Tulip, PDF Pattern

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The Garden Tulip, a spring-blooming flower, is best recognized for it's large, symmetrical, bright and showy blooms, usually in warm colours. Thought to be first culivated in Persia in the 10th century, tulip bulbs were brought to central Europe in the late 1500s, at which point "tulip mania" took over. By the 17th century, it is said that full properties were being traded for a single tulip bulb! Talk about pressure to keep that flower alive! The good news is, with your felt tulips, you'll never have to stress about their upkeep, or trade your farm for a bulb. 

This beginner tutorial is a fantastic way to get your feet wet in the world of felt florals. With clear, step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and a printable template, you'll be able to create a beautiful tulip bloom for an ultra-realistic look that'll knock the socks off any recipient. This downloadable file is jam-packed full of pictures and tips for every step of the way, ensuring any level of crafter can complete it.

We recommend following along on your computer or tablet -and printing only the pattern page.

Use the add-on kit menu above to buy all the supplies you need to make your tulip!  You will also need a hair straightener, or clothing iron.

You may also choose your own favorite Benzie felt colors to replace the White and Oats! Colors shown in the photos are Butter, Canteloupe, and Rose.

About the Designer

Hello! I'm Gina, the founder and owner of Bear & Barbaloot. By day I'm a pediatric nurse at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. I am also a wife to the best husband in the world, and the two cutest, most rambunctious little boys around (although I might be a teeny bit biased). In the rest of my "spare time" I lovingly work at making felt florals. I hope you enjoy my work as much as I adore making it!  

Customer Reviews

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I’m very pleased with this felt tulip pattern purchase. The instructions were quite extensive and clear. I made a bouquet of six tulips as a gift and wanted them to look delicate and real and not too too crafty. They turned out exactly as I had hoped. Would recommend to anyone.