How To Make a Flower Beanie by Kristina

Wednesday, January 18, 2012


This will work best if the fabric is silk. I only used 6 circles for this flower because the smallest circle ended up being covered completely by the beads so I left it out. Make your largest circle as big as you want the finished flower to be. My flower is three inches wide.


A little trick about buying beads:  Go to Claire's or Icing and buy a beaded bracelet or earrings off the clearance wall in the colors you need. Much, much cheaper than buying a big pack of way more beads than you need from a craft store.


If you prefer the flower to be permanently attached, then skip the pin and sew the flower directly to the hat. I'm all about options, so I prefer to keep the flower detachable in case I want to use it later as a lapel pin, hair accessory, or attached to a ribbon belt.

5 comments :

  1. Great tutorial! I've been looking for a flower for a hat I'm knitting and now I can try and make one instead of buying one!

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  2. So cute!! I just love how it turned out. The edges are gorgeous! x

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  3. Such a cute tutorial! I love how easy it si

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  4. This is super cute DIY!!! i'll try this this weekend!!

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