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Fabric Pinwheel Flowers

Hi, it’s me…Jennifer! Ready to sew again? Today’s sewing project doesn’t even require you to have or use a sewing machine. If you are at all handy with a needle and thread, you can do these cite fabric pinwheel flowers.

Tutorial for Fabric Pinwheel Flowers

Supplies
*knit fabric (I sometimes just repurpose an old t-shirt.)
*scissors
*pins
*needle & thread
*button
*iron

*Optional: protractor and paper (Using a protractor is the easiest way to make a circle pattern on paperthatyou can pin onto your fabric and cut around to make your fabric circles.)
Directions
That’s it! So cute and so easy!

Fun Ideas for Your Fabric Flowers

*Hot glue a pin to the back of a flower allowing you to pin it onto an articles of clothing, purse, or headband.
*Glue the pinwheel flowers onto a picture frame that needs a little “dressing up”.
*Hot glue them onto barrettes or snap clips to make cute hair accessories.
*Attach them to a plain pair of shoes.
The possibilities are endless!
Happy Sewing!

Now It’s Your Turn!

What are you going to use these fabric pinwheel flowers for?

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Tiffany is a stay at home mom to four ridiculously cute kids and wife to one smoking hot Mc Dreamy lookalike. She loves remodeling, chocolate chip cookies and sunshine. She is the founder of Making the World Cuter, a site committed to doing just what the title states; Making the world cuter, one kid, DIY, yummy treat or crafty thing at a time.

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Comments

  1. says

    wow they are super cute! I recently had a bit of a sewing machine disaster as i am extremely novice when it comes to sewing… so this will be a pick-me-up project that I will definately use for a pair of shoes I have, and one for my toddler on a headband. Thanks!