Easy Felt Flower Tutorial
I have been brainstorming some ideas for a baby shower that I am helping with. The Mommy-to-be requested a vintage inspired shower with lots of lace and burlap. She is not giving away the gender, so she wants neutral colors or both blue and pink and other pastels. I decided to try and make a felt flower. I have sewn similar fabric flowers before and working with felt was actually easier because it is sturdy.
Here are the materials I used for one flower:
- Pearl Bead
Each flower takes six felt petals. Here is how I cut mine. In hindsight I would have cut smaller pieces.
You can play around with the size and shape of each petal. With a good pair of scissors, you can easily cut 3-4 petals at a time. Keep in mind that each flower will be 5-6 times larger than one petal.
Thread your needle and sew each petal together as shown.
Lastly, sew on the pearl.
I think I may make smaller ones in blue, pink, yellow, and green and embellish some mason jars with them with burlap and lace for flower vases. I think it will be cute to mix in rattles, white baby shoes, and vintage books.
You can also use these to make hair accessories like this one and this one or use them to embellish gifts or cards. Use them for home décor and sew a cluster of them on accent pillows or throw blankets.
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