|Kids and fun-loving adults alike will love anything you create from this selection of soft toy and game tutorials. We can’t wait to see how you make these in your very own style! Don’t forget to add your pictures to our Handmade Holidays photo pool…|
|Stripe-y Patchwork Cat
Michelle from Green Kitchen shares some fun with her Stripe-y Patchwork Cat Tutorial. Lucky us!
Jhoanna shows how to make a simple and versatile soft doll in the Ruby Doll Tutorial on her One Red Robin blog.
|Soft Baby Cube
Esther helps us all again with her Soft Baby Cube Tutorial. Be sure to visit Esther’s London Mummy blog and sign up for email notification of her London Mummy shop launch.
Melynda’s Basic Otedama Tutorial on her blog, The Things That Make Us Happy Make Us Wise, helps you easily make cute, Japanese-style bean bags for the masses.
|Memory Game of Numbers
Meg does it again (more crafty goodness, this time with tiny envelopes!) with her fun Memory Game of Numbers Tutorial on her blog, Montessori by Hand.
|A Wee Toy
Hillary says older kids love these too, as they have a bean bag feel and are good for tossing around. Enjoy her Wee Tutorial on her blog, Wee Wonderfuls.
If you’d like to try a pattern, we suggest this one:
Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for these projects:
|Beth’s choice||Kristin’s choice||Lauren’s choice|
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More Handmade Holiday ideas:
22 ~ Fun for Hair
21 ~ Pillows
20 ~ Gifts for Organization
19 ~ Tech Gifts
18 ~ For Baby
17 ~ Purses
16 ~ Gifts for the Crafter
15 ~ Warm those Toes
14 ~ Dress the Kids
13 ~ Placemats
12 ~ For the Table
11 ~ Reading & Writing
10 ~ Ties & Belts
9 ~ Fabric Ornaments
8 ~ Whimsy
7 ~ For Your Purse or Pocket
6 ~ Blankets for Baby
5 ~ Tote Bags
4 ~ Lunch Bags
3 ~ For the House
2 ~ Pincushions & Pins
1 ~ Aprons
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