10 Super Easy Sewing Projects for Kids to Do

Simple Sewing Projects for Kids

As kids we were always sewing, from making simple clothes and accessories for our toys, to even making the cuddly toys themselves from material scraps. If you are looking for some simple sewing ideas for kids, or ways to pass on your sewing skills to the next generation, here are 10 Super Easy Sewing Projects for Kids to Do..

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#1. Hand Sewn Felt Owls

I found these cute hand sewn felt owls on Favecrafts. They are simple to make and are a great way of using up old scraps of material.

Hand Sewn Felt OwlsFavecrafts

#2. Cute Cloth Doll

Your child may need a little bit of help with this cute cloth doll from crazy little projects, but the finished doll is well worth the effort.

Cloth Doll Pattern from Crazy little projectsCrazylittleprojects

#3. Sew Your Children’s Drawings

Bring your child’s drawing to life by creating a pattern from it and stitching it together using fabric. We got this neat idea from Martha Stewart.

sewing project from martha stewartMartha Stewart

#4. Felt Robot

This Felt Robot would make a great starter project for kids. I found it on Slair’s Lair blog, where you will find a downloadable version of the pattern.

Felt Robot from Slairs LairSlair’s Lair

#5. Fabric Flowers

I found these cute flowers over on Red Ted Art. They are simple to create and could be used to decorate clothes or added to your accessories, bags, pillow case etc to give them an individual look.

Sewing Fabric Flowers from Red Ted ArtRed Ted Art

#6. Snake Charmers

Download the free pattern for these Snake Charmers from Shiny Happy World and create fun presents for family and friends.

Sewing Snake Charmers from Shiny Happy WorldShiny Happy World

#7. Canvas Tote Bag

I love this Canvas Tote Bag with a front pocket from The Sewing Loft Blog. It is easier if you have a sewing machine for this project, but you could try hand sewing too.

Sewing Canvas Tote Bag from The Sewing LoftThe Sewing Loft

#8. Glasses / Mobile Phone Pouch

This pattern for a handsewn glasses pouch uses left over beads and felt and could be scaled up to create a handy mobile phone cover. It comes from the blog How To Sew and this would make a lovely present for relatives.

Sewing Mobile Phone Case from How to SewHow to Sew

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#9. Insect Finger Puppets

These cute insect finger puppets are another great sewing project that we found on Martha Stewart. Using an old glove, some toile, a needle and thread and some imagination, you too can create a host of insects to give little ones hours of fun.

Insect Finger Puppets from Martha StewartMartha Stewart

#10. Pleated Hair Band

The tutorial for these cute pleated hair bands is on Craftiness is not optional. You could decorate them with buttons or beads to add an extra special touch.

Hair bands from craftiness is not optionalCraftiness Is Not Optional

Have you tried out any of our simple sewing projects? Please let us know in the comments box below.

10 Super Easy Sewing Projects for Kids to Do


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