Monday, May 20, 2013

Let's do some fabric flowers.


Do you like these fabric flowers? I'm in love with them.
 
 

 
I want to create all kinds of flowers, fabric flowers, flowers made in crochet,
and also flowers using zippers, this obsession obviously must be a consequence
of the spring. There are many uses for flowers; to decorate bags, to create
ornaments, making pillows, pictures, everything is in the imagination.
 
 
I searched online tutorials to make them. From  all the places I have visited,
the ones that I found and I loved  are these one:
 
 
It was by using the tutorials of this blog that I could create my fabric flowers.
 
The Decorated House  is a blog where you will find great inspiration, all the  creations that you will find  are terrific, we can spend a beautiful time there.
 
 
To make this flower
 
 
 
I used this fabric edge
 
 
 
This edge is usually cut and then removed it, but I liked this edge, so I said
to myself that I was going to use it to make one of the flowers.
 
Finally, I decided to do two flowers of different sizes;
 
 
 To make the center of the flower I used a strip of fabric ( the same strip that
I use often to do the strips of my totes) that is one inch wide.

 
As a final touch, I added three pearls !
 
 
 Looks beautiful!!!!

I really liked how it turned out!

I want to show you a few more photos...

This is another flower that I did;

 



I made them to decorate a ruffle tote  that I am doing right now, I am taking
pictures of this ruffle tote while I'm working on it. Actually, I finished  the
outside, so the next post will be how to make ruffles and sew them to the outer
fabric.
I hope that  you have enjoyed these flowers; I'm in love with them.


See you soon.

Marisa.

I'm linking this project to dolly's design The Creative Blog Hop , The Chicken Chick, Made to be a Momma ( Home made By  You ) , Favorites Things ( from Katherines Corner), Take it on Tuesday, Sew Crafty Angel , Lillies and Silk, Can I get a Whoop Whoop?,  and Fluster Buster .
I'm also linking to The Pin Junkie, Shine on Friday , My Turn for us( Freedom Fridays) , Free Motion By The River, The Country Homemaker, Let's Get Social Sunday,   Sew Darn Crafty, Sew Chatty, Pretty Little Dahlia, Saturday Sparks  and  Fun Friday Blog Hop.

40 comments:

Kate said...

Your flowers are gorgeous!

Bev Carter said...

I love your flowers and your great eye at looking at fabric that will make lovely flowers. I am your newest GFC.
Have a wonderful week,
Bev
@ Eclectic Red Barn

Anne K. said...

That is beautiful! I also make fabric flowers but I use felt fabric. I made baby headbands and I sell it on Etsy :)

Squirrels do Sew said...

Marisa

Fantastic flowers. I must try these.
Thanks for showing us to the site where to find the instructions.
Lotta

anastasia anezinis said...

These are so cute flowers!!
wel done

Maria said...

Your flowers are beautiful Marisa. I'm crazy about fabric flowers and have wanted to try some like yours for a long time. I'll make them eventually, just need to get through my must do list first. Thanks for the tutorial link, I'm off to check it out now.

RobyGiup said...

These flowers are lovely!
Waiting to see the ruffle tote! :)

Joanna Pabel said...

lovely

Anna said...

Beautiful....
Have a nice day !
Anna

Three Sheep Studio said...

These flowers are so soft and beautiful.
Thanks for sharing !
Rose

patchouli moon studio said...

The flowers are beautiful Marisa. Thanks for the link too. Looking forward to seeing your bag with the flowers on it.

Donna, The Decorated House said...

Hi Marisa~
Your flowers are beautiful! I am so happy that my tutorial helped you create your own. Each one is so unique and the possibilities are endless!

Janice said...

Marisa, your post is so timely! Just finished a little sundress/bloomers outfit and was trying to think of something to add to a headband. These flowers are perfect! Thanks so much.

Mary said...

Love these. You mention the width is 1". How long a piece do you start with? Thanks for sharing. :-)

Linda Walker said...

Thanks for following me....the first think I saw on your blog during my first visit were your beautiful fabric flowers....I love to use fabric flowers in my creations. I appreciate you visiting my blog and you can be sure that I will return.
Linda
mysewwhatblog.blogspot.com

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Visiting from Fluster Busters party and I LOVE these flowers. I saw similar ones attached to a wreath....very pretty! thanks for the tutorial!

AntiquityTravelers said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! and Welcome! What a lovely blog you have and these flowers have such a wonderful boho feel!

MargeGoh said...

This is very beautiful. Love it.
Thanks for sharing.
Visiting from Sew Crafty Angel blog hop.
Have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

Merci pour ton aide.

My web blog - Maissa

Ashley @ Downsizing said...

I found your blog on the Lovely Blog Hop and started following on google friend connect. These flowers are beautiful!

Ashley @ http://downsizingashley.blogspot.com/

Angel Allen said...

These are beautiful. Thanks or sharing them on my Anything Hoes Blog Hop.
Angel @ sewcraftyangel.blogspot.com

Amy Morinaka said...

Hello Marisa, what a lovely blog you have! I, too, love making flowers with fabric and crochet. Your flowers are so sweet and elegant! Thanks for inspiring us with your beautiful handwork :)

Ζήνα said...

very cute!

Connie said...

What beautiful flowers! Thanks for sharing.
Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

Rachel - Adventures of a DIY Mom said...

These are really pretty! I love the frayed edges!

Robin Welch said...

The flowers are beautiful but the pearls put it over the top. Thank you for sharing at Fluster's Creative Muster.

Robin
Fluster Buster

Mel@Mellywood's Mansion said...

So pretty I love the pearls it looks so vintage, thanks for following and I'm following you back :)

Pam @Threading My Way said...

Beautiful, Marisa! Iook forward to seeing them on the tote.

Kim Hood said...

I love these flowers! The pearls in the middle just set them off. I love the thready, shabby look mixed with the glamor of the pearls!
His blessings for a fabulous Memorial weekend,
Kim @ Curtain Queen

Nima said...

gorgeous flower..thank you for stopping by my blog with your lovely comment

Missy Lee said...

I ove these flowers, they are gorgeous. I have seen some great tutorials to make these types of flowers but not brave enough to try them yet. I am working on bows at the moment but flowers would be so great to make myself. I am not sure mine would turn out anywhere near as nice as yours though.
Seen you at the sew many ways link party and thought I would come by and let you know how lovely I thought your project was :)
Would love it is you popped by my blog sometime :)

http://make-it-yourselfmumma.blogspot.com.au

Revamp Spunky Rena said...

Hi Lovely. I'm your newest follower from Blog Hop. Love your awesome blog.
Followed you via GFC. Feel free to follow my blog @ www.revampspunkyrena.com

xoxo
Rena

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Afternoon Marisa, What a fabulous idea.... fabric flowers and the little pearl in the centre makes these so special. I can think of numerous ways to use these flowers, so thank you for the inspiration.
Marisa I have popped over from Memories by the Mile and I am so glad I have, because I really enjoyed your post, so much, that I have become a new follower.
I would like to invite you to visit me at Ivy, Phyllis and Me! as you would be very welcome.
Best Wishes from England.
Daphne

Bridgit's Bell said...

Great post and craft art!

Sarah Craig said...

Beautiful flower and a great tutorial! Thanks for sharing! Whoop whoop!!

Ana Lopes said...

Beautiful! Love the pearls detail.
Have a great week!
Hugs from Portugal,

Ana Love Craft
www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

Miriam DeLaRosa said...

Thanks for checking my blog I'm following you back

Katherines Corner said...

Marisa, these are lovely. Thank you for sharing at the hop xo

Pieced Pastimes said...

Your flowers are just wonderful!
Thanks for sharing,
Suzanne
Pieced Pastimes
PS-Would love to have you link this up to Saturday Sparks. Links open till Friday.

Betsy @ Romance on a dime said...

Your flowers are gorgeous - great tutorial! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!

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