Felt toys have long been a classic in most homes.  They are cheap and easy to make, can easily be personalized, and are very durable to the little hands that love to play with them.  Felt toys also provide a great way to have the perfect homemade gift for that special little one that may just have a birthday coming up.  Here are 8 tutorials to make felt toys for either the girl or boy on your list.


1-Hopscotch Mat from A Girl And Her Glue Gun


2-No Sew Felt Playhouse from So Can Do


3-Felt Stuffed Letters from Buggy and Buddy


4-Pajama Eaters from Sew Fearless

crown and wand 1

5-Princess Tiara from LuBird Baby

felt toy truck

6-Felt Toy Truck from Make It And Love It


7-Dinosaur Play Mat from Serving Pink Lemonade


8-Mr. or Mrs. Potato Head from Girl Loves Glam


By Larissa Coleman


5 Comments so far

  1. McKenzie @ Girl Loves Glam on April 11, 2014 8:15 pm

    Thank you for including my Mr. Potato Head! This is a really fun round up!

  2. Jan on April 11, 2014 10:23 pm

    I have tried to download/ find / purchase your pajama eater pattern but have had no luck with any can you help please?

  3. Larissa Coleman on April 12, 2014 1:10 pm

    Hi Jan! The writer of the blog for the pajama eaters has moved her patterns to her “shop” making it so that you have to purchase the pattern for $8. If that is something you would be interested in doing, down the page, in the post after she gives you the necessary materials needed, there is a line in yellow saying “This pattern has been moved to my pattern shop! It is available for purchase here.” If you click on the word “here” in that sentence, it takes you to her shop and allows you to click to purchase. I was able to go all the way through (as if purchasing) with no troubles. Let me know if you have more questions! Hope you have fun making the project. They are adorable!

  4. Linda Lanese on April 12, 2014 1:34 pm

    Jan, I emailed you some info :)

  5. Cheryl@ Sew Can Do on April 15, 2014 7:00 am

    Thanks for including my no-sew felt playhouse!

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