No Sew Lucky Scraps Flower


No Sew Lucky Scraps Flower


No Sew Lucky Scraps Flower
No Sew Lucky Scraps Flower

Don't miss out on the fun of fabric flower craft projects just because you don't know how to sew! With this No Sew Lucky Scraps Flower tutorial, you'll learn how to make a cute accessory for St. Patrick's Day, minus the needle and thread. Turn your green creation into a fabric flower hair clip or a fabric flower brooch and ensure that you don't get pinched on St. Paddy's Day! This St. Patrick's Day craft idea is super easy to make, which means it's a great pick if you need a last-minute accessory to feel festive on this lucky holiday.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts


HolidaySt. Patrick's Day

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Since I do sew, I would probably stitch this together, but if you don't sew, then the glue gun can be your best friend! Just be careful not to burn your fingers! I am wondering if a strong bonding glue would also work with this method, though it might be tricky to hold the fabric in place and the glue to squeeze it in place. Those little fabric clips might come in handy to help hold the spiral in place as you go! So pretty and clever!

This is the first fabric flower tutorial I have seen using a continuous spiral!!! I am not too glue gun savvy, so will try to stitch instead of "bond" ! I have so many fabric remnants that will make gorgeous flowers!! And the burlap is perfect for a bag or bouquet!!


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