Friday, December 13, 2013

Fabric Poinsettias

First the inspiration:  Fabric Flowers from Made with My Two Hands!  You must stop by and see hers!  They are much better than mine!  'Very pretty!  Her technique is slightly different than mine, which frankly resulted in better flowers.

Here's mine and what I did.

The basic flower is made by cutting a circle of fabric.  I made two sizes using a saucer and a cereal bowl for my patterns.  Anything round will work.  Cut the circle in half.  Fold the half circle in half and sew a long straight stitch along the curved edge.  Gather.  This makes each petal.  Next, I used hot glue and attached them to a cardboard circle.  They could also be sewn.
Five petals seemed about right to me, but of course, you could certainly layer more.  Next, I glued another circle of cardboard on top!
Done!  In one afternoon, I made several and love them!  'Can't wait to show you what I'm doing with them!
;-)  -Marci


  1. This looks simple enough! =0) They turn out really pretty.

  2. Marci what a fun project. Great pictures too. I may try this with my little one this weekend. Maybe we could put them on sticks or pipe cleaners and make a bouquet.

  3. I love this!! Thanks for linking this wonderful post up to my “Themed Blog & Shop Hop!”

  4. These are so pretty. Thanks for the tutorial and Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  5. That fabric flower is so cool! Ilove the giant poinsettia rather than the small flowers you usually see!

  6. What a great idea and would be neat as part of the tablescapes. Thank you for sharing it on our Four Seasons Blog Hop. Pinning now


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