Felicity Fabric Flower Pattern-Free Download

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I’ve been making these fabric flowers for a couple of weeks now and named the little pattern after my sweet little red-head. I first made this pattern for Siri’s ruffle dress that I’ve been working on (pinwheel and pearls in the center), but I also like it with the big button on this shirt featuring Love Nest™ and this cute headband featuring Coquette™. It’s pretty easy to make and super versatile!

The headband uses both the little and large petal patterns and the flower on the shirt just uses the large pattern. I can see a whole string of teeny-tiny flowers hanging like flags in my office. I’ll have to get to work on that!

Think shirts, headbands, clips, and belts. This little flower would be cute on all of those! Okay, enough gabbing! Here’s the easy-peasy instructions for you. Download by clicking on the image below!

Happy sewing!

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33 Comments

  1. Dustin

    Love, Love, Love this pattern! It looks so quick and simple! I’ll be sure to show you my results. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Arianne

    Thank you so much for sharing. Can’t wait to make some!

  3. Lilach Oren

    Love it!! and its looks so easy to make!
    Thank you so much for sharing

  4. Kathy Martin

    I’m not a super great sewer, but I just may be able to handle something like this! :) What a darling flower! Thank you for providing the instructions! :)

  5. Leslie Stratton

    So cute! I love it. Now I just need to find my sewing machine owner’s manual so I can figure out how to do a gather stitch.

  6. Shar

    Fantastic! Thanks so much for this pattern. Your little girl is absolutely
    darling :)

  7. Elisa

    Very nice. I will definitely try this :) Thanks so much for the pattern.

  8. creativejewishmom/Sara

    thanks so much! I’m linking to this on my crafty international blog party in order to share this great resource with my readers. I’d love to see you there too! All the best!

  9. Kathryn

    Thanks for taking the time to make and share this pattern. These flowers are sweet.

  10. Sarah

    Love this pattern! I think I’m going to be pumping out a few dozen for my girls and nieces asap.

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  12. ebru

    Congratulations

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  14. Kristi

    Thanks! This looks like a fun, easy project!

  15. Marilyn Warner

    I have searched the net for what seems like hours before I came upon your great pattern. I am going to use creme silk or satin, not sew the edges and add a small amout of silver giltter to the edges. The center will be crystal beads. They will look great as holiday poinsettias!

    Thank so very much!!!!

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  17. Betty Keim

    Dear Carina. Thank you for the beautiful fabric flower pattern. In May, I am giving a talk and demonstration about Fabric Flowers to a sewing guild I belong to. I am looking for History about the making for fabric flowers, like when in early times, when did the ladies discover the uses for scraps of fabric for making flowers. Any other information on the subject you might have or can direct me to would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
    Betty

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  19. gypsyquilter

    I love this pattern!!!! Thank you very much!! I’ve made a bunch for my friends little girl!! They came out beautiful using Batiks!!

  20. Vicki

    i love this pattern ♥

  21. Rebecca

    Thank you for sharing this, can’t wait to have a go.

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  25. blue

    thank you so much… really pretty…

  26. wiwiek

    beautiful flower with pretty girl…i wish i have one…thank you for sharing..

  27. Marion Bignell

    thanks so much for this….i’m looking forward to trying these in plastic…I make everything in my little shop from used plastic carriers and wrappings and/or vintage fabrics….I make vases and need flowers for them!

    Marion AKA Libby

  28. Vivika

    What a great idea. Will being trying this one.

  29. rosalee salsbery

    tryed to get a copy of the flower but wouldn’t let me copy and said it was
    free so don’t know just got a copy of lots of comments but no pattern

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  32. Du fil et mon ...

    Thank you from France. I’m going do to that….

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