Make this felt Cross for Easter or Christmas decoration. Hang from a cabinet or door knob for a pretty reminder of your faith. Add a long tassel to make it a Bible bookmark.
An easy felt craft that the kids will love, make a DIY hopscotch mat to play inside or out.
Say goodbye to scratches with this homemade iPad case. Layer strips of felt to create flowers and add then to your Felt iPad Cover. This is a great way to keep your technology safe when you travel. Plus, the florals will always remind you of spring.
Use smalls bit of spring-colored felt to create a favor cone to fill with Easter goodies. These little cones could easily be hung, such as along the fireplace mantel. You need only very basic sewing experience for this easy Easter project.
A whimsical felt watering can and button-center flowers are a cute addition to the fridge door. Kids can play at "watering the flowers" and make their own flower additions.
Felt an old sweater to create some fantastic no-knit mittens this winter. These mittens are simple to create with a traced pattern.
These adorable Zero Calorie Cinnamon Rolls are a great way to use up felt scraps. Turn them into jewelry, ornaments, or make a cute garland to go around your Christmas tree. This project is easy enough to do with kids, too...so the whole family can get in on the fun! Best of all, these cinnamon rolls are calorie-free, and you can make as many as you want without having any clean up!
These abc wood blocks make a fun craft for classroom decor, every teacher will love it. This free felt pattern is versatile and practical for the kids.
Fuzzy red hearts against a dramatic white background add pizzazz to a sweet Valentine's card. The crafters in your life will appreciate your unique "I love you"!
Use these free patterns for felt toys to make a pizza playset for your kids. This felt pizza toy is as simple as cutting shapes from felt.