Fabric flowers are all the  rage and can be used in so many ways, whether it’s in your hair, on a pillow,  even your favorite outfit can be made to look more trendy!   I am always on the look out for a good flower tutorial.  Here is a great round up of some fabulous flowers! I also love crochet flowers. Don’t miss these lovely crochet flower patterns.

Beautiful Fabric Flowers Tutorials

Choose any one of these tutorials to learn how to make fabric flowers. From ribbon flowers to felt flowers you will find the perfect fabric flower patterns.

Felt Flower Tutorials

Felt works great for fabric flowers.  It has a nice weight to give flowers body and you need not worry about raw edges.

Felt blooms make the perfect adornment for a belt.

Colorful felt roses make a stunning headband.

This box fold felt flower looks lovely on this sweet baby’s headband.

More Felt Flowers

Look at all the gorgeous felt flowers that you can make! Be sure to scroll clear to the bottom to see the amazing sweater embellished with fabric and felt. What an amazing display of textures.

This step by step felt rose tutorial will have you creating beautiful felt flowers! (free template)

Create this sweet pomela flower out of a strip of felt.

These felt flowers for home decor are perfect to dress up pillows for your home

Gathered felt flowers would be sweet fixed to a headband.

Felt flower accent is a lovely embellishment for scrapbooking

Felt daises look almost like the real thing!

Beautiful felt Dahlias are a show stopper.

beautiful fabric flower tutorials

Make a lovely felt bouquet of flowers

Fabric Flowers

Scrap fabric flowers are fast, fabulous and fashionable.

The coolest fabric flower belt is sure to knock your outfit up a notch. In case you were wondering how that little belt works, there’s a D-ring closure hidden behind the flower.

This round petal Kanzashi flower tutorial is so easy to make that you’ll be hooked once you get started.

perfect fabric flower tutorial
Perfect Flower

The basics on how to make the perfect flower add on to add just about anywhere you want to get a little extra pizazz.

Create some gorgeous peony fabric flowers to adorn accessories and gifts.

Organza flowers are made from layers of organza, tulle, and satin and a few pearly beads. These are perfect for a hair clip or a pretty pin for your jacket or purse. Very classy.

The silk lotus flower is elegant!

Stiffened fabric flowers are an easy craft project that’s a good way to use up scraps. Use these flowers to make hair pins and boutonnieres, top gifts, decorate napkin rings, tote bags, wedding aisles, you name it.

Easy Fabric Flower Tutorial that has a covered button detail for the center.

These full and textured fabric flowers are a bit rugged and raw but I like that. They can be attached, clipped, sewn, or glued………..to almost anything.

Summer Flowers tutorial

Summer flower tutorial gives a step by step guide to creating amazing flowers. The added beading details make them extra special.

Flowers for Headbands

Do you have extra fabric lying around?  I love this pretty fabric flower made for a headband.

This simple flower tutorial is the perfect embellishment for a headband.

Emily’s little world has me dying over the baby but  t-shirt flower tutorial is a real keeper.

Fabric Roses

Everything is coming up roses with these fabric rose tutorials!

Gorgeous cabbage roses are perfect  to use in wedding bouquets, boutonnieres, and wedding decor.

The vintage rolled rose using this rolled rose tutorial is a simple tutorial and each one is kind of unique according to how you twist and turn. Tighter pulling and twisting makes them have tighter smaller petals, while looser twisting and rolling will give you larger petals.

The wow of these ric rac flowers come from a few simple steps using this ric rac rose tutorial

Beautiful Rolled Rose Bracelet made using this tutorial

Rose Boutonniere tutorial

Fabric vintage rose tutorial

walnut rose tutorial

What a stunning rose hair band the fabric vintage rose tutorial makes!

Fabric Yo Yo Flowers

Make Gorgeous fabric yo yo hair clips using this yo yo tutorial.

Pretty up your table with these yo yo flower napkin rings.

Welcome guests with this yo yo flower wreath. Attach yo yo’s to a wreath form for a stunning entrance.

Ribbon Flowers

Handmade ribbon flower makes the most beautiful peony flowers.

Darling loopy flower hair clip perfect for a special little girl.

Loopy ribbon flower tutorial is easy and beautiful

Turn ribbon into pretty ribbon flowers with this step by step ribbon flower tutorial

Gathered ribbon flower tutorial makes a full bloom.

Loopy puff ribbon hair bow video helps you make the most darling embellishment for a hairband!

Make pretty flowers with this DIY satin ribbon flowers video!

Love all these ruffled ribbon flowers!

Ribbon Rose Video shows you how to make lovely roses.

So many beautiful fabric flower tutorials. If you are wondering what you can do with all these lovelies, take a look at this amazing felt and fabric flower embellished cardigan. Complete tutorial!

fabric flower embellished sweater

You will also love this crochet cap with large flower tutorial. If you like to crochet here are some beautiful crochet flower tutorials.

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  1. Thank you so much for this!!! I am going to try to make some of these for my little girl that’s on the way for some barfoot baby sandals for her!

  2. Thank you so much for these adorable fabric blooms-I can’t wait to try them out! Shannon

  3. This is exactly what I was looking for today! Thanks so much…pinned it! :0)

  4. This is so cool! I want to be a fashion designer when im older so this will be useful!!!!! thanx so much!!!!

  5. Hi there thanks so much for all these awesome ideas but I was just wondering if anyone else is having problems with the link for the fabric yo yo flowers it keeps sending me to the rolled roses one 🙁 thanks

  6. These are fantastic tutorials and it looks like there’s a flower to be made no matter the type of fabric. Thanks so much for posting and sharking!

  7. This is a wonderful website, I just found you! I also am making zipper flowers and hair clips. Time consuming, but I love it. I don’t have a website, but I also make soap. rubyandme/feel good soaps.

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  9. I really enjoy your website. it always has so many great idears to try and to. thanks for the time and and talent you share .

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  10. Thanks for the links Cindy. I’m always on the look out for new ways to embellish the stuff I make so this was very helpful 🙂

  11. You are so awesome! I love that you offer so many tutorials and information. When I get brave enough to have my own blog I
    will always refer readers your way.

  12. So glad I found this link from over at The Little Red Squirrel. I plan to make flowers from your tutorials as the bows for my Christmas packages (to girls)!

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