100+ DIY Fabric Flower Patterns You Can Make

100+ DIY Fabric Flower patterns for you to make at home. Patterns are easy to make with photo instructions. Perfect for every crafter and sewing level.

Flowers are one of Mother Nature’s little gifts to us. They are pretty, bright and make us smile but for some like me, keeping the fresh is always an issue. So, I’ve collected a list of DIY fabric flower patterns to make. This way, I can always have a vase filled to make me smile anytime of the year. The bonus,  no water required!

100+ DIY Fabric Flower patterns for you to make at home. Patterns are easy to make with photo instructions. Perfect for every crafter and sewing level.

DIY Fabric flowers are fun to make and never need watering! Add stems to make a decoration for a vase, use them as a brooch or hair clip, or sew them onto your favorite bag for a pop of color. The possibilities are endless!

100+ DIY Fabric Flower Patterns You Can Make

 

No matter what your creative project, you'll find the perfect DIY fabric flower on this list. All patterns are free and the bonus-  no water required!

 

 

1. Box fold flower

2. Camelias pictured

3. Classic felt flowers

4. Easy layered flowers

5. Embellished flowers

6. Felt camelia

7. Felt fabric flowers

8. Felt pillow flowers

9. Felt rose  pictured

10. Felt t-shirt embellishments

11. Flower card

12. Flower clips

13. Flower pin cushion pictured

14. Girlie Garnish

15. Poinsettia stunning!

16. Pomander pictured

17. Poppies

18. Rose barrettes

19. Scrappy baby hair clips

20. Simple felt daisies

21. Simple felt mums

 

No matter what your creative project, you'll find the perfect DIY fabric flower on this list. All patterns are free and the bonus-  no water required!

 

 

22. 5-minute fat quarter rosette   pictured

23. Blooming flower pin

24. Button center flower

25. Calais flourish flower   pictured

26. Disc flower DIY

27. Easy Ruffle Flower blooms

28. Easy-to-make flowers

29. Elastic headband with flower

30. Fabric & button flower

31. Fabric flower baby headbands

32. Fabric flower brooch

33. Fabric flower charm

34. Fabric flower headband

35. Fabric Pom Pom

36. Fabric rosettes

37. Fabric square flowers

38. Fabulous fabric flowers

39. Felicity fabric flower

40. Fold & twist flowers

41. Folded fabric flowers

42. Forever flowers

43. Full & textured fabric flowers pictured

44. Gathered flower

45. Kanzashi flower

46. Layered fabric flower

47. Long stemmed fabric flowers

48. No-sew fabric flowers

49. No-sew flowers for Mom

50. Packing flowers  

51. Perfect flower add-on

52. Pretty pansy

53. Rolled rosettes

54. Rolled rosettes 2

55. Rosettes

56. Ruffle flower

57. Scrap fabric brooch

58. Scrappy strip flowers pictured

59. Simple 5-inch fabric flowers

60. Squared-up Yo-Yo flowers

61. Summer flower pictured

62. Tattered flowers

63. Tight lollipop twist

64. Triangle flower

65. Wire edged fabric flowers

No matter what your creative project, you'll find the perfect DIY fabric flower on this list. All patterns are free and the bonus-  no water required!

 

 

66. Always in bloom

67. Carnation

68. Fabric flowers

69. Fabric poms

70. Five minute fabric flowers

71. Ruffly flowers

72. Simple flowers

73. T-shirt flowers

No matter what your creative project, you'll find the perfect DIY fabric flower on this list. All patterns are free and the bonus-  no water required!

 

 

74. 3D flowers

75. Big bloom pictured

76. Burlap & bling flowers

77. Burlap rosette

78. Chiffon flowers pictured

79. Chiffon & tulle flowers

80. Cotton & Burlap rosette

81. Denim flowers pictured

82. DIY sheer blooms  

83. Fabric flower bouquet

84. Fabric rose flowers

85. Fabric wedding flowers

86. Lovely fabric flowers

87. No-sew burlap flower   

88. Pantyhose petals

89. Paper napkin poinsettia

90. Plarn flowers

91. Posie and rosette cluster

92. Raggy flowers

93. Ribbon roses

94. Rickrack rosettes

95. Rosette flower tutorial

96. Satin & tulle flowers

97. Shabby chic flowers

98. Sheer fabric flower

99. Silk lotus flowers

100. Sunflowers

101. Velvet rose

102. Wire & fabric flowers

Be sure to PIN THIS DIY Fabric Flower round up post because no matter what your creative project, you’ll find the perfect flower on this list. Remember, all patterns are free and the bonus-  no water required!

100+ DIY Fabric Flower patterns for you to make at home. Patterns are easy to make with photo instructions. Perfect for every crafter and sewing level.

 

 

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Machine Quilt Binding vs. Hand Stitching

Which do you prefer: machine quilt binding or hand stitched binding? This is a question we asked our audience and the reasons are amazing.

Machine quilt binding vs. hand, which method do you prefer? This is a question I asked my Scrappy Girls Club and the response was amazing!

Which do you prefer: machine quilt binding or hand stitched binding? This is a question we asked our audience and the reasons are amazing.

Clearly this question struck a cord because each person had a preference but that has me wondering is one better than the other? I invite you to pull up a chair, grab a cup of tea and join me in our candid discussion about the pros and cons of binding a quilt by machine or by hand.

It's time to wrap up the latest project, show you my Dandy Drive finished quilt and tell you about another fabulous prize package up for grabs.

Hand Sewing Quilt Binding

Quilting Quick Fact:

Machine quilt binding is faster than hand sewing but is it always the better choice?

The most frequent reason people said they hand bind is that the binding never looks nice when using a machine. Quilters always want their quilts to look pretty when complete and hand binding enhances that handmade outlook. The stitches become invisible and it looks clean on both sides. Hand stitching gives you those last precious moments with your quilt that you have put so much love, time and effort into. One reader said it was her favorite time with the quilt and loves to bind her quilt while watching a good old classic movie on tv! Hand stitching to some is more satisfying and personal as a last step in the quilting process. Hand binding can also be a very relaxing process which we all need every so often.

Which do you prefer: machine quilt binding or hand stitched binding? This is a question we asked our audience and the reasons are amazing.

Machine Quilt Binding

Quilting Quick Fact:

Hand sewn binding requires patience and time.

Using your machine may take a bit of practice at first but once you get the hang of the technique it becomes a quick way to finish a quilt so you can move on to your next project.

Many readers said they didn’t have the time to sit and hand stitch a quilt so they preferred to use their machine. Using your sewing machine also seems sturdier and will possibly help the quilt last longer. One reader loves to bind her quilts using decorative stitches on her machine! Machine binding may be the only way a person can finish a quilt if there are health issues, especially in the hands. A few readers in the group mentioned their hands hurt too bad to hand quilt anymore. To help those that want or need to machine bind, there are actual binding feet for your machines, which could help a person finish a queen or king size quilt in less than 3 hours!

Which do you prefer: machine quilt binding or hand stitched binding? This is a question we asked our audience and the reasons are amazing.

Some quilters prefer using both techniques in their work. This gives them the best of both worlds, a finished quilt faster but the satisfaction of putting your own handiwork into the project.

Each technique starts with machine stitching to the quilt. Depending on whether hand stitching or finishing will determine whether it is applied to the front or back. You can sometimes determine a quilts end by what binding technique is used. Many readers often machine bind their quilts when they will be heavily used, laundered frequently, or given to charity. Hand stitching is commonly used for heirloom or personal gift quilts.

No matter which method you choose, each quilt is a uniquely yours and bring others joy for many years.

 

 

Click the pictures below to practice your machine and hand binding:

Learn how to create continuous bias on The Sewing LoftBinding 101. Learn how this trim can clean finish your project, how to make and calculate yardage needed to create binding for your next project. The Sewing Loft

Binding 101. Learn how this trim can clean finish your project, how to make and calculate yardage needed to create binding for your next project. The Sewing LoftLearn the difference between straight-grain and bias binding. The article also shares how, when and where to use them. The Sewing Loft

 

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Blue Skies Stash SWAP | Sign Up’s

Switch up your stash with this month's fabric SWAP with the Scrappy Girls Club.

The weather lately has been crazy and I’m wishing for blue skies all around!  Luckily, Scrappy Girls Club was planning ahead and sign ups for the Blue Skies Stash of Color SWAP are happening now.

Switch up your stash with this month's fabric SWAP with the Scrappy Girls Club.

This fabric based SWAP is a blind exchange that requires No Sewing. Which let’s face it, sometimes is perfect for the schedule!

As the name suggests, we are exchanging blue printed fabrics but don’t let that fool you! Blue comes in many different shades beyond baby and royal. Here is a quick peak at a few of my pulls. You can see they all have shades of blue in them.

Switch up your stash with this month's Blue Skies fabric SWAP with the Scrappy Girls Club.

Once I pulled out fabrics, it was time to get cutting. I sliced into a bunch of different prints and I’ll bet I could have cut up an entire layer cakes worth of squares. I really think this might be a good idea for storing my scraps.

Blue Skies Stash SWAP:

 

The SWAP basics are that each participant sends 10″ blue printed squares of quilting cotton to exchange. Think of it as a fun way to create a colored layer cake. But don’t take my word for it, you can find the who, what, when & where details here on Scrappy Girls Club

Join Now SWAP

 

Scrappy Girls Club Group:

The group has a fun and active Facebook Community for members only.  There you can share your own projects you are working on or have finished, meet and get to know the members from around the world, share inspiration, and participate in the group. Everything is in one spot- simple and easy to use on your computer or smart phone. (Another great reason for joining the fun!)

More SWAP info:

The Blue Skies Stash SWAP is open for sign ups until September 16th, 2017.  Once signed up you will be sent an email with additional details about shipping your package.

Be sure to swing by Scrappy Girls Club if you still have a few questions about the Blue Skies Stash SWAP. Each SWAP has been a ton of fun and I can’t wait to get my hands on a few new fabrics.

 

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30+ Fat Quarter Friendly Sewing Projects

Fat quarters are amazingly versatile and the number of projects that you can create from them is only limited by your imagination. Think holidays, gifts for friends, craft projects and more. They’re also a great way to test out unique patterns and designs without having to spend a lot of money. Here are 30 fat quarter friendly projects you can make using these small gems.

Looking for your next sewing project? Check out this line up of fat quarter friendly sewing projects. They are quick and easy to make.

30+ Fat Quarter Friendly Projects

  1. Apron
  2. 5 Yards of Bias Tape
  3. Bulletin Board
  4. Bunny Applique Table Runner
  5. Coffee Koozie
  6. Fabric Feather Dishtowels
  7. Fabric Luggage Tag
  8. Fat Quarter Quilt
  9. Fabric Trays
  10. Gratitude Wrap
  11. Halloween Tote Bag
  12. Headband
  13. iPhone Pouch
  14. Kaleidoscope Pillow
  15. Mannequin Door Stop
  16. Matching Game
  17. Microwave Bowl Potholder
  18. Mini Coloring Tote
  19. Mouse Pad
  20. Patchwork Bib
  21. Pattern Weights
  22. Personalized Pillow
  23. Pie Potholders
  24. Potluck Bowl Cover
  25. Ruffle Fabric Flowers
  26. Storage Caddy
  27. Toiletry Set
  28. Tooth Fairy Pillow
  29. Girl’s Circle Skirt
  30. Chapstick Cozy

This list is filled with so many easy to make projects that I’m inspired to go raid my fat quarter stash! Each pattern is a new way for me to stretch my fabric budget, keep on track and audition new color combinations. For even more inspiration, be sure to check out my 100+ fat quarters projects and pin them both for easy reference.  These patterns are a great resource for every sewing skill level and perfect for gift giving.

Stop staring at those cute little fabric bundles you picked up at the store and select a few of your favorites from this list of over 100 fat quarter projects with free patterns. The Sewing Loft

 

 

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Quilt Size Chart | The Ultimate Quilters Guide

We have covered so many different types of quilts and blocks on The Sewing Loft but we’ve never really chatted sizes. So today, I’m sharing a handy quilt size chart to help you determine what size will actually fit your bed!

Use this standard quilt size chart to design your next project. It covers all sizes from baby to California King. Size chart is easy to read and printable.

I’m sure by now you’ve picked out your favorite quilt blocks and are ready to start stitching, but do you know what size quilt to actually make? The most important question to ask yourself is, “What do I want and what am I going to use it for”. To help with this process, I have created a quick quilt size chart for easy reference.

Basic measurements are included on this quilt size chart to help determine how many quilt blocks are needed to complete your project.

Use this standard quilt size chart to design your next project. It covers all sizes from baby to California King. Size chart is easy to read and printable.

 

Quilt Size Chart

 

Just remember that these finished quilt sizes are approximate and can vary 4” – 8”. It is best to measure your mattress for a guide so you don’t have to guess.  After you determine your quilt size you will need to select batting.

Batting –

noun

  1. layers or sheets of raw cotton or wool or of synthetic fibrous material used for lining quilts or for stuffing or packaging



Batting can also be known as wadding or that soft middle layer of a quilt. It can be made from all types of fibers: cotton, wool, silk, bamboo, polyester, corn, alpaca and recycled plastic bottles. Quilt batting comes in all different sizes, loft weights and fibers. You can learn more about batting in this article I wrote here. 

Consider batting like the filling in the middle of your favorite sandwich! A cushioning material provides loft, insulation and more to many sewing projects. The Sewing Loft

After you have your size and materials mapped out, it’s time to start thinking about your design. It is best to start with a quilt block. Here is a massive list of quilt blocks to help get those creative juices flowing.

Keep your creative juices flowing with over 100 free quilt blocks rounded up in one place. The Sewing Loft

Remember, it’s okay if your quilt block measurements don’t exactly to the sizes above, just try to keep in mind the size of the mattress and how much coverage you think the quilt recipient will want. If your quilt top is just an inch or two off in one direction or another, it probably won’t make much difference. And don’t forget, if you want to add a little size you can always put border fabric pieces around the top before you finish the quilt!

 

 

 

Click the below pictures for additional quilt projects:

Jelly roll quilts are easy to make and stitch together in a flash. Here are a few of my favorite free patterns to help you stitch up a storm. The Sewing LoftSuch an amazing line up of free mini quilt patterns. The list of photos make it easy to find the perfect one.

Join the Sugar Bloom Quilt pattern quilt along. It is perfect for perfect for picnics in the park, catching fire flies in the summer and mid afternoon naps in the shade.

Want to sew something fast? Check out these 15 quick quilt patterns and start stitching today. I'll bet you can have them finished the same day.

 

 

 

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Block 2 | I Love Home Quilt

Join me and a few friends for the I love home quilt along. Each block offers a fun applique design for you to stitch out.

Sewing with friends is too much fun to pass up so when Jacquelynne from The Art of Home asked me to join the fun in the I love home quilt block of the month, I was all in! Each month I will share a few pictures of my block for the month and host a giveaway. I hope that you will join the fun and sign up for the free pattern to stitch along with us.

Join me and a few friends for the I love home quilt along. Each block offers a fun applique design for you to stitch out.

 

The I love home quilt is so whimsical and really lends itself to my personal style. Each block is designed to be hand appliqued but I just had to infuse my style and layer on the free motion quilting.

Supplies:

*Fabrics used in block include Patrick Loose Christmas Cheer and a few batiks.

Each layer of the applique design gave me an opportunity to add my version of character.

Join me and a few friends for the I love home quilt along. Each block offers a fun applique design for you to stitch out.

To help make my thread lines pop, I reached for a spool of Aurifil thread. The Medium Delft Blue jumps off the colorful prints and really outlines the design.

Each design element gave me an opportunity to outline the applique with my version of character. I even used a decorative stitch on my machine to accentuate the corner of the house.

Something about this block reminds me of our old house in New Jersey so, I added extra details to my windows and love the way it turned out.

I Love Home Quilt Block 2

 

Join me and a few friends for the I love home quilt along. Each block offers a fun applique design for you to stitch out.

Interested in sewing along? The I love home quilt pattern is free and you can get the instructions here.

Plus, each month you can enter to win fun prizes to help keep you stitching along. The September giveaway is a fat quarter bundle from Designs by Sarah J.

Love of Home Quilt September Giveaway

Want to see even more block options? Be sure to check out a few of my friends who are stitching along.

 

Best of luck in the giveaway!

 

 

 

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Start Sewing During National Sewing Month

There is no better time to start sewing than during National Sewing Month and The Sewing Loft wants to help. Check out all the fun project ideas, tips and don't forget that giveaway.

Each year when September rolls around I do two things like clockwork; send the kids back to school and celebrate National Sewing Month.  This year, I want to add one more thing on my list. I want to get back to sewing! That’s right, so many of us say we want to sew, dream about the fun projects we’ll make but many stop there. I say, let’s just start sewing!

There is no better time to start sewing than during National Sewing Month and The Sewing Loft wants to help. Check out all the fun project ideas, tips and don't forget that giveaway.

 

So no matter what your sewing preference; garments, quilting or small projects, it’s time to put the pedal to the metal and just start sewing.

To help make it happen, I challenge you to set aside just a few minutes a day to sit in front of your machine and just sew. It does not need to be that monster project you’ve been dreaming of. Nope, instead it can be just simply stitching two pieces of fabric together at a time. Heck, it can even be scraps. Just check out how great this scrap fabric turned out using this simple technique.

Start Sewing

 

Here are a few ideas to help get you started:

Each week, I’ll check in with you to see how everyone is coming along and share my projects. Plus, be sure to sign up for the Newsletter. I’ll be sending out easy tips and fabulous sewing projects to keep you inspired all month long.

And let’s not forget the giveaway! You know that every year, I have a fantastic line up and this year is even better.  Whether you’re a garment maker, quilter or love embroidery, this year’s prize package is perfect for you. Stay tuned for the revealed later this month!

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DIY Quilted Tree Skirt Video Class

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

Have you seen the new Quilted Tree Skirt Class with Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield on Craftsy? If the answer is no, then my question to you is why not?

Quilted Tree Skirt Class Review with finished projects. Love just how easy it was to make.

One Zip Way Class Review with finished projects and crazy discount. The Fobio is my favorite project and everything is going to get them as Christmas gifts.

Since Caroline is a personal friend it was so fun to hear her voice and watch her teach but the best part is now, I’m one step closer to tackling the holiday list!

Quilted Tree Skirt Class

 

Now, let’s take a look at the class. During the videos Caroline shows you just how easy it is to transform pre cut jelly rolls into a finished project.

Quilted Tree Skirt Class Review with finished projects. Love just how easy it was to make.

Video Lessons Include:

  • Piecing the blades
  • Sewing the blades to batting
  • Assembling the skirt
  • Quilting & Embellishing

I don’t want to spoil the class for you but I can tell you that there is even a coloring page to help you design your tree skirt.

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

Since my family is kinda smitten with our quilted tree skirt, I switched things up and turned mine into a table topper. To do so, I made the following modifications:

  1. Printed the template off at 50% and reduced my strips to 1 1/2″ wide.
  2. Substituted Insul-Bright for batting.
  3. Omitted the buttons & elastic.
  4. Assembled the blades in a complete circle and added an applique with heat n bond lite to the top.

Once I had the blades cut out I went straight to work joining them together. I actually used my serger for this step.

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

Sometimes I just have the urge to serge and need to pull my Baby Lock Imagine out of the closet. The blade makes every seams perfectly sized and the overlock stitch keeps everything neat and clean. Pure perfection!

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

I’m loving the way it turned out and know that it will be put to good use this holiday season!  My finished skirt measures 25″ from blade point to blade point.

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

Now, that I have my quilted tree skirt table topper complete, I know that I can use it for so many different things. Like a hot pad for any holiday serving dishes, a center piece mat for candles or even a decorative mat under a poinsettia plant.  The Insul-Bright really allows for so many options.

No matter what size you make, I’m sure this quilted tree skirt it will quickly become one of your favorite holiday decor pieces for years to come.

Sign Up & Make The Quilted Tree Skirt Today

 

Don’t forget that while watching the video, you can chat with other class members, make notes and download the coloring sheet for endless options.  The Quilted Tree Skirt Class offers a fun way for us to rev up our holiday spirits and start working on that sewing list.

Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.

 

Be sure to sign up for the Quilted Tree Skirt Class today and get a jump start on your holiday projects!

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ps- after you’ve finished your tree skirt, branch out and try some of these amazing Christmas Ornaments.

100+ Christmas Ornaments Patterns Rounded Up in one place. The Sewing Loft

 

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International Association of Quilters

As a Sewing Loft reader, you know I love sharing easy to make scrappy projects, sewing tips and fab sewing finds. Well today I’ve got a goodie, International Association of Quilters.

Looking for a quilt group that fits your schedule? Be sure to check out International Association of Quilters. A place where quilters from around the world chat & share 24/7!

You may remember me mentioning this group before. You see, I was a featured designer in 2015 and shared my Santa Baby pattern. Fast forward to today and the group has grown by leaps and bounds. There are over 700 members from all over the world actively sewing and sharing within the group.

Looking for a quilt group that fits your schedule? Be sure to check out International Association of Quilters. A place where quilters from around the world chat & share 24/7!

But the real reason I want to tell you about the International Association of Quilters right now is because enrollment for the group is open but not for long! Take a look at some of the member benefits…

Looking for a quilt group that fits your schedule? Be sure to check out International Association of Quilters. A place where quilters from around the world chat & share 24/7!

International Association of Quilters Benefits

I’ve known Becky for years and each year she curates an amazing list of guest designers. Let’s take a look at the 2017 line up- it includes Cheryl Brickey from Meadow Mist Designs, Pauline McArthur from Funky Friends Factory, and Jennifer Fullton from Inquiring Quilter (just to name a few)! Last year included designers Liz & Liz from Simple Simon and Christa Watson from Christa Quilts.

Looking for a quilt group that fits your schedule? Be sure to check out International Association of Quilters. A place where quilters from around the world chat & share 24/7!

So, if you are always on the hunt for a quilt group that fits your schedule this is it! The best part is you’ll never miss a project again! That’s right, you’ll have instant access to the full library of the history of the group (which dates back to 2014), with new patterns added monthly (my pattern included!), but you need to hurry. Enrollment for the group closes on August 31st. After that, those interested will be put on a waiting list until sign ups re-open at the end of December.

Looking for a quilt group that fits your schedule? Be sure to check out International Association of Quilters. They even have a planner to help you keep track of your projects.

Another great bonus with International Association of Quilters is that they just added the Patchwork Planner & Journal to the members area and there’s going to be an extra project during Sept that you can sew along with. So be sure to join today and grab all the goodies to stitch up a storm with friends.

 

 

 

 

 

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