Looking to introduce your kids to the wonderful world of sewing? Look no further! Learning a new skill can sometimes be intimidating, but we’re so happy to share a whole handful of useful and ready-to-print templates that will make the task so much easier. From colorful illustrated stitch cards to simple patches to felt crafts, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading for all our favorite learn-to-sew projects for kids!
Don’t these little guys remind you of gummy bears? We love that you can wear them on your belt and bring them everywhere you go, but take them off and play with them too!
Spring is here and the birds are chirping! These printable birdhouses are perfect for the season and a great way to introduce little ones to simple stitching.
Got paint and cardboard? Then you can make your very own stitch cards! Customize them to include whatever shapes and picture you like best. The possibilities are endless!
Although these printable stitch cards were originally made with the 4th of July in mind, we think most of the designs are so fun for any time of year! Ice cream, streamers, and watermelon? Count us in!
Spread some positivity with these wall hangings! Simply print, punch holes, and add the lacing detail along the outside edge.
If you have any plastic embroidery canvas in your craft stash, this is a great way to get kids into it without starting on a more advanced needlepoint project. Pipe cleaners make learning to sew and embroidery even easier for younger ones!
We love a good cactus craft, and these printable stitch cards are exactly that! They’re so cute that kids will definitely want to tape them up on the walls of their bedroom as art when they’re done.
Embellish your backpacks and jean jackets with these tasty-looking patches! This project uses more detailed stitched and patterns so we recommend it for older kids who have a little bit of sewing practise under their belts already.
These woodland animals are the absolute cutest! Use embroidery thread to practise stitching and add their furry details on. So cute!
Use our free template to make these cutie felt kittens! If your kids have mastered a straight stitch, this is a great project because it introduces the blanket stitch.