Learning how to make fabric flowers can come in handy more than you would suspect. You can use fabric flowers in so many creative ways, that you will have friends asking you how you where you buy these wonderful creations so they can begin using them too.
However, the joke is on them because you don’t have to purchase your fabric flowers because you learned how to make them from this tutorial. And if they want to learn this method, don’t sit down to teach the procedure over and over again. Simply direct them back to this tutorial.
I like how this carnation-like flower appears to be overly complicated, but, in fact, is quite simple. Cutting out all of the initial patterns will be the hardest and most tedious part of this project. Once you finish with that step, the rest is a cake walk.
I use my fabric flowers in so many ways. I have made bouquets for centerpieces, added them to gifts for extra decoration, glued them to headbands to dress up my daughter’s hair, sewn them to shirts and dresses, pinned them to purses, and arranged them on my wall and displayed them as art. I’m sure if when you make yours you will have just as many new ideas as I had.