DIY Fabric or Tulle Flowers


I used tissue paper in the example below because it photographs better than tulle. You can apply these fabric or tulle flowers to any project. 

  • Baby Headbands
  • Necklaces
  • Flip Flops
  • Hats
  • Scarves
  • Clips
  • Handbags
  • Apparel
  • Picture frames
  • Holiday decor
Please post a comment or email me with questions. 

For this look, I braided knee high stockings, connected both ends with a stitch and stitched on the tulle flower. It costs less than $2 to make. 

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  1. Anonymous8:09 PM

    This is very pretty!

  2. Anonymous12:39 AM

    Thanks so much for this easy to follow tutorial - the only thing missing was how many squares you used. I did a rough count and thought it looked like 15 which turned out perfect. My tulle flowers look beautiful thanks to this. :)

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