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Book Review: Fabric Blooms by Megan Hunt

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Lark Crafts offered me Megan Hunt’s new book to review last month and I must admit at first I thought I would be too busy so I almost said no, but I’m so glad I didn’t!


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Because Fabric Blooms gave me a solution to Cadie’s perpetually messy hair! A big flower clip, of course.


I can’t bear to cut my baby girl’s long curly locks, but she has such a sensitive head that brushing happens only once a day and she can’t stand ponytails. But I discovered that a fabric flower that is even bolder than the messy hair makes said hair look tame.



I can’t wait to make more big fabric blooms (although she has some lovely small ones too). For that reason the table of contents is my favorite part of this book. When has that ever happened before? But the table of contents has pictures of every single project. How awesome is that?


Look, there’s even more!


But I think I’ll make some of these next. They would look so fabulous on Cadie’s head!


disclosure: Lark Crafts provided this book to me in exchange for a blog review. I have read and tried a pattern from this book and have stated my honest opinion. Thanks!

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42 Comments

  1. Afton Warrick says:

    I’d make a flower for my daughter’s hair. Too bad I don’t know how to get her to leave it be, as she’s one.

  2. I’d make fabric flowers for my daughter. I love embellishing her clothes and making accessories for her. She’s 10 months and outgrows everything so quickly! I’ll also need to have a flower making party for my mom’s group. 🙂

  3. I’d make fabric flowers for my daughter. I love embellishing her clothes and making accessories for her. She’s 10 months and outgrows everything so quickly! I’ll also need to have a flower making party for my mom’s group. 🙂 mfrapp_83 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  4. Cindy Lanahan says:

    I love to decorate with fabric so I would use ideas from the beautiful book to make pillows, table toppers….

  5. I’d make flowers for my granddaughters. Their hair is long and beautiful but they hate having it brushed so this would be perfect for them.

  6. Lindsay Braud says:

    I would make fabric flowers to attach to my daughters clothes, or for decoration. I might even make a garland for her birthday!

  7. Kathy Erickson says:

    One of my favorite things to make is personalized tote bags for little girls and a fabric flower would make an adorable embellishment on these! I am inspired!

  8. Frances Dickson says:

    I’d love to make a flower clip for my shoes

  9. Kathleen Kingsbury says:

    I’d love to make hair clips for my granddaughters. Looks like a lot of options in this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  10. patty vedros says:

    I would love to use some of Megans flower patterns to decorate my christmas stockings.

  11. I would love to add some handmade flowers to my zipper bags and totes 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway – my fingers are crossed 😀

  12. Adorable, I would for sure make hair bows!

  13. Sandra Torres says:

    I make headbands, belts and hair clips I add them to almost all the clothing I create for little girls

  14. Sandra Torres says:

    I make headbands, belts and hair clips I add them to almost all the clothing I create for little girls

  15. rosemarie garone says:

    i would do exactly as you did and make flowers for my granddaughters hair. she always cries when i brush her hair; but she has a nest in back of her head and i cant always get it out. i spray w/conditioner and that seems to help. i would also use it for embellishing my quilts and handbags. thank you for the opportunity to win a beautiful book.

  16. I would totally make a whole bouquet of those flowers for my sewing space and even for my desk at work! They would be really fun as gifts as well! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  17. Lesley Johnston says:

    fabric flowers would be great to bunch for vases. i have numerous vases for sale in a shop in our town so these would be beautiful for display purposes.

  18. I would put a fabric flower on a skirt.

  19. Lori Smanski says:

    what a wonderful book. I have three great nieces that love to wear things in their hair. And some of these would be wonderful in my sewing room and at my desk. My sister is a tom boy but I know I could make some of these to fit her to put on her desk at work or her work table at her home. Thanks for a chance.
    quilting (dash) lady (at) Comcast (dot) net

  20. I would love to make flowers out of fabric to adorn all kinds of things. Best of luck!!!!

  21. carla bynum says:

    Hi!!! Well I have two gran daughters!!!! But I would use them on everything and would love to make my mom a bunch of them!!!!! Thank You

  22. I have two little girls so flowers are always a big hit at our house. I love putting flowers on headbands and clothing for them.

  23. I would use them to give to the residents at the nursing home my aunt is in, as a craft for VBS, to decorate packages, etc.

  24. I love to embellish! These are so pretty! I think I would start with a button down sweater!

  25. I just love fabric flowers! And real ones too!

  26. Sobana Sundar says:

    I have a little one – my grand-niece who loves her hand band. Flowers for her hair of course.

  27. I would make a bunch of them and take them to the old folks at the nursing home. It would be something that would brighten their day and bring a smile to their faces.

  28. doing plans for Relay for Life luncheon fund raiser…. these would make perfect table decorations

  29. Ok Caroline, I know how hard it is to make thant1st choice of cutting hair, but sometimes it is necessary..I am going to tell you a little story….My oldest daughter called one morning, frantic, her baby girl had given herself a haircut. But not just any haircut, a half side buzz cut like her brothers had gotten for the summer to look more like dad…..She found the clippers, and had one side done before she was….found….So I finished the "Buzz" took her to get her ears pierced and she was a happy 5 yr. old. No more…ouchies, tangles, or "stay still, then it will not hurt" So this grandma says, save the unhappy times when she is 15 and wants to "date" the senior she met at the mall…………take her to a cute "kids" salon, where they will make her happy and you sad, just for a little while…. but love the big flower idea..really cute….

  30. HI Caroline,
    This book looks beautiful, like a cookbook, I love "how to" books with great pictures. I would use this book to create bonding time with my 10 and 8 year old girls. I could just see us picking some of these projects and be able to make fun memories with wonderful flowers to show for it! I also could see us picking a few for headbands or pony’s and make them for my girls sports teams out of our school team colors. Oh, the possibilities! Thanks for taking the time to review.

  31. Cindy Dahlgren says:

    My Granddaughter has curly, messy hair like yours. I would make several of these for her. I would also make some to decorate my home, and to use in my altered art projects. Come to think of it, I could use some for my hair too, it’s very messy right now, as I’m kind of growing it out.

  32. fabric flowers
    make for magic powers
    pin one on
    and you’ll be strong
    flowers make you happy

  33. Kelly McKie says:

    These flowers are the BEST! I make cute fabric monsters and dolls for children (and adults) who need a bit of happiness in their life. "Through sickness and health" I say on each one of them, and a flower from this book would be the absolute bright spot on each one of them. A fun, unexpected bit of cheer and happy: a true Flower Power! I’m so excited!

  34. I simply love the idea of fabric flowers! I would love to make a giant bouquet for my daughter to celebrate her high school graduation this May. Thanks for posting the giveaway!

  35. Sheryl Woolfork says:

    I would use the fabric flower In a quilt showing that spring is here . The flowers would be in a garden on quilt design.growing up out of the ground. Or in a vase on table in quilt. The flowers would give 3d effect to the quilt . the sun would be shining. Spring is here.

  36. Sharon Galli says:

    I would use fabric flowers to make a wreath for my door
    spring is here // I hope

  37. Mónica Ferri says:

    Me encantaría hacer estas flores de tela para decorar un tapiz o agregar a algún sweater en forma de pin… Le daría un toque muy especial!. (mi mail es [email protected])

  38. Very Cool
    My grand daughter wears many different head bands with fabric puffs, flowers, bows etc. She just turned one year old. I think she might like some things in the book!

  39. Becky Parzek says:

    I would make a bouquet of flowers for my sister. She was a floral designer for 38 years and has been retired now for about 5 years. She is also going through Chemo. I think hand made flowers would be very special for her. 🙂

  40. Carmen Nuland says:

    I would love to make some blossoms for my little girl to wear

  41. Elizabeth Larson says:

    My only granddaughter is 10 months with red hair and I have started making headbands for her. I would love to add these cute flowers to them.

  42. Stephanie Johnson says:

    Beach bag or bookbag embellishment. I love making the things I carry around with me look pretty.

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