So, I love fabric flowers because you can make them from any scraps, they are easy, and they are fun to coordinate with any outfits. I was bored a few days ago, and feeling crafty. I decided to make myself a little necklace/choker deal!
First step: Choose your fabric, and cut a two inch wide strip. I made my strip about a yard long, but you can definitely make it as long or short as you'd like...just make sure you can tie it around your neck!!
Step Two: Cut three inch squares from the fabric. I cut more than enough, but used only four.
Step Three: Sew your strip of fabric together, right sides together. Also sew across one end, so you can easily turn it right-side out. After you turn it out, it will look like this:
Cut the squares into circle shapes.
Slit the sides of the circle to make petals, just like I have shown you before:
Step Six: Stack and stagger the circles, and sew them together.
Step Seven: Fold in half and stitch again to give some dimension.
Step Eight: Make sure your petals are shaped, and sew the flower to the "ribbon" you made.
Step Nine: Add a button center, and tie it on. Voila! Would be great to make for bridesmaids out of leftover hem fabric! Would also make a neat wristlet.