Easy No-Sew Fabric Flower Bouquet

No Sew Fabric Flower Bouquet | Evermine Weddings | evermine.com
DIY fabric flowers are a simple and inexpensive way to decorate your wedding or bridal shower. You don’t even need to have sewing skills or own a sewing machine. Plus, you can change up your fabric material and pattern to alter the look of the bouquet. For instance, white satin fabric would complement elegant and timeless weddings, while the floral pattern in this tutorial has a rustic and country vibe. Scroll down for our tutorial:

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No Sew Fabric Flower Bouquet | Evermine Weddings | evermine.com

Easy No-Sew Fabric Flower Bouquet
Author: Evermine
Serves: Makes 6-8 Fabric Flowers
  • ¼ yard (quarter) fabric
  • twigs
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • scissors
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  2. Cut your fabric into strips, about eighteen inches long, and four inches thick.
  3. Put the strip pattern side down, and apply hot glue along the bottom edge of the fabric in a thin line.
  4. Fold the top of the fabric over to create a thinner strip so both sides display the pattern.
  5. Apply a line of hot glue on the left hand side of the strip, and add your twig.
  6. Add a dot of glue to the right of the twig, and roll the twig in the fabric.
  7. Grab the end of the strip and twist it about 10 times, depending on the length of the fabric.
  8. Slowly roll your twig towards the end, adding dots of glue along the way.
  9. Add another dot of glue at the very end of the strip, and tuck it underneath.
  10. Repeat until you have a cute, fabric bouquet!
Robert (82 Posts)
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Robert Randall lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon. He is a formally trained artist and musician and teaches animation to middle school students in the Portland area. When he’s not creating art or music, Robert can usually be found in his garden and kitchen, cooking up something homegrown and delicious.

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