Fabric Crafts

These great fabric crafts are a fun way to make great projects with your kids. These fabric crafts will not only be fun for your kids, but they'll also learn about working with fabric.

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With help, your fifth grader can sew her own version of this pin cushion currently available at many craft fairs.
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In this fun felt activity, a few circles of felt and a scattering of beads quickly become flowers that your child can use to decorate a barrette!
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Try this kindergarten arts and crafts activity: re-purpose an old t-shirt into a simple apron to use for your child's cooking and art projects.
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This felt cookies craft is a great way to introduce an older kid to a needle and thread, and will make great toys for younger siblings once theyâre done.
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Show your fourth grader how to embrace a green lifestyle and enjoy the outdoors with a homemade, recycled picnic basket.
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This fragrant drawer sachet keeps clothes smelling sweet, and makes for the perfect gift.
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These simple yet stylish place cards will dazzle your guests and make fun conversation starters at dinner.
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Your child can create a trendy, retro felt flower pin that will remind her of the natural beauty of flowers in full bloom no matter what time of year it is!
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This bat craft is a fun project for crafty witches and warlocks. Make a spooky bat craft to hang around your house on Halloween night.
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Discover a way to take old denim out of your child's closet without removing it from her life with this beautiful recycled craft.
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Your first grader will love making her favorite feline a chase toy out of old fabric scraps, and she will learn beginning sewing basics while she's at it!
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Reusable Christmas gift bags are eco-friendly and pretty. Make a batch of reusable Christmas gift bags for your friends and family this holiday season.
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Make a yarmulke for your teddy bear and celebrate The Festival of Lights with this fun craft project.
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These adorable felt orange slices are cute as can be and couldn’t be easier to make.
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This homemade pom-pom garland requires very few materials and instantly brightens up a room with Easter-themed pastels.
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Your fourth grader will improve her hand-eye coordination making catnip mice, and you'll finally have a use for all those mate-less socks in the laundry room!
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Everyone needs to stay warm during the cold winter months, including your cup of cocoa! This mug cozy will do the trick.
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Have your child make a holiday scarf with inexpensive materials, no sewing required!
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Don't shell out the money for a new pair of kicks! Help your second grader add some charm to her shoelaces with fabric dye.
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Make your own ribbon to give gifts that special touch. Enlist your preschooler or kindergartener to help create an extra special holiday ribbon this winter.

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