{How To} Flower Clips: Easy Craft

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Today’s craft is a quicky!  I had some scraps of polar fleece around the studio that needed to find a new home.

So, with spring flowers starting to emerge, I had an idea!

Flower Clips

 

Easy Flower Clips | The Sewing Loft

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This project is for all levels.

Skill Level- 1 Button


Materials:

  • fleece, felt, felted sweater (any would work)
  • button
  • needle & thread
  • mini cloths pins
Tools:
  • needle/thread
  • hot glue

Basic Instructions:

  1. Start by cutting your fabric into squares. (I cut mine into 2 3/4″ squares)  You will need 3 squares to create one flower.  But make a bunch, they are super fast.
  2. Draw a flower shape on scrap cardboard or card stock.  Cut out and trace onto your square.
  3. Cut flower shape from fleece. Stack three flowers on top of each other; rotating as you go to see the petals.
  4. Position your button in the center; with needle and thread, stitch to secure.
  5. Grab your mini cloths pin and hot glue in place.
These flowers are the perfect way to reclaim that favorite sweatshirt or outgrown sweater.
Easy Flower Clips | The Sewing Loft
For more Craft Quickies -check out my friends The Country Chic Cottage  & Moore Craft Time.  All week long they will be roundin’ up some sweet crafts to keep your creative juices flowing! I ‘m sure you won’t be disappointed.

Comments

  1. I LOVE this quick and easy project! These would be great to add to binder clips to make office paperwork a little more pretty, add to hair clips… or even put magnets on the clothespins and put on the fridge!

  2. The felt flowers are so adorable! I have scraps of other thick material (tweed, mistakenly felted sweaters & such) which would make some nice grown up flowers. Thanks for the post!
    Samina
    American Sewing Guild

  3. So cute–and you really could clip them to anything!

  4. I absolutely love this! I’d love for you to share it in our link party!
    http://crafting-cousins.blogspot.com/2012/03/what-i-wore-sunday-week-10.html

    ~Natalie @ Crafty Cousins

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