I created this fabric flower pin for a scarf I made. It was so cute and easy to make, I just had to share the tutorial with you.
All you need is some fabric (larger scraps will work), a pin back, a glass, hot glue, and a marking pen.
First, trace around the glass on your fabric with your marking pen.
Cut out the circle. If you pin a few layers of fabric together, you can get more done at once.
You will need six fabric circles.
Fold each circle in half once. And then in half again.
Start pinning your folded petals together, overlap the edges slightly.
Here it is all pinned together.
Stitch the petals together at the center. Use a crazy zig zag stitch. It doesn’t have to be perfect – you’re covering it up, after all – just get those petals held together.
Stitch a button into the center.
Attach a scrap of fabric to the back of the flower with hot glue.
Attach the pin back with some hot glue. I like to put another scrap of fabric over that for stability.
Here it is in action! Well what do you think? Where could you use a cute fabric flower pin?