Felt is a kind of fabric produced by pressing fibers together. There are several kinds of fibers that used to make felt. Felt can be made using wool or animal fur. Felt can also be made from synthetic materials such as wood pulp-based rayon. It can also be made from cotton or acrylic fibers. The thickness of a felt fabric depends on fibers pressed together.
Table of Contents
- Felt Unicorn Craft
- Felt Paper Clip Bookmarks
- DIY Flower Felt Bracelet
- Felt Dinosaur Craft for Kids
- Koala Plushie Felt Craft
- DIY Sesame Street Character Softies
- Donut Pillow Tutorial
- No-sew Felt Puppets
- Hand-stitched Felt Envelopes
- No-sew Felt Butterflies
- Make Your Own Felt Food
- Felt Popsicle Sticks
- Felt Pikachu Craft
- Dinosaur Softies
- Felt Planet Garland
- Felt Bumblebee
- 18 Things to Make With Felt Scraps
- Felt Corner Bookmarks
- DIY Felt Succulents
- Felt Crowns
- Felt Taco Pin
- DIY Space Rocket Pencil Toppers
- DIY Felt Teacup Bookmarks
- DIY Chicken Nugget Playset
- Felt Unicorn Pencil Case
- Felt Fox Phone Case
- DIY Disney Felt Potato Heads
- Felt Rainbow Garland
- Felt Fruit Patterns for Kids
- DIY Felt Nativity Finger Puppets
- 25 Felt Christmas Ornaments
- Felt Button Chain for Toddlers
- DIY Animal Felt Board
- Adorable No-sew Felt Bag for Kids
- DIY Pizza Felt Bookmark
- Steak Dinner Felt Food
- Colorful Felt Wreath
- Whimsical Felt Trees
- Very Hungry Caterpillar Game
- Felt Sand Dollars (Mermaid Money)
- DIY Easter Bunny Bag
- Toy Food Cakes
- Ice Cream Felt Creativity Set
- Felt Halloween Finger Puppets
- DIY Felt Carrot Bunting
- Itsy Bitsy Spider Felt Storyboard
- Disney Princess Felt Puppets
- Felt Stuffed Saguaro Cactus
- Felt Moon and Stars Nursery Wall Decoration
Felt Unicorn Craft
Unicorns are popular creatures for kids and adults alike. Bring unicorns with you or hang them on your walls when you make this felt unicorn. The unicorn head and horn are white felt. The hair of the unicorn is made from felt fabrics in rainbow colors. The parts of the unicorn are sewn together using white thread.
Felt Paper Clip Bookmarks
Upgrade paper clips into pretty bookmarks with this felt craft. The tops of the paper clip are decorated with felt crafts. It can be a flat felt heart, a felt flower, or a felt star. Attach the clip to the back of the felt craft with tape and a piece of felt.
Source: Project with Kids
DIY Flower Felt Bracelet
These flower felt bracelets are perfect accessories for toddlers and young kids. These bracelets do not need to be sewn. The felt flowers are arranged layers of felt. The center of the flowers have slits where velcro strips can be woven in. The velcro strips secure the felt flower bracelets to the writs.
Source: Merriment Design
Felt Dinosaur Craft for Kids
This dinosaur craft pattern can make girls, and even boys, be excited about learning how to sew. The pattern is easy to trace and cut from felt. The spots, spikes, and the eyes of the dinosaur are all from felt. The dinosaurs are stuffed with fiberfill and sewn using the blanket stitch.
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Koala Plushie Felt Craft
Make your own koala plushie from gray and white felt. The koala plushie is broken down into different parts. Assemble the koala plushie using black thread. Use the blanket stitch to sew the parts of the koala together. Fill the koala with scrap felt or fiberfill while securing the parts together.
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DIY Sesame Street Character Softies
Bring your favorite Sesame Street Characters when you make these softies. The pattern includes variations for the different characters. This craft requires the use of felt fabric in the colors of the rainbow. If the felt crafts can be held with fiberfill as plushies, with rice as a hot pack, or with plastic beans.
Donut Pillow Tutorial
Make this donut pillow to use in bed when sleeping or when traveling. It is made with felt fabric in brown and blue. The brown felt is for the donut’s body and the blue is for the icing. You can top the donut pillow with pom-poms in different colors.
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No-sew Felt Puppets
Puppets can offer entertainment for hours and hours. Make a quick set of puppets using felts, scissors, and glue. You can make different animals like pigs, cats, bears, and dogs. The puppets have two main parts, front, and back. The ears and the facial features of the puppet are also made from felt. Use glue to attach the parts together.
Source: 30 Minute Crafts
Hand-stitched Felt Envelopes
Deliver love letters in envelopes that are sturdier than the traditional paper ones. Use these felt, hand-stitched envelopes to store your letters. The envelopes are made from pink and red felt fabric. The edges are sewn using the envelope stitch. The envelope is secured with a button and a piece of string.
Source: Lia Griffith
No-sew Felt Butterflies
Decorate your crafts or your room with these felt butterflies. All you need are two circles cut from felt, pipe cleaners, a strip of felt fabric, and glue. Place the two circles pieces so that they slightly overlap. Cinch the two circles down the middle and secure with the fabric strip and glue. Top with the pipe cleaner as antennas.
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Make Your Own Felt Food
Make playing kitchen more interesting with these felt food. These felt food items were cut from fabric closest to the real colors of the food. Each piece is made of two sides that were sewn together with a thread in a similar color. Some of the food items were stuffed with fiberfill while others were flat.
Source: The Country Chic Cottage
Felt Popsicle Sticks
Play with popsicle sticks that will never melt when you make these felt popsicles. The felt popsicles are made with three different pieces. The two sides and the edges of the popsicle are felt strips sewn together. This pattern for popsicle sticks uses a real popsicle stick for the handle.
Source: One Creative Mommy
Felt Pikachu Craft
In your quest to catch all the Pokemon, you need to start with one. Keep Pikachu in your pocket with this felt craft. This felt craft is perfect if you only have a small piece of felt fabric. Pikachu’s facial features are also felt. All the pieces are sewn together using red and black thread.
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Make dinosaur softies you can cuddle with. These dinosaurs also make perfect gifts for kids. The project uses a soft felt. The pattern for the dinosaurs can be downloaded. You can also make your own pattern using cardboard shapes. There are two patterns for two kinds of dinosaurs.
Source: The Craft Train
Felt Planet Garland
Create a garland while learning about the planets in our Solar System. This felt garland has all planets plus the Sun. The craft uses felt and thread in matching colors. There is a pattern available for all the planets. After sewing and stuffing the planet and the Sun, these will be attached to the ribbon or twine.
Source: Felt Tails
Make these bumblebees with felt to spread the feeling of spring in all things crafty. These bumblebees can be made using extra felt scraps. The eyes, antenna, and stripes are all made from felt. The pieces are sewn together using different colored threads. The thread colors used are yellow, black, and blue.
Source: Mommy Made That
18 Things to Make With Felt Scraps
Making felt crafts usually means that there are extras strips of felt lying around. Put these extra felt scraps to use with these felt crafts. You can use the felt scraps to make geode coasters and a flower headdress. You can also make nature owls or key chains.
Source: Moms and Crafters
Felt Corner Bookmarks
Mark the page of the last project you made from the craft book with these felt corner bookmarks. These bookmarks are made from fall and colored floss for cross stitch. The bookmarks are two triangular felt pieces sewn together using the floss. You can personalize your bookmark by decorating it with buttons.
Source: Typically Simple
DIY Felt Succulents
Make these succulents to brighten up your windowsill. These succulents are even more resilient than real succulents. These felt crafts use sheets of brown felt fabric and green felt fabric. The main body of the succulents is made by cutting the strips of green felt and rolling it up. The brown felt makes the pots of the succulents.
Source: Pink Stripey Socks
These felt crowns are fit royalty. Make this crown with the little princes and princesses in your life. These crowns are made from thick strips of felt. Follow the crown template when cutting the felt. The crown can be decorated with fake jewels and it is secured to the head using velcro.
Source: My Bright Ideas
Felt Taco Pin
Leave the house with a taco in hand or pinned to your bag with this taco felt craft. The taco pins are made from small pieces of felt fabric in the color yellow, brown, green, and red. The parts of the taco pin are assembled by sewing the parts together with a thread.
Source: Everything Etsy
DIY Space Rocket Pencil Toppers
Make writing much more exciting for the kid when you give them pencils topped with rockets. These pencil toppers need only small sheets of felt fabrics so you can felt scraps to make them. The main body of the rocket, the rocket top, windows, and the fire are all felt pieces sewn together.
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DIY Felt Teacup Bookmarks
Use felt scraps to make these teacup bookmarks. The teacup tabs at the end of the bookmarks are made from sewn felt fabric. The length of the ribbon is attached to the felt teacup tab. Design the teacup to look like your favorite cup. Enjoy a cup of tea while reading a book with this bookmark.
DIY Chicken Nugget Playset
Chicken nuggets are an all-American favorite. Let your kids play with chicken nuggets without wasting food with this playset. All the items in the playset are made from felt. Even the tub of ketchup is made from felt. This chicken nugget playset will be a sure hit with the kids.
Source: American Felt and Craft
Felt Unicorn Pencil Case
These unicorn pencil cases are for kids and people who are kids at heart. This pencil case is easy to make. The felt pieces are not sewn together. Instead, the pieces are glued together. The unicorn’s ears, eyes, and ears are also from felt. The pencil case is secured with buttons.
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Felt Fox Phone Case
Keep your phone safe from scratches with this fox phone case. The phone case is made from orange, white, black, and brown felt. The fox details are all made from felt and sewn on to the front piece of the phone case. The fox phone case can hold most phones.
Source: Crafts for Grown-ups
DIY Disney Felt Potato Heads
Mr. Potato Head is a classic toy made famous by Disney. Keep the Potato Head tradition alive even without the actual potato head toy. Use this felt alternative to help a child engage their imagination. The same concept applies to this felt potato head as with the original toy.
Source: Jonesin’ for Taste
Felt Rainbow Garland
Use these rainbow garlands as decorations for everyday use or for special occasions. The rainbows are made from felt. The felt arches are cut from felt fabric in rainbow colors. The arches have different sizes, with the biggest arch being the red arch. Sew the arches following the arrangement of the rainbow colors.
Source: Felt Tails
Felt Fruit Patterns for Kids
Felt toys are great ways to encourage kids to play pretend. Give kids a huge selection of felt food to play with. These felt food patterns come with printable templates. The templates can be traced over the felt for easier cutting. Learn how to make felt strawberries, bread, watermelons, and vegetables.
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DIY Felt Nativity Finger Puppets
Learn about the story of the birth of Jesus with these finger puppets. The patterns for the different characters in the nativity scene are available as a printable template. You can print the template and manually cut the felt. The template can also be uploaded on an automatic cutting machine.
Source: Everyday Jenny
25 Felt Christmas Ornaments
Christmas ornaments and baubles do not need to be breaking to look festive. Add a personal touch to your Christmas decorations this year when you make these felt decors. You can make felt angels, felt mini-Christmas tree, and felt candy canes. You can also make the gingerbread man, Rudolf the reindeer, and Christmas animals.
Source: Interior Vogue
Felt Button Chain for Toddlers
Enhance your child’s fine motor skills with this button chain made from felt. This felt chain is a set of thick, colorful, felt strips that have a button on one end and a slot on the other. You can give these strips to a child and give them the satisfaction of building a chain they see hung around the house.
Source: A Crafty Living
DIY Animal Felt Board
Make storytime more exciting and interactive for your kids with this felt board. The fibers of felt fabrics naturally cling together when they are put together. You can also strengthen your bond with your child if they help you make this felt board. A template for the animals on the board is available on this site.
Adorable No-sew Felt Bag for Kids
Get your kids excited about crafting with these felt bags. They do not need to learn how to sew to make this project. A template for the cat and owl designs are available. The children can cut the parts of the bag from the felt sheets and assemble the bag using glue.
Source: Frugal Fun 4 Boys and Girls
DIY Pizza Felt Bookmark
Stop using random things like bookmarks and use this felt pizza bookmark. This felt craft needs small sizes of felt sheets so you can use felt trimmings if you have them. The parts of the bookmark are attached using hot glue but you can sew them if you prefer.
Source: DIY Inspired
Steak Dinner Felt Food
Let your aspiring chef practice how to make the perfect steak with these felt food. The patterns needed to make the steak, broccoli, and potatoes are available on the website. The felt food is made from sheets of solid-colored felt fabric. This tutorial used bunching stitches instead of the blanket stitch to sew the edges of the felt food.
Source: Twisted Notions
Colorful Felt Wreath
This felt craft gives you the chance to maximize whole sheets of felt fabric. The wreath is made from small squares of felt fabric which can be scraps from a different project. The base of the wreath is a paper plate and the felt fabric squares are attached using hot glue. Hang the wreath with a string or ribbon and top off a bow.
Source: Love Your Littles
Whimsical Felt Trees
Decorate coffee tables, side tables, bookshelves, and the mantlepiece with this funky felt craft. The templates for the trees are on the website. This tree craft is easy to make that even kids can make them. The top section of the tree can be a lighter shade of green instead of white for variety.
Source: Lia Griffith
Very Hungry Caterpillar Game
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a classic children’s picture book. Turn the story into an interactive experience with this felt game. All the food that the caterpillar ate is part of the template. The felt food has holes in the middle where the caterpillar will “eat” them. The felt bag for all parts of the game also has a template in the instructions.
Felt Sand Dollars (Mermaid Money)
A sand dollar is a type of sea urchin that is flat and burrows int eh sand. Complete pretend play as a mermaid with this mermaid money. The exteriors of the toy sand dollar are made from white felt. The insides are made of colored felt with glued sequins.
Source: American Felt and Craft
DIY Easter Bunny Bag
Create a unique and personalized bag where your children can place the Easter Eggs they find. This Easter Bunny felt bag is made from stiff felt fabric. The face of the bunny is from a sheet of vinyl stickers and was ironed on. You can use a sewing machine to sew the edges together or you can hand stitch the bag.
Source: Crafts Unleashed
Toy Food Cakes
Support for future pastry chef dreams by letting them play with these felt cakes. There are cake slices and whole cakes in the tutorial. You can change the kinds of cakes and cake slices in the playset by experimenting with different felt colors. Use hot glue to secure all the pieces together, or sew the cakes if you prefer the look of the stitches.
Source: Growing Up Gabel
Ice Cream Felt Creativity Set
Turn your felt board into an ice cream kiosk with this creative set. The cone and ice cream scoops are all cut from felt fabric. In this tutorial, the felt pieces are not sewn together. This gives the children the freedom to make different ice cream combinations during play.
Source: At Home With Natalie
Felt Halloween Finger Puppets
The spooky and the creepy are right in your child’s fingertips with these felt finger puppets. This finger puppet set includes all the classic Halloween characters we love. Present a funny Halloween puppet show about Count Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Mummy. Do not forget to include a ghost and a witch in the story.
Source: One Creative Mommy
DIY Felt Carrot Bunting
Hang this carrot bunting on the ceiling for an Easter celebration or for a birthday party. The carrots in this bunting are made from orange and green felt. A template for the carrot is available on the website. You can print the template and cut the carrots manually or use an automatic cutting machine.
Source: The Happy Scraps
Itsy Bitsy Spider Felt Storyboard
Bring the classic nursery rhyme to life with this felt storyboard. Print and cut the characters and elements of the story from sheets of felt fabric in different colors. Stick the different elements of the story on the felt board as the rhyme progresses to give a visual of the rhyme.
Source: Live Well Play Together
Disney Princess Felt Puppets
Make your child their own Disney princess puppets they can play with instead of buying the commercial dolls. All the Disney princess puppets are made from felt. The puppets are assembled using glue but you can sew them if you like. The template includes patterns for six princesses and one prince.
Source: Fyne’s Designs
Felt Stuffed Saguaro Cactus
Saguaro cacti is a species of cactus that is commonly found in different states in America. This tall and long cactus is a cute home decor when it is made with felt. This felt craft template includes patterns for the cactus pot and the flowers. Make sure to snugly stuff the felt cactus to help the cactus stand.
Source: Lia Griffith
Felt Moon and Stars Nursery Wall Decoration
Decorate your nursery walls with this felt craft. The pattern moon and the stars are available on the website. Use felt fabric in the color of your choice to best go with the nursery’s theme. Add felt flower embellishments and felt hats to the moon and stars to add character to the decor.
Source: Craft with Nola
Felt is a very versatile material that can be turned into anything. Let your child use their imagination as they explore the possibilities of fell fabric crafts with you.