweet comment!
    19. Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
      LOVE this flower! I'm headed to get fabric today (my Walmart is carrying fabric again! Hallelujah!!) and I'll be sure to keep this in mind!

      I'd love to spend one hour in the creative part of your brain. I think I'd have enough inspiration to last me the rest of my life. :)