Cut remnants into 12 - 24 inch strips. Jagged edges are find, uneven widths are too. It adds to the texture.
No Sew Version
These flowers are a thicker flower, with a tighter roll.
Frey your edges by pulling on them and releasing some of the outer threads.
Make sure the fabric glue is ready to go. Hot glue works too but it's much harder, messier, and painful. (trust me on this one ;)
Add a dab of glue
Think "flower" as you roll
Twist fabric at points, to add to the texture, using both the folded edge and the raw edge.
Add dabs of glue periodically
Just keep rolling fabric, adding to the flower as you twist, and dabbing with glue periodically.
Use glue for any untucked pieces of fabric, underneath the flower and placing glue in nooks where glue won't be seen.
If a larger flower is desired, simply use another strip of fabric.
This version has a looser look to it and is thinner once finished.
Sew a loose basting thread down the length of the strip. You can either use a complimentary color or the same color. It depends on how much contrasting you desire.
Pull your bobbin thread to gather fabric
Like the no-sew, begin rolling. Again think "flower" as you roll
The gathers give a bit more of a flowering look, than the no-sew. Roll the fabric on to itself, as you roll into a circle. Don't worry about it being a perfect circle or a perfect roll. . . the unevenness of your work is what adds to the uniqueness of each finished flower.
Add your glue periodically as you roll.
Trim loose threads as needed. Tuck in excess fabric with glue, taking care to glue where the glue an't be seen.
For a dimensional look, add a second layer of a different color fabric.