29 Fabric Flower Patterns

29 Fabric Flower Patterns

Learn how to make fabric flowers with this stunning collection!

Updated 6/1/21

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22 Fabric Flowers to Make

Fabric flower patterns create some of the most beautiful catch-all accessories you can use all year long. These flowers are perfect whether you want to create a permanent floral centerpiece for your dining room or simply want to add a touch of spring to your wardrobe.

The best thing about artificial flowers is that they are evergreen. Fabric flowers are sturdier and better quality than paper, which means they really do last forever. Using this collection of fabric flower patterns, you can make bouquets that will never wilt or die, create trendy floral accessories, or make flower embellishments by the dozen to use in scrapbooking, card making, and general home decorating.

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Fabric Flower Patterns

Looking for centerpiece ideas for your wedding or your next dinner party? Learn how to make fabric flowers that make great conversation pieces. All of your party guests will admire your crafting skills. Besides centerpieces for tables, these flower patterns are the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts or birthday gift for a special lady.

Mitzi's Fabric Flowers

Once you discover how to make fabric flowers like these ones, you'll never want to stop. Make a bunch and decorate your home.

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Fabric Flower Bouquet

Use some fabric scraps to create a pretty arrangement of fabric flowers for Mother's Day. Find out how to make fabric flowers that will become a permanent fixture on her table.

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Gorgeous Upcycled Denim Flowers

Create a beautiful handmade fabric flower bouquet that'll last forever with this easy flower tutorial using scraps of denim from your old jeans. 

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Easy Felt Flower Garland

Learn how to make flowers out of felt and create an adorable garland that will brighten up any room. This is a clever way to repurpose mismatched buttons.

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Flower Pillowcase Home Decor

This lovely pillow makes a great gift idea for friends or family, that won’t break the budget. It's fairly quick to make and is easy enough for beginners to handle.

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Rolled Ribbon Rose

You're only a few minutes from your new favorite fabric flower bouquet. All it takes to complete this fabric rose pattern is ribbon and a some thread.

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Pink Flower for a Goddess

With just a bit of silk, you can create these gorgeous mini fabric flowers. These flowers also make a beautiful DIY wedding centerpiece to add a touch of homemade to your special day.

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Roses, Ribbon & Chain Bib Necklace

Looking for some inspiration for making fabric flowers jewelry? This Roses, Ribbon & Chain Bib Necklace is just the statement piece you need to dress up a t-shirt and jeans. Plus this free jewelry making pattern will help you use up fabric scraps!

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Totally Tulle DIY Fabric Flowers

Tulle is always thought of as fancy, but this project is actually accessible for everyone. This fabric flower tutorial is completely unexpected but so much fun.

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Upcycled Vintage Fabric Flowers

Fabric roses are a great craft because they can bloom at any time and in any climate! Save an old t-shirt and repurpose it to create your own Upcycled Vintage Fabric Flowers from Linda Peterson. Stick a flower anywhere - on your shirt, your shoes or in your hair!

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DIY Gingham Flower Pillow

Make something absolutely adorable with this fabric flower pillow sewing pattern. The best part? You can start and finish this cutie in an hour!

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How to Make Flowers Out of Fabric Scraps

The most versatile type of flower patterns is DIY embellishments! Attach them to clothing, bags, cards, lampshades, picture frames, headbands, scrapbook layouts...the possibilities for learning how to make a fabric flower are endless. Discover your new favorite fabric flower tutorial and then make a bunch once. Keep these flower patterns on hand so you'll always have a flower or two to embellish with should the need arise.

You know that phrase "wear your heart on your sleeve?" Well, you can also wear your fabric flowers on your sleeve (or your lapel, or your wrist, or your head, or...) These stylish flower patterns are timeless and classic, with a current, trendy twist to set you apart in a crowd. You can craft flowers depending on your style. Learn how to make fabric flowers that really make a statement.

Vintage Burlap Fringed Flower

All out of ideas on how to make fabric flowers? This no-sew project uses glue, burlap and other easy-to-find materials that can be purchased at your local craft store.

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Pretty Recycled Flower Pattern

If you've ever wondered how to make flowers out of fabric, look no further than this Pretty Recycled Flower Pattern. Use your miniature flowers to embellish purses or headbands for a cool look, or wear one as a fun brooch.

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Floaty Tulle Flowers

Fabric flowers make great embellishments for scrapbook layouts, handmade cards, clothing, and jewelry.

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DIY Fabric Flower Hair Ties

It's time to bust your stash, you hoarder! Make a bunch of these cute fabric flower hair ties in no time at all. Each mini flower takes about 10 minutes.

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Ribbon Flower Pins

These beautiful pins could easily be used to add a floral touch to anything from a shirt to a bag, a scarf to a hat. You could also use these flowers to liven up a gift package.

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Denim Flower Brooch

Discover how to make fabric flowers using old jeans and create this delightful embellishment. This fabric flower tutorial will keep you busy and change the look of an otherwise boring piece of clothing.

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Shabby Chic Denim Flowers

Shabby chic has never looked so fabulous. Once you learn how to make flowers out of fabric, you'll never want to buy the real thing ever again.

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Coffee Stained Roses

You probably think that spilled coffee is a bad thing, but think again! Use coffee instead of dye to turn an old t-shirt into a work of art. Add these roses to a t-shirt or jacket for a three-dimensional look.

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Quilt Scrap Flowers

Save those old quilts and use them to make pretty flowers. Once you learn how to make a fabric flower using an old quilt, you'll never need to buy new fabric.

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Scrap Fabric Hair Accessories

Save up those fabric scraps to create cute and funky DIY hair accessories. Flower patterns like this never go out of season, so be sure to rock your hair accessories whenever you need a hint of spring.

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Multiple Use Fabric Flowers

Once you learn how to make fabric flowers, you'll find tons of ways to use them. This super simple pattern is the perfect place to start!

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Charming Hair Flower

Make flowers from fabric with this charming hair flower project from Jenni Bowlin Studios. This adorable bloom makes a great hair accessory for a little girl!

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Four Step Fabric Flowers

Here is a great little project to liven up your wardrobe. Embellish a shirt, dress up a pair of heels, or wear it as a pin. These four-step fabric flowers are versatile for everyday dress and a night out.

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Scrap Fabric Rosette Barrette

Gather up those fabric scraps and create these adorable hair pins.  Great for everyday wear or adding a nice touch to an evening outfit, these bobby pins are a must have for girls of all ages.

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Easy Fabric Flower Tutorial

Learn how to make flowers for embellishments while getting rid of scrap fabric by following this easy fabric flower tutorial!

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Flower Bobby Pins

These silk flower hair pins look so cute and are perfect to spice up your wardrobe this spring without breaking the bank.

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Easy Scrap Fabric Brooches

Even the smallest scraps can be used. This flower project is about using up small and unusual shaped scraps of fabric to make a simple flower that can be used as a brooch, to decorate a bag, and more!

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Every one of these crafty flowers are a treat to the eye and so pretty and fun to make. I have made several sheer fabric flowers with flame curled ends into hair barrettes and brooch pins. The paper flowers make for double duty on a package as part of the wrapping as well as a pin on the backmifmit to wear later. Thank you for all these wonderful free ideas and instructions which bring a smile to so many folks! These ideas for making pretty flowers are very much appreciates and so lovely to enjoy and make!

These are fun to make and put in different types of vases around the house. I used to make a lot of paper flowers as a child. This could be a fun activity.

Oh my you are wonderful for offering all these wonderful ideas and for free to boot. I have family and friends in nursing homes and the ones in non private rooms are not allowed to have fresh cut or real flowers of any kind due to allergies of roommates. I make fake flowers of all kinds to bring to them. This is going to be so appreciated, thank you so very much.

I love fabric flowers. You can use whatever fabric you like or that matches your dcor, they will never die, and when the present season passes, you can put them away you dont have to throw them away. Fabric flowers are always in season, and you can make whatever you want in your house. I just love them.

I have been making fabric flowers for over 5 years and there are some flowers on this list that I haven't even seen before. This is a wonderful page to save and learn many new techniques of fabric flower making from. This site continues to amaze me with all its great crafting ideas. Does anybody have a favorite flower to try first? I want to try them all and don't know where to get started!

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