The Fabric Daisy. I’m really not personally the hugest fan of this fabric flower, but it’s trendy right now, and once I figured it out, I thought I might as well throw up a tutorial for it.
Begin by cutting 5 squares from your fabric. Mine were about 2″ square.
Fold in half, and then knotting the end, baste along both edges. Don’t clip or not your thread.
Pull the thread to gather and cinch each petal up. Secure by whip stitching the end. With you’re last petal, don’t clip your thread. It will become your base petal.
String each petal in a row,
and then go back through the base petal to form the daisy flower. Go through a couple of times to make sure it’s all secure.
Add a button or bead in the center, knot it off, clip your threads, and you’re done. Now slap this on a clip for your gal or something.
Here’s one I made from tulle.