My Mom always had a Valentine’s Day card and gift for us growing up – I still have some of her handmade cards (you can see one in this post). I’m trying to carry on the tradition, and here are some of the cute 20+ felt valentine crafts that I have my eye on!
I think a lot of these would make great stocking stuffers or ornaments if they were sewn in holiday colors, too. Let me know if I missed any of your favorite ideas! They’re almost all free tutorials/patterns found on blogs, but I included a few patterns that are for sale and too cute to leave out (they’re all marked as such).
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Please pin this list of 20+ felt valentine crafts to sew using this link or the collage image below and click through to pin individual photos so they link back to the proper sites! Happy sewing!
20+ felt valentine crafts to sew
I love this sweet little fat Valentine cat so much, with a pattern from Mimi Boom.
Love Bug from Coloured Buttons – this cutie is designed to sew with kids, isn’t it adorable?
A lovely felt and fabric sewing pattern for ‘LOVE’ blocks from Bustle & Sew.
The sweetest felt envelope applique by Ameroonie Designs on Polka Dot Chair (also on a quilt, if you click through!).
Turn an old sock into a DIY upcycled coffee cozy with some sweet felt hearts and a few stitches!
Heart and flower bookmarks from Schaeresteipapier, these are such a unique design and my kids would love playing with them.
Embroidered felt sachet here at Swoodson Says. You could add all sorts of designs to this base pattern!
Another amazing Mimi Boom kitty pattern, this time with heart glasses, I can’t take it!
Fun felt rose heart wreath tutorial from Making Manzanita. The base of this is so creative and cheap!
Fringed heart bookmarks from The Craft Train, another kid-friendly sewing project, this one would be easy to do.
Fun felt heart wreath from The Real Thing with the Coake Family, I love how bright and cheery this wreath is.
A third cute heart bookmark option, reverse applique style at Lulu & Celeste. This is a great way to use up cotton fabric and felt, with the scraps peeking through.
Cute felt heart ornaments over at Cutesy Crafts, this would look great on my mantle!
My heart-faced cat softies that fit in a a kid’s pocket, here at Swoodson Says. My most popular pattern!
Adorable felt envelope project at The Crafting Chicks, these look like so much fun for kids to open.
These sweet bears are adorable! (Not free, on Etsy*)
Pretty Valentine’s Day banner from Sweet Red Poppy, I love the modern, clean style of this tutorial.
Heart Eyes Rhonda from Coloured Buttons, another cute softie designed for kids to sew themselves.
Simple felt heart garland tutorial from The Gracious Wife, this is so simple but would look great on a wall!
Love puppy from Grace’s Favours. Also designed for kids to sew, this is such a sweet stuffed puppy.
Free felt flower bouquet tutorial at 3 Little Greenwoods, my kids would love playing pretend with this!
An adorable teddy bear with a heart from Felt with Love Designs, such a fun little pocket.
Super easy heart applique project here at Swoodson Says, this takes maybe five minutes to make.
Kawaii Hearts (not free, on Etsy*), they look like such buddies to play with.
Sweet heart sugar cookie hand embroidery & sewing pattern from Trellis & Thyme, this involves a bit of sewing too but it’s so cute!
Sweet, felt fish on Sugar Bee Crafts by Do Small Things with Great Love. These would look cute hanging on the tree a few tutorials ahead of this one!
Valentine flowers from The Blue Barn, what a fun idea for pretend play.
Felt conversation hearts from Felt With Love Designs, classic and cute, I want a whole bowl full of these!
A felt heart bunting from Sew Simple Home, my kids would have fun helping with this.
Adorable little felt conversation heart keychains from Cucicucicoo.
My kids would flip over these fun chair back envelopes, with a tutorial from My Sew Bliss.