Saturday, October 8, 2011

Felt Flowers (Sunflowers)

These were so fun and easy to make. I admit they took a little time, but not too bad. So if you want to make one of your own keep reading!

Start by cutting a circle for the center (about 2 inches). Next cut your felt squares, about 18 of the large and 12 of the small.

Cut you squares into petal shapes. (This picture is obviously from another tutorial, but I forgot to take a picture of the petal shapes before i sewed them on the sunflower, but you cut them the same).

Now fold the sides of each petal in and sew into place with a couple of stitches.
Continue all the way around making sure they're really close together, even overlapping a tiny bit. Don't worry if you don't use all the petals- no one's counting.

Cut two circles of brown felt. One about 2 inches and one a little smaller. Clip the edges all the way around.

Layer the smaller cirle on top of the larger and set in the middle of the flower. Stitch around in a circle in the center. As you pull your stitches tight the edges of your brown cirles will pop up.

Sew some beads in the center and you're done!

Now make a couple more in varying shades and sizes.

If you missed our MUM tutorial, go check it out too!


  1. It's nice to see that you sewed them. Other tutorials have you glue them, but that always went against my common sense. :)

  2. Thanks for the tutorial, these look really pretty :)

  3. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday!! You were featured today!
    -Mandy, Sugar Bee Crafts

  4. These are beautiful! I love felt flowers and I love the sunflower look. I would love it if you would stop by and share at the crafty link party going on right now at Lines Across.
    I hope to see you soon,

  5. Love you felt flowers. I will be making some of these. Thanks for the tute.

  6. Hello Emily! My sister is a 'felter' and she will love this tutorial ... well, I do too cause I think I have just the right colors on hand to make some myself - sunflowers or daisies - my favorite! Love your site and am glad I saw you over at Abundantly Thankful! love to have you over for a visit @

  7. Thank you for taking the time to share another FREE project!


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