Sewing Cards for Kids

If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to keep your toddler occupied, sewing lacing cards may be the perfect solution! What are they, you ask? Sewing cards for toddlers are simply cards that have been cut out in the shape of a sewing pattern. They can be made from a variety of materials, including felt and fabric. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to make them yourself, as well as provide some ideas for what to do with them once they’re finished.

What are lacing cards?

Sewing cards for toddlers are simply cards that have been cut out in the shape of a sewing pattern. They can be made from a variety of materials, including felt and fabric. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to make them yourself, as well as provide some ideas for what to do with them once they’re finished.

What You’ll Need:

– Fabric or felt

– Scissors

– A lacing needle (a blunt needle with a large eye)

– Thread or knitting yarn

-Hole punch

-White cardstock

How They’re Made:

Cut your fabric or felt into the desired shape. If you’re using fabric, you may want to add a layer of interfacing to make it sturdier. Using a sewing machine, stitch around the edge of the sewing card, leaving a small opening. Turn the card right side out and press. Poke the lacing needle through the hole and thread with your choice of thread. Start sewing!

Why Lacing Cards?:

Lacing cards are great for developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. They’re also a fun way to practice following a sewing pattern. Once your toddler has mastered the basics, you can even let them loose with some fabric scraps to create their own designs.

Ready to get started? Awesome! The best part about this project is that it’s really simple and doesn’t require any special skills or tools. All you need is a pair of scissors, some fabric or felt, and a needle and thread. So gather up your supplies and let’s get crafting!

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