Have you been looking for a tiny little felt bunny pattern to sew? Today is your day! My kids love everything small and I wanted to think of something to sew that would fit in an Easter egg. They use up the tiniest of felt scraps and are so fun to make. I could see them strung on to necklaces, tucked into tiny little beds, or hanging out in an overall pocket. The little felt rabbits in our house have been driving in toy fire trucks, hiding in Lego castles, and snuggling at bedtime!
This might be my favorite pattern; the pocket kitty! It has also been my most popular pattern, with hundreds of folks downloading it. I love seeing pictures of these kitties pop up in my email, seeing all the different ways they are stitched is so much fun. The free cat sewing pattern is designed for hand sewing, uses simple embroidery stitches, and can be made in a day.
I have a fun, easy little bird pattern to share today, as a part of the Sew A Softie group. I love the Sew A Softie community – Trixi from Coloured Buttons organizes it and all over the world, bloggers share free softie patterns and organize softie sewing workshops. Her passion for getting kids started sewing is lovely; you can see my review of her e-book for kids sewing here. In the past I have shared a free sheep softie and a free pocket kitty softie, this Christmas season I have a jingle bird!
If you like sewing felt ornaments, I have a big list of free felt ornament patterns here, too.
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If there’s one thing I always want more of, it’s sleep. My kids live to pounce on me and wake me up, or come ask me questions when my husband is kindly letting me sleep in. I thought maybe a sleep mask would help me ignore them, so I’m sharing this free sewing mask pattern! This would be a great project to sew if you’re taking any trips soon, or maybe the perfect stocking stuffer for any friends who have little people poking them awake.