1" strips of fabric (you can use any width or type of fabric. Thicker fabric like the denim used can be more difficult to roll)
Fabric Glue if putting on a washable item. If not a glue gun will work.
Old tee shirt, headband or pin
Needle and thread
1. Start with a 1" ripped strip of fabric. The long the fabric the larger the flower so I varied my sizes.
2. Fold the strip in half and dot a little fabric glue on the end 1/2".
3. Roll the glued end a few times to get a nice tight center.
4. When you have a center you like, start to twist your fabric AWAY from the center as you roll. This step took me a couple of times but once you do the first 2-3 twists the fabric will work with you.
5. Every couple of layers secure with fabric glue. Doing this will help the layers not fall apart as you keep twisting.
6. Continue rolling the fabric until you have a flower the size you like and leave at least a 1"- 2" tail for covering the bottom of the flower.
7. Spread glue on the bottom side of the flower.
8. Fold excess fabric over the glue and press down to secure.
9. If you don't want to have frays, trim them. I liked the look of the fraying denim so I kept some of the strings.
10. After the glue on the flowers is dried, figure out the placement for them.
11. Fabric glue the flowers to the shirt.
12. Add a few stitches to ensure the flowers don't fall off in the laundry. This step doesn't need to be done if you are attaching them to accessories.
13. Enjoy your 'new' shirts.