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Win a Copy of Indygo Junction’s New Fabric Flowers Book!

I love embellishing everything in site. So when I heard my friend Amy Barickman from Indygo Junction was publishing a book all about fabric flowers – I was so excited. Amy’s  new book —  Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowershas 25 fabulous fabric flower tutorials. Everything from mums, to daffodils, to poppies and more! And there are so many projects you can use these flowers for — embellishing clothing, accessories and even home decor! And the book also includes templates too!

I made Amy’s Magnificent Mum flower, using some leftover fabric in my fabric stash. I love how fluffy and textured it came out!!


I put a felt backing on it with a pin, so I can attach it to pillows or use it as a pin or even attach it on a belt! I was also thinking that it would be fun to make 9 and attach them all to a pillow. I think I will make some bright yellow mums and make a pillow for my couch!

I am so inspired to make some more flowers! Are you feeling inspired?? Would you like to win a copy of Amy’s book, plus some awesome supplies from Clover?


To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post, telling me what kind of project you would like to create with these fabric flowers.

I can’t wait to hear all of YOUR ideas!!


A winner will be anounced on this blog post on February 18th.

You can also have 25 more chances to win! Check the entire blog tour schedule below to get in on winning! Each of these blogs are giving away a book and supplies. So fun!!

2/2/13 – Indygo Junction Kick Off Post
2/4/13 – Kollabora
2/5/13 – CraftFoxes 
2/6/13 – Sewing Secrets 
2/7/13 – Princess Lasertron 
2/8/13 – Dollar Store Crafts 
2/11/13 – Tatertots & Jello 
2/12/13 – Family Ever After 
2/13/13 – This Mama Makes Stuff 
2/14/13 – Amy’s Creative Side 
2/15/13 – Today’s Creative Blog 
2/18/13 – Lazy Girl Designs
2/19/13 – Skip to My Lou
2/20/13 – The Sewing Loft
2/21/13 – The Crafty Cupboard
2/22/13 – Fishsticks Designs
2/25/13 – Taradara
2/26/13 – Diary of a Quilter
2/27/13 – Craft Gossip
2/28/13 – How Joyful
3/1/13 – Lindsay Sews
3/4/13 – Flamingo Toes
3/5/13 – In Color Order
3/6/13 – See Kate Sew
3/7/13 – Handmade Charlotte
3/8/13 – Sew Caroline
3/9/13 – Indygo Junction Wrap Up Post, Bonus Giveaway & Free Project

 Have a Creative Day!! 



  1. BRENDA SUTTON says:

    These are all beautiful. I would put a flower on EVERYTHING.

  2. I love the mum you made! It looks awesome on the white pillow. I like to create flowers and add them to hair bows for my little gal.

  3. Katie Cohagen says:

    I would make flowers to embellish my plain cardigans for work that coordinate with the shirts I wear with them! So cute!

  4. I love to add flowers to handbags for extra pizzazz.

  5. Cathy Ledbetter says:

    Love all the flowers!

  6. Very nice flower! Thanks for participating!

  7. Ashley Lucas says:

    wow what wouldn’t I make, I have a girl now after 2 boys so I can make some cute headbands and clothes for her to start

  8. mary fanara coleman says:

    Definitely would use for something like a headband or for a purse I am working on.

  9. I have lots of nieces and great nieces who would love to have some of these flowers for their shirts, pants, purses, hats and anything else they can think up and I would love to make them all for them. I love them so. T hanks

  10. Love it, anything to use up supplies we already have.

  11. I like your idea of putting nine of these flowers on a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway.

  12. Connie Boyd says:

    I am redecorating my bedroom and would love to add some pops of color on some pillows… and maybe some frames? we shall see!

  13. I’d like to make some headbands and clips for hair and some brooches. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  14. I really like your pillow idea. I’d also like to make some coursages for the Mother’s Day tea party.

  15. I would love to make a headband and some pillows. Mabe something for my handbag too!

  16. I’d pick one of each design for a shadow box display.

  17. I love fabric flowers but have been challenged in making them ( probably the only one) I could really use a “textbook” on making them – want to embelish some t shirts for my daughters, make pins, ETC

  18. I would love to win this book! All of the flowers look incredible!

  19. I’d love to make a flower for a clutch bag.

  20. Definitely make a flower for my grand daughter to dress up one of her dresses!

  21. I would put them on pillows to decorate my couch and bed

  22. I would love to make a color-appropriate bouquet for each season/holiday, for my son’s teacher. Of course, I would have to have one too!

  23. With this broken arm, I think it would be great to have this book when this cast if off to make beautiful flowers.


  24. Lana wells says:

    My granddaughters would love some flowers on their headbands!

  25. Jen,

  26. Love the braclets i’ve seen lately….that would be my pick :)

  27. My daughter and I recently made some burlap-covered wreaths with simple felt flowers — these fabric flower ideas were certainly step things up a notch!

  28. Melody Wright says:

    I would love to learn to make flowers for my grand daughters to put in their hair, on shirts or on pillows. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  29. Headbands for my granddaughters and pillows.

  30. I’d love to put some on bags and wall art!

  31. Pillows, pillow and more pillows!

  32. I would like to make big ones and small ones. Poofy first to add to hats and crochet head wraps.

  33. Ohhhh, I see lots of pillows, decorative pins for all occasions and hairbows! This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks so much!

  34. Wow, what a great give away! I love fabric flowers on burlap wreaths… I make one (or more) for each season. A book like this would really take my designs to the next level. Thanks!

  35. I’d love to win this book! So many options…pillows, headbands, pins, the list goes on. I think I’d start with a pillow for my daughter’s bed that I just redid in a colorful floral pattern. Thanks for the opportunity

  36. I would love to learn to make more kinds of flowers. Thanks for the chance to win. I will make hair clips and embellish my purses I make.

  37. Lisa Rinvelt says:

    Would love to learn to make all those flowers for pillows!!! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome book!
    Lisa R.

  38. Mary Vernau says:

    What a great book! I would make jewelry first, then the pillows.

  39. Looks like a terrific book! I would love to make some hair accessories with fabric flowers and perhap a brooch/pin for my jackets.

  40. Nicole Paynter says:

    I would love to use this book to make a TON of flowers for embellishing my daughters curtains in their bedroom. I’d also love to make some for myself to wear on headbands!

  41. with my daughter in an irish krewe, i need to make a lot of fabric flowers to match her outfits for different occasions- this book could be just what I need!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  42. Teresa Dougan says:

    I love to make headbands and pins, so this book would be a great help.

  43. I would love to make a banner with all the flower patterns.

  44. I love the pillows with the flowers on them. I could really see me making them to go on my daughters bed.

  45. This book looks like one that could help dress up many things I have- bags, sashes, a cardi, even picture frames!

  46. I’d put it on a bag or tote. So cute!

  47. I would like to flower my living room, ’cause when I look out of the window, everything is grey and white. I’m missing spring with all it’s flowers, so my plan is, to let the fabricflowers grow on my wall, behind my working place and everywhere else.

  48. Everything. but for starters I would love to make a few wildflower bouquets to give to family. This book would be extremely helpful; I find it a little more difficult to follow a tutorial online (probably because I get distracted).

  49. I love making fabric flowers to embellish bags, pillows, add to a jumper for my grand daughters. :)

  50. i so would love to win this book , fabric flowers are my passion for hair , decor and gifting

  51. I would make hair accessories… piles and piles of them!

  52. I would create some flowers with recycled cashmere sweaters! Thanks for the chance to win.

  53. I’d love to make a bag with these as decorations.

  54. I want to make a fabric flowers hairband for my niece :)

  55. i’d love to make a brooch for my white coat

  56. I love mums! A big lilac mum to remind me of my bridesmaids’ bouquets is definitely in order! Lovely mums!

  57. I would love to make pins as well that I can wear or attach to whatever I want!:)

  58. Melanee Van Ee-Mortensen says:

    I would enjoy making an over a chair blanket with these on it to soften up the front room!

  59. Debra Bopp says:

    They would look so nice on a headband or even a doggie collar!

  60. I love making fabric flowers, I use them for hair accessories fro my daughter and her girlfriends

  61. Would love a win a copy of the flower book

  62. Sandra Gest says:

    I LOVE this book! Thanks for a chance to win it. I just learned to make ribbon flowers and would love to try everything in the book. I put flowers on jackets, blouses, pillows and on some wall hangings I made. Thank you, Sandra

  63. I’d love to find one to make a headband for the girls; thanks!

  64. I would love to make some cute pillows.

  65. I would like to make the magnificent mum pillow! It would look perfect on my bed!

  66. That book looks so interesting!

  67. Carla glass says:

    Dear Jen …Omg …. I’d Love to see your take on an indoor flower garden 😀 I’m picturing your wonderful creations on a fabulous floor rug! A beautiful fabric garden in your lounge an everlasting spring !!!
    The end :)

  68. Headbands for my daughters!!

  69. I would try to decorate one of my little princes’s dress or maybe a hairband!

  70. I’m addicted to the flower pins!!! love them I would make a huge pink mum!! i could make them all. ONe for every day of the month. including weekends!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  71. Would love to make some cute brooches/pins! =)

  72. I would make myself a pin

  73. I love the rolled sweater roses!

  74. Danielle Michael says:

    pillows, kids hair bows, wreaths, and so much more!

  75. Would love to win this book and make flowers to embellish my bedroom pillows

  76. All summer long I wear big-brimmed straw hats when outdoors. My hats need flowers. Perhaps a relatively light weight fringe flower.

  77. I’d like to make fabric flowers for card embellishment, hair clip, brooch, decorate my girls’ clothes, and more and more! 😀

  78. so pretty and the book looks terrific

  79. SOOOOO many wonderful juicy flower embellishments I could make! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  80. Would love to win the book!!! I would like to make some hair pieces & maybe a wrist corsage for my son to give his girlfriend at prom :)

  81. Debbie Leschisin says:

    Would love to win! Looks like a great idea book. My idea would be some great pillows for my granddaughter’s new big girl room!

  82. I want to embellish some pretty throw pillows.

  83. I’d make a pretty flower to dress up my winter coats. I have several that are jewel colors, all solid and screaming for a pattern or print. Thanks!

  84. Make flowers for my Granddaughter and myself to share!

  85. I would make my own flower decorations for my mother-in-law’s surprise 60th!

  86. Would love to make a brooch

  87. beulahfern says:

    I would like to embellish wool hats that I make with fabric flowers. I hope I win.

  88. Linda Smith says:

    I love them on totes.

  89. These beautiful fowers makes you think spring here is.

  90. Love to make some pins and hair accessories for the granddaughters.

  91. My project would be flower headbands for all my nieces!

  92. Hi. I have recently moved into a new apartment and am redoing the wall decorations. I can think of many ways of adding fabric flowers to brighten things up. Such as adding them to picture frames or just doing clusters of blossoms by themselves.

  93. Jessica Lapp-Singh says:

    I want to make some onsies and hairbands for my baby girl!

  94. Madge Mitchell says:

    I would make flowers to embellish my crocheted hats

  95. I think I would be having so much fun making these flowers that I would probably be adding them to EVERYTHING! My brain is already turning with ideas…

  96. Heather M. says:

    I would make hair accessories for my daughter.

  97. I like the idea of adding some of these to pillows.

  98. Melody Wright says:

    I would love to make some pillows for my daughters and maybe one for me too. Thanks for the giveaway!

  99. I have several friends getting married soon. I bet those would make some awesome bouquets!

  100. Pillows. I had never thought of pillows and I like making seasonal covers for mine

  101. Lorie Philipps says:

    With 4 girls, I would definitely use the book to make headbands.

  102. Flowers just bright up anything- space, clothing, events. I just can’t wait!

  103. I’d make some flowers to decorate throw pillows!

  104. Amy Osborne says:

    I would make hair accessories for my new baby girl!

  105. What a fun book! Would love to expand my flower-making capabilities!

  106. The necklace and choker are a definite must try.

  107. I think it would make an awesome Rag Quilt wall hanging to put some of these flowers on it randomly! They are fun and cute! :)

  108. I would love to make a bunch of different, colorful flowers and use them to make a fun spring wreath for my front door!

  109. I would make flower pins or flower head adornments. Flowers are so much fun.

  110. Pam Klenke says:

    Great decorating ideas and great way to use fabric.

  111. Flower pins!

    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

  112. Ellen Wiedman says:

    I might make a bed jacket into a day jacket and put some small flowers along the back hem.

  113. I really enjoy making hair flowers and hairbands for my daughter and her friends.

  114. I love the flower pins.

  115. I would love to embellish some pillows with these great flowers. Your pillow is so cute!

  116. I’d love to make some flowers to make some new accessories for me. I’m trying to add to my accessorizing fashion options (currently almost non-existent); I think I’d be more likely to actually wear accessories if I spent time making them.

  117. What a fun book! I would love this to help me with decorating my home. It’s my first time really decorating and could use fun embellishments like these. Thanks!

  118. Lisa Christiansen says:

    I would love to make some of these flowers for the new accent pillows I made for my couch. I am a beginner sewer/crafter so could use some help from this great book!

  119. Love the pillows! That would be so fun!

  120. I love making things for my daughter’s hair and your ideas for flowers are just gorgeous!

  121. Aimee Jongejan says:

    I’ve been wanting to embellish my curtain tie backs with some fabric flowers. That would be project one of about 342 that I want to make.

  122. I think a pillow with red chrysanthemums in a heart shape would be snazzy!

  123. I love all of these creative ideas! I think I like the hair bands and pins.

  124. A girl can SERIOUSLY never have enough flowers in her life.. This looks like a great book and I would Love to make some flowers for pillows :) Thanks, Jen for hosting a Fabulous giveaway!

  125. The flowers look just amazing. I would probably make some to add to bags, also small ones would look lovely on fabric heart decorations.

  126. I would love to make a flower to add to a pretty cardigan sweater! How fabulous!

  127. I like fabric flowers esp for bags. I seem to be hauling a tote where ever I go, and they are fun to embellish! Also, making flowers into pins for sweaters and jackets. Esp in this dreary winter weather – adds color + fun to winter outerwear

  128. How fun, I’d love to win. I need a new craft to keep me busy.

  129. Id make some gorgeous hair pretties for my daughter who is 18 months old and will need a lifetime of hair pretties! Plus I plan to start sewing this summer so i need some embellishments for the cute things I make!

  130. I would love to make the pillows but what I am really excited for is to use various flowers in an upcoming wedding. Using them on each place setting as an embellishment that the guest can take home as well as a smaller version on the favor boxes. I can’t wait to make these!

  131. There could be endless possibilities but I think a flower on a craft project like a picture frame, wrapped package or wreath would be a good start.

  132. What a beautiful book. Would like to add to my collection

  133. I would embellish shoes, headbands, and pillows!!

  134. shayla spicer says:

    I would use it to make headbands for my new niece who will be born in a few weeks!!

  135. I would use her unique fabric flowers on lampshades, and I’d also pin favorites on my fave French Blue dressmaker’s dummy to add elan to my office!

  136. I would love to make some head ands with cute fabric flowers!

  137. Lately I’ve been into restyling clothing from my closet. These fabric flowers would be perfect for clothing I think! :)

  138. I would love to learn to make any type of flower to update all my old cadigans and boring pillows…

  139. Brittany Dalton says:

    Oh so many possibilities… headbands… pillows… pins.. just to name a few.

  140. I would love to make some hair accessories!! Looks like a great book!

  141. I’d love to make some to embellish some baby onesies. It’d be nice to make some to add on some curtains for the baby nursery. It’s all about baby for me.

  142. Tonya anderson says:

    I would love to make some flower bouquet for the house for spring and summer. It would be great gifts to give to people too.

  143. Hair clips, pillows, and some for wrapping gifts.

  144. I’d embellish a dress for my daughter.

  145. With two little girls hair clips and bands for sure, and dresses and shirts, how cute!

  146. Shannon Lee says:

    Throw pillows, hair pins, cards, apron accessories…the ideas could keep coming!

  147. I’d like to make a flower garland to decorate the mantle.

  148. I plan to use these flowers to make fun lapel pins and redo some throw pillows in my living room.

  149. I have 2 linen lampshades begging to be embellished! And a small bouquet of those bias blooms would be so sweet for the flower girl in my son’s upcoming wedding!

  150. debbie Perry says:

    I have a 6 month old grand daughter and I would like to make a pillow, headbands and maybe other things after looking at the book.

  151. I’m thinking about redoing my daughters room and I could make beautiful throw pillows galore with these wonderful flowers!

  152. I LOVE the blooms on the pillows….. I think that is what I would start with :)

  153. Kimberly Smick says:

    I would love to make some flower headbands for my daughter and some for pillows!

  154. ashley chappell says:

    Headbands! love it

  155. Cute! I would love to make some flowers as a brooch or for purses!

  156. to decorate a bag or purse

  157. I would love to leaen to make more flower pins to wear amd put on the purese i make.

  158. Hair clips and headbands for my girls and dressing up some of their plain tshirts! Love this!

  159. Emily Allen says:

    I just had a baby girl in December so of course I would make all sorts of fun stuff for her!

  160. Terri Burson says:

    I’m an avid scrapbooker and would love to learn how to make fabric flowers. I’m also a pin fanatic. I inherited my grandmothers pins. Would love to make flower pins too.

  161. Hair clippies for my daughter! Soooo many hair clippies!

  162. Erin leckliter says:

    Flowers for sweaters and jackets I’m remodeling!!

  163. I love to sew! Right now, I’m on a purse/tote making kick! So, I would be making flowers to adorn my totes and purses. I think I may attach a couple to the ends of a scarf too! That would be cute!

  164. I love that book! I saw it at Hobby Lobby and it is now on my amazon wish list! I’d make some headbands and pillows for sure. So many possibilities!!! :)

  165. Love it! I have done one of her wool flowers years ago (needlefelted) and am inspired to make more to use in differnt ways!

  166. I want to make hundreds of these flowers and put them all over the house! These flowers would had some serious POP to my white/black/grey Ikea curtains. These could be put of the printed flowers…Hmm….I think Im headed to my scrap hoard!

  167. Oooh such a pretty variety of flowers!

  168. JenniLynn Hanitsch says:

    I’m working on a burlap and fabric flower bridal bouquet!

  169. I have a tote bag I’d like to redo with some fabric flowers.

  170. I love the Magnificent Mum and the Sweater RolledRoses. This looks like a great book!

  171. I’d embellish everything! Especially bags and clothes!

  172. I would like to make some flowers to attach to curtain tassels, placed where it is wound horizontally. They would be made color coordinated for the draperies and the room in which they would be hung. Style is also a factor in choice of design. I think a decorator detail like this would add much to a rooms overall design.

  173. I have two daughters so flowers are well appreciated here. We would make hair accessories and embellish clothing.

  174. I would love to add them to a bag. I also think it would be cool to do a bunch/group of them in the corner of a duvet.

  175. Wire them to pussy willow branches..:)

  176. I would knit or crochet a 1920s/1930’s style cloche hat and add a fabric flower pin to it.

  177. I want to make some pony tail holders and fancy hair clips and put some on bags

  178. I think I’d use some of them on a new spring wreath- need something bright and cheery!

  179. I’d just start with a wreath using some fabulous flowers!

  180. Cindy Hampton says:

    Would love to make a pillow with these flowers.!!

  181. Patti Feustel says:

    I am loving these flowers. I just want to make them all!!

  182. Diann Smith says:

    I would love to make hair accessories for my daughter decorated with fun fabric flowers.

  183. Having a our first child this summer (It’s a girl! :) ) and I’d love to make some nursery art with fabric flowers! Also, some cute headbands and some to decorate some boring onesies. So many ideas for these! Thanks for hosting! :)

  184. Pillows, Bows for my little girls hair. shirts.. you name it i’ll do it.

  185. Stephanie P. says:

    I would make some headbands/clips for my daughter and a pin for myself…however the ideas are endless!

  186. love the flower pillow!

  187. I would make something fun with my daughter.

  188. I would use flowers on a spring wreath

  189. sally rice says:

    I could use new ideas for my felted wool projects. Seeing new ideas always seem to spark my creative juices.

  190. Headbands and purses for my granddaughters!!

  191. I love flowers on pillows. I want to make a whole mess of flowery pillows to put around my place!

  192. Erin Ralovo says:

    I would love to make flower headbands to give as little girl baby gifts!

  193. I like using fabric flowers on lampshades & pillows. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  194. Brandi waldroup says:

    Wreath, pillow accent, headband? So many possibilities. I would love to have this book! Happy Crafting!

  195. I would make a cute wreath for Spring with some of these flowers!

  196. I would love to make that little flower choker necklace for my new daughter-in-law!
    Thanks so much!

  197. I’d love to pin some onto a pillow!

  198. I would love to make some hair accessories!

  199. Jane Burbank says:

    I would like to create some new pillows–the flowers would make them extra springy!

  200. Christine Merritt says:

    I would love to make some fabric flowers for teacher appreciation day! The mum flower would be great in school colors.

  201. I would like to make a spring wreath. Love your blog and thanks for this opportunity.

  202. Thanks for the opportunity, I am looking for just the right fabric flower to appliqué on a duvet cover for my daughters room redo. Love the mum flower!

  203. I love making fabric flowers, and would love even more ideas :-)

  204. Hi Jen, I love cloth accesssories and there are number of ideas in the book, tjanks.

  205. I love the flower bouquet. How ace, flowers that last forever! Susan

  206. Hi Jen,

    I’ve been following this blog tour from the beginning; each flower featured looks more fantastic than the previous ones! I’m not entirely sure what I’d do with them, but, the more flowers I see from Amy’s book, the more I want to make flowers… and more flowers and more flowers.

    I’m into toy making right now, so I’d undoubtedly attempt to make smaller versions of some flowers to decorate my toys.

  207. I’d love to make huge pins that I could use on bags, pillows or even clothing depending on what I decide in the morning.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    • these flowers are incredible! with a pin on the back i can add them to my headbands sweaters vintage decor


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