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Sew A Felt Wine Glass Ornament – Free Pattern!

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Use this free felt wine glass ornament sewing pattern to make the perfect DIY gift for the wine lover in your life! Pair it with a bottle of wine for the perfect hostess gift.

After moving around for a few years, we’ve finally been in one spot long enough to meet people – which is great but leaves me with a much longer gift list this year. Pairing something delicious with a festive ornament seems like the perfect DIY Christmas gift for neighbors and friends. I’m sharing a free wine glass ornament sewing pattern courtesy of Sutter Home¬†Family Vineyards – stitch one up and sling it over a bottle of their wine for the perfect present!

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Dump Truck Softie with Bottle Cap Wheels

Upcycle bottle caps! Learn how to sew a simple dump truck softie with bottle cap wheels - kids can drive these around or babies can use them as a handmade car toy. Perfect felt toy to sew as a stocking stuffer!

I’ve shared a giant dump truck floor pillow pattern in the past, and now I’m shrinking the pattern down in order to sew a little softie with wheels that turn! I’ve been doing a monthly craft challenge with some other bloggers and this month we are all sharing bottle cap upcycling projects! This free dump truck softie pattern is super easy to sew, and the “tires” are fun to twirl around but safely secured with a secret tool; can you guess what it is without looking at the supply list?

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Sew a Stuffed Sheep Softie – Free Pattern!

Sew a free sheep softie sewing pattern! This simple softie is easy to sew by hand or machine, and the little legs are perfect for tiny hands to hang on to.

Let’s sew a sheep stuffed animal! This free sheep softie pattern is so much fun; fast and easy to sew. The simple shapes would make it a great sewing project for kids and the size makes it perfect for hugging. The floppy limbs are easy to hold on to, so I bet babies would like playing with it too! A finished sheep measures 9.5″ high and 8.5″ wide and takes maybe a night to make.

I’m sharing this pattern for free in honor of Sew A Softie Day! Trixi, from Coloured Buttons, invited me to join in; I reviewed her e-book about sewing with kids a while back. Sew A Softie Day is officially on the 17th but a bunch of different makers are sharing patterns leading up to that – go see a list at Coloured Buttons and get sewing!

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