It is no secret I love Fabric Flowers around here…

Making felt flowers can be really simple especially with this new book from my friend Amy Barickman. The  book include 25 patterns for making beautiful fabric flowers.

I made the hexagon flower and thought it would make the perfect hair clip. I only needed a few scraps of felt, hair clip, button, needle and thread. First I made a photo copy of the template from the book.

Cut out the pieces.

Bring a needle and thread up through the center of the flower . Fold over a petal and bring the needle through the tip of the petal.

Repeat sewing all the tips of the petals to the center.

Place the center circle on top and then a button. Sew together.

Hot glue the leaf and the flower to a hair clip.


I am just one stop on the Indygo Junction Fabric Flower Blog tour. Please be sure to visit all the other stops to see more beautiful flowers.

Here is your chance to win a copy of this fabulous book Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers & Flower Frills Template from Clover. Simple leave a comment to win. Congrats #101 Denise R! You won the book!

Also you can Enjoy this discount  FFBK12 -to receive 20% off your next order (offer expires 5/1/13)

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  1. What a beautiful and enjoyable book! The flowers ideas are unique and refreshing – a breath of fresh air in the fabric-flower field!

  2. What a beautiful collection of fabric and felt flowers! I have been making my own bows and clips for my 2 little girls and family and friends among other crafty projects. I am always looking for new things to create and this book would is fantastic. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  3. Adorable- love that I want to make them , and my 4 year old daughter can make them (and wear them!) as well. Perfect!

  4. I love your flower! I’d like to make some hairclips & hairbands for my nieces! Thanks for a chance to win! 🙂

  5. My husband is soon to be the Commander for our county’s American Legion and I would love to make the Poppy pin before his installation ceremony, since that is an important symbolic remembrance for members of our armed forces.

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