Fun Project Ideas with Floral Fabric

Beautiful floral fabrics never go out of style, and there are so many fun ways you can incorporate them into your own sewing projects. We have a number of lovely floral fabric offerings available in our online store – from the vintage-inspired “Stiles Collection” from Liberty Lifestyle of Liberty Art Fabrics to the cute “Wildflower Meadow” line by Melly & Me at Riley Blake Fabrics. Below, check out a few fun floral project ideas:

Rebecca+Glenda

This cotton “Glenda” fabric is brand new to our store, and can be used in a plethora of fun designs. Wouldn’t Sis Boom’s “Rebecca” shift dress – available in sizes XS (0-2) through 3X (24W-26W) – be lovely in this print?

SummerSeparates+GirlCrazy

The fun “Girl Crazy” cotton fabric collection from Designs by Dani at Riley Blake Designs pair perfectly with the “Summer Separates” pattern (sizes 3-12) from the Sew Beautiful Pattern Collection. The pattern features three bodice styles offering options for a dress, top, or tunic along with elastic waist cropped pants that can be worn open legged, cinched or cut to make shorts. The dress version of the pattern would look oh-so-cute made with the “Girl Crazy Floral Blue Cotton Fabric” and “Girl Crazy Dots Pink Cotton Fabric.”

SummerSeparates+GirlCrazy2

Here’s another adorable girl’s outfit you can make combining the “Girl Crazy” prints and the “Summer Separates” pattern featured above. This is the top version of the pattern with the elastic waist cropped pants. The “Girl Crazy Main Pink Cotton Fabric,” “Girl Crazy Dots Pink Cotton Fabric” and “Girl Crazy Floral Pink Cotton Fabric” would give this pattern (sizes 3-12) a perfectly pretty-in-pink boutique look.

Bubble+Liberty

The beautiful pink floral cotton print from the Stiles Collection from Liberty Lifestyle of Liberty Art Fabrics could be used for everything from clothing to accessories to home decor – and it would look particularly sweet with Sis Boom’s Carly Bubble Romper. This downloadable pattern fits sizes preemie to 24 months.

Happy Sewing,
Natalie