Simple and sweet can easily describe these cute flowers that you can use to decorate pretty much anything! One of my favorite ways to make fabric flowers are by rolling them.
Start off with a long strip of Fabric ( length depends on how big you want the flower) and fold that strip in half wrong sides together. **Folding it in half helps the wrong side stay hidden as you roll the fabric. Some material like primitive or country you may want the wrong side to show a little bit for the look of it so you wouldn't have to worry about folding it in half.**
ITie a knot at one of the ends of the fabric-this helps free a hand when you begin to roll it
Tape the end to the table. This prevents the fabric from shifting as you are twisting it....which takes us to our next step :)
Once you twist the strip fold it in half again and it will actually start to twist around itself. You will see what I mean when you do it.
Start to roll the fabric onto itself to form a circle. (Hot glue is the best form of glue---fabric glue would take too long to dry and you flower would start to unravel)
Make sure you keep twisting the strip as you hot glue it down. Keep going until you have nothing left!