September is National Sewing Month. If you’re looking for sewing patterns for kids, we have collected over 300 sewing crafts for children! We have everything from simple lacing projects for toddlers to more challenging wearable projects for teens (and everything in between!). With over 300 sewing patterns for kids, we have ideas that boys and girls of all ages will enjoy. So if you’ve been meaning to show your kids how to sew, take a look through this ever growing list of ideas.
Below are 10 of our favorite sewing patterns for kids, but you can browse all 300+ sewing crafts here.
Sewing Patterns for Kids
1. Rainbow Fish – Make a stuffed version of Marcus Pfister’s beloved Rainbow Fish. This simple craft is an excellent way to introduce young children to hand sewing.
2. String Heart Yarn Cards – Sewing isn’t limited to just fabric and thread! Use card stock and yarn to make beautiful cards to send to loved ones.
3. Shark Pencil Case – What kid wouldn’t want a shark pencil case to have at school?! This sewing pattern is not for beginners, but is a great project for teens with some sewing experience.
4. Star Wars Popsicle Cozy – Turn ordinary popsicles into awesome light sabers with this simple sewing pattern for kids. Make extras to share with all the Star Wars fans you know!
5. Fabric Daffodils – Make every day feel like spring with these beautiful fabric daffodils. They’re surprisingly easy to make and would be an awesome gift for a teacher.
6. Sock Monsters – Use your creativity to transform old socks into funny, crazy monsters! This sewing project is fun for crafters of all ages.
7. Glittery Paper Leaves – Make these pretty leaves with yarn and a child-safe needle. This beginner sewing project is great for young children and can be done year-round by changing the color of the leaves!
8. Lost Tooth Pillow – Create this whimsical pillow to hold loose teeth…and money from the Tooth Fairy. Kids will love designing their own special pillow.
9. Felt Butterfly – This cute felt butterfly has an attached elastic band to attach him to things to look like he’s resting or in flight. It’s a fun beginning-level sewing project.
10. Peanut Butter and Jelly Game – Sew the adorable sandwich fixings and die, then use them to play a version of a classic game. It is an excellent project for kids who are new to sewing.