This 21 page e-book shows how to make Roses, Rosebuds, Lilies, Magnolias, Tulips, Leaves & Branches, and the Vase as shown. It includes about 70 clear photos and diagrams. All of the pattern pieces are on one page so that's the only one you have to print!
Fabric flowers are a great carry-along project to use up pretty scraps of broadcloth or those gorgeous fat quarters you couldn't pass up.
Because all of the parts are explained separately it's easy to just make what you want, so you could use this pattern to make a bouquet of tulips for the vase you don't want to put water in or a rose for an everlasting corsage, for example.
If this is your very first sewing project be prepared to make a couple clunky looking flowers at the start, but overall this is a project that doesn't need a lot of experience to create a beautiful result.
I'm a huge fan of soft sculpture, jewelry, knitting, and paper crafts. I've won competitions based on my design and documentation skills in sewing, fiber arts, jewelry, woodworking, robotics and cooking (many of which can be seen here: http://www.instructables.com/member/technoplastique) and I write for several different how-to and DIY blogs.