Recycle Fabric Scraps to Fabulous Fabric Flowers

4. Versatile No Sewing Machine Flower

This tutorial is for making ruffled fabric flower for numerous accessories, including headbands, necklace, hair pins, and many more. And the best part is you don’t even need to use a sewing machine. You can purchase the PDF instruction from jewelboxballerina.

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7 thoughts on “Recycle Fabric Scraps to Fabulous Fabric Flowers”

  1. O, these are excellent ideas! My job as an eco seamstress (at means a LOT of fabric offcuts, and I’m always looking for ways to re-use them, since I challenge myself to throw away as few scraps as possible (only 1 basketful of unusable tiny/damaged pieces after a full year in business, yay!).
    I make hairbows from scrap and I’ve tried patchwork squares, and shredding remnants for heavy bolster cushion stuffing, but making some little floral embellishments would be fabulous! 🙂

    1. Wow. Just one basket of unused scrap in one year? That is awesome! Fabric flowers are definitely a creative way to use up scraps of all different sizes.

  2. These are very cool.  As you, i also keep so much scraps and could never throw out materials.  Recently i used my old clothes and fabrics to upcycle into bags.  Check them out…

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