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DIY baby rattles (cat,mouse,bunny) - free sewing pattern
Crystal from Stitched by Crystal has a super adorable and quick baby rattle project to sew for babies, and today we share it with you! She will show you how to sew a plush rattle for baby that is perfect for boys or girls and makes a great baby shower gift! These cute little fabric baby rattles are the perfect size for little hands to reach and grab, the ears on them are great for chewing on, and they make fun sounds when you shake them! One great thing about sewing projects for baby is you don’t need much fabric.  All of these adorable and soft fabric baby rattles (the bunny, the mouse and the cat) were made from some fabrics she pulled out of her fabric scrap bin!  They are a really easy sew too, and a great project for beginners!
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DIY Natural wood & fabric bunny ear teething ring (free sewing pattern)
With a baby coming, you may start thinking what would be fun to add to your baby' s stash. Because babies tend to be chewers ( especially while teething ),instead of chewing on their hands, socks, or corners of blankets… made these Natural Wood & Bunny Ear Teething Rings ! These are so great as a baby shower gift or for your own babies ….but are just as fun to make in bulk and keep on hand for baby gifts ! Unique handmade baby gifts are always a hit….especially when they only take minutes to make!!!
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DIY Felt dress up snowman game - fun winter craft for kids
Who doesn’t love cute snowman crafts ? Kids love them and they are popular long after Christmas is over. This dress-up snowman felt board by Crafts By Amanda is a great way to engage little ones and it encourages imagination.This DIY felt dress up snowman board is so easy to make, and you can easily customize it as well. Just change hats, noses, scarves and the snowman is different. This lovely little felt dress-up game can be a great addition to your quiet book as well! In this step-by-step tutorial Amanda will show you a few of the different ways to dress up the snowman on your felt board :
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Easy DIY no-sew sock caterpillar (sock worm) - sock craft for kids
If you've ever done laundry, you've surely experienced the missing sock dilemma. Instead of throwing out those mismatched socks , you can easily turn them into an adorable sock worm ! Aren’t these no-sew sock worms ( or sock caterpillars ) by One Little Project super adorable? And they’re super easy to make too! ( These no-sew sock worms are so easy that the kids can make them by themselves. ) get the step-by-step sock toy making tutorial at onelittleproject.com and let's get crafting:
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DIY Fruit storage baskets  - summer home decor
Summer time means fun fruit-inspired DIY projects ! This time, it’s one for the home ! Studio DIY will teach you how to make these fruit-inspired storage baskets out of ordinary woven ( or fabric ) storage baskets. With these super adorable fruit baskets you can decorate and organize your home at the same time! No more mess around the house! These fruit-inspired storage baskets are super easy to create and super fun to use! These storage baskets are just perfect for organizing the toys or you can use them as laundry baskets! So don't hesitate: get the step-by-step tutorial at studiodiy.com and make your life more organized:
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Easy DIY (no-sew) fabric doll - fun fabric craft for kids
One of the first things we learned how to make was a no-sew fabric doll. This was exciting to us because we got to make ourselves a new toy that we could keep playing with afterward! So learning how to make a charming and traditional fabric doll could be a lot of fun. This little doll by Krokotak is just perfect for kids of all ages. Plus it's super easy to make ( no sewing required! ). Instead of relying on a pattern, this doll comes together with a few measured out pieces and a bit of simple shaping with a rubber band. Try different patterns and make different types of dolls!
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DIY Fabric marble maze (free sewing template & tutorial)
Make a super fun DIY fabric marble maze with AppleGreen Cottage's free sewing template and tutorial ! Use your fleece & cotton fabric scraps to create great quiet toy, or sensory toy for kids, with no pieces or parts to lose.These fabric marble mazes are the perfect screen-free, quiet toy for kids, and it's a great way for using up bits of fleece or fabric. Each fabric maze has a marble sandwiched between the two layers that you push through the maze with your fingers. Read the tutorial and let's get sewing:
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How to make fabric carrots - cute Easter decor ( sewing pattern & tutorial )
If you love fun spring fabric projects , sewing fabric carrots may be just the project you need. Ameroonie Designs will show you how to make them from scrap fabrics in no time. These lovely fabric carrots are simple & fun, and just perfect as an Easter decor or as a soft kids' toy. Don’t be surprised if you end up sewing a whole lot more than you think you really need! Read the tutorial, and let's get sewing:
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DIY Sock bear  - soft toy for kids (free sewing tutorial)
Please meet Mama Kass, the sock kangaroo , and Baby Kaden, the felt baby kangaroo ! Craft Passion today share with us a super cute and free sock kangaroo sewing pattern! The pattern on Craft Passion is a little lengthy but it is worth the read till the end. It has all the details you need to know on how to sew Mama Kass sock kangaroo and Baby Kaden felt kangaroo. Follow all the instructions well and you will be able to make one ( or a whole family of ) adorable sock plushies for your kids or for yourself!
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