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I have recently taken up sewing and have TONS of scrap fabric. So I decided to make these flower pins. They're good to wear or to pin on tote bags, etc.

Step 1: Supplies

Picture of Supplies
6"x6" Scrap Fabric
6"x6" Constrasting Scrap Fabric
6"x6" Interfacing (Optional)
Tissue Paper
Thread
Pin Backings
Scrap Cardboard 1" diameter circle
Decorative Beads, etc. (Optional)

Tools:
Sewing Machine
Hot Glue Gun
Iron
 
craftyten3 years ago
Thanks for the tutorial, it is awsome
Мне нравятся ваши цветы. Спасибо за мастер-класс!
pretty flowers love them
these look great! i wonder if there is a way to make the flowers so that they could be sewn onto clothing. they would be wonderful on the baby dresses i make! very unique and funky looking!
sue
hedderlee8 years ago
I have two little girls, and they will be ROCKING these on their clothes, bags, you name it. Thanks!
catzgirl8 years ago
I made one of those, and they really add a nice touch of "flare" to my bag.
AdamK8 years ago
Adorable. =)
sassafrass8 years ago
Thank you! I've been looking for something just like this to do with all of my scrap fabric. And there's so much you can do with these little flowers too :)
karen6088 years ago
A great waste-not, want-not craft! Could also glue to a headband. Sew to a hair tieback. Use to decorate a gift bag or package. Put on a dowel for a lawn flower (out of sun/rain. Also could make other varieties. Very nice! Thank you for sharing.
These are incredible! I've been brainstorming ways to use old vintage fabric, but failing in comparison to this cute idea! On the black one, did you just glue the beads on?
madebytrish (author)  KnittingFreak8 years ago
Yup! I just put a dab of hot glue in the center and sprinkled the beads on.