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Easy Felt Flower Garland

By: Laura Walters from meandmyinklings.com
Updated March 16, 2021

"I love this easy felt flower garland project for so many reasons. First of all, it is super cute. Second…it used felt scraps and I have so many of them in all the sizes and colors. It is easy peasy to make and can be done with a sewing machine, hand sewn or glued. This makes it a project that would work great with kiddos too. Once complete, it is adorable home decor or fabulous for a party too."

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts

Easy

Materials List

  • Felt (Assorted Colors)
  • Fabric Scissors
  • Sewing Supplies OR Glue
  • Buttons
  • Ribbon
  • Free Printable Flower Pattern

Instructions

  1. Start with the pattern. There is a free one to download that works great. Additionally, you can doodle some flower patterns onto paper then cut them out.

  2. Next, use the patterns to trace onto your felt and then cut the pieces out. If you trace, it can be hard to cut around the pen marks. I usually pin my pattern to the felt and cut it with that method. It is a little bit trickier but definitely my preference.

  3. Decide how you want to assemble the flowers and stack the pieces accordingly.

  4. Next, it is assembly time. Sew (or glue) the pieces together.

  5. Add the flower pieces to a long strand of ribbon. This could be any size. If additional colors of green are desired, add some petals and leaves to your garland.

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