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5-Minute Flower Yo-Yo

5-Minute Flower Yo-Yo
5-Minute Flower Yo-Yo
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In the Designer's Words: "These DIY Fabric Yo-Yo Flowers are super easy to make and a great project for beginners. Also a perfect way to update your wardrobe on a budget!"
Follow this 5-Minute Flower Yo-Yo tutorial to make elegant flowers out of scraps! You can pin the tiny blooms in your hair or group them together to create a spring garden centerpiece for your dining room table. These easy sewing project ideas are also great for kids or adults who are learning how to sew. Each of the cute fabric yo-yo flowers can be made in less than five minutes. Customize what you put in the center of each bloom to make each one original.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byHand


Materials List

  • fabric scraps
  • needle
  • thread
  • button
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I have made tons of these yo-yos, they are so fun! I made several tiny ones, and attached them to a colored elastic band, put a pearl or button in the center and made a bracelet. I have also embellished pillows with them, and made several with two different sized yo-yos into pins for a coat or dress, by attaching a craft clothing pin to the back, or you could even use a safety pin. My friend wears hers to work on a tailored jacket! Great project!

These flowers are really cute. This project is another one that makes use fabric scraps and buttons that I have in abundance at my house. I could see attaching these to purses, handmade scarves and headbands. These flowers would also look fantastic on big Spring wreath for my front door.


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