Fabric Flower Headband

Fabric Flower Headband
Fabric Flower Headband - Craft Idea
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Need something new and thrifty to accessorize with that new outfit?  Create a crafty fabric flower fast and easy: these cute fabric flowers are all the rage these days - especially for Spring and Summer! They make great accessories to hair, jewelry, and shoes and are so easy to make - you will be delighted!  (Add one to a pin to hand out as gifts too!)

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Difficulty: Easy


Scrap fabric


Needle and Thread

Glue gun

Beads or Glass Pearls


Cut out flower shapes from fabric- You will need about 8 (you can also click on the picture and print for a template if you do not want to free hand it.) I used a silk fabric that was left over from a sewing project and the same color in a tulle fabric but you can just use one fabric I just used tulle for the texture and to give the other fabric extra body so I ended up cutting out 16 instead of 8

Layer 7 Flowers if you made a coordinating fabric, otherwise skip to the next step

Fold flowers in half

Next, fold flowers in half again

When all 7 flowers are folded- layer placing the corner of each flower in the middle one on top of the other

Using a needle and thread- thread all corners to a small piece of felt or fabric

For the rose with pearls in middle of the flower, use glue gun to secure beads and roll the fabric around the beads to create a rose shape. Glue to the middle of the pedals and let dry.

To make the pink flower with the headband in the picture- follow the same instructions only instead of making a rose for the middle, flatten the flower by gluing pearls or beads in the middle with a hot glue gun. Enjoy your fun and easy fabric flower!


About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.