29 Free Patterns for Felt Gifts


Enjoy these free patterns to make with felt that will make perfect homemade gifts.   These felt tutorials include felt flowers, heart felt patterns, ornaments, felt food patterns, and even easy felt DIY projects.

Tip Junkie has 417 felt patterns including over 814 free patterns all with pictured tutorials to learn or how to make.  You can always search there if you’re looking for more Christmas presents to make with step-by-step instructions. {wink}

Free Patterns

1.  Felt Christmas Tree Pillow ~ This cute Christmas craft is a great DIY decoration for your home or a fun homemade Christmas gift to give to friends before the holiday.  This easy to follow tutorial will show you how to make a felt Christmas tree pillow from start to finish.

Free Felt Patterns
2.  DIY Christmas Finger Puppets ~ These felt finger puppets are an easy project and would make a darling stocking stuffer. You can print the pattern out for free and it’s as easy as cutting and gluing the pieces together – no sewing required.

Felt Patterns

3.  Felt Slippers {Tutorial} ~ Just because you don’t want cold toes doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your fashion sense.  Every girl needs fabulous shoes, even with her pajamas.

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4. DIY Felt Christmas Ornaments ~ Hand made ornaments that are easily constructed from felt, doilies, buttons and featured some embroidered details. A great beginner sewing project and a fun family Christmas craft.

Make with Felt

Make with Felt

5.  Felt Hearts {Hand Warmers} ~ Baby it’s gonna get cold outside.  These darling felt hand warmers are sure to keep you warm for the rapidly approaching cold season.  And, perfect to give as gifts!  Download the free templates which include a heart, a football, a ball (basketball, softball, soccer), a smaller circle, and a top hat.  Something for everyone.  The cute instruction tags are also available to download for free.

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6.  Felt DIY Bookmarks ~ I think these sweet little bookmarks would be a fantastic gift for a little girl to make for her friends for Christmas. They cost almost nothing, have a practical use, and are cute to boot!

7.  Needle and Hook Book {Sewing}Learn how to make a ‘Needle and Hook Book’ to hold all of those sewing needles and crochet hooks. It is a colorful little project, made of felt and yarn.

Felt Patterns

8.  Felt Mini Photo Album ~ Any mom or grandma would be tickled to carry this in their purse as opposed to plain old wallet photos.  Pop in a movie, grab some felt and get to work!

Felt Flower

Felt Flower DIY

9.  Felt Flower  Tutorial {box fold} ~ Beautiful box fold felt flowers make a sweet headband for a baby girl, but change up the headband and it works for girls of all ages.  The felt flowers can also be used to make pins, accent throw pillows, or dress up an old shirt.  The gifting possibilities are endless.

10. Felt Flower Template {dahlia} ~ The beautiful felt flower is intricate and would look stunning on a wreath or used as a fashion accessory.  Sew it to a headband or wear it as a corsage.

Felt Flowers
11.  Making Felt Flowers ~ These fun and festive felt pom flowers are the perfect addition to any event.  Change the color of the felt to coordinate with your party scheme.  Minimal supplies are needed, felt cut in circles, needle and thread, twine, and scissors.  Follow the tutorial to easily make your own pom flowers.

Fel Flower Pattern

12.  Felt Flower Tutorial ~ Instead of ribbons and bows, create some festive felt flowers to dress up your Christmas Packages.  You can even attach a string so that the gift wrap can double as a Christmas ornament.

Hair Felt Tutorial

Hair Felt Tutorial

13.  Felt Headbands {hair accessories} ~ Make these adorable felt hair accessories for your little one.  They include flower and bow hair clips and headbands.

14.  Felt Hair Clips {bobby pins} – If you are a girly girl or have daughters then this is the perfect project for you!  And, they are so stinkin’ cute!  There are tips to buying a good bobby pin and how to glue the felt, buttons and flowers to the bobby pins.

Felt Flowers

15.  Felt Brooch {poinsettia} ~ Adding this poinsettia brooch to the top of a gift not only spruces up the wrapping, but the receiver gets a little extra something.  And this is not just for Christmas; imagine it in a fabulous Tip Junkie blue… {wink}

Felt Making

Felt Making

16.  Felt iPad Sleeve ~ Know someone who lucked out and scored an iPad?  Use this great tutorial to make them a custom cover to keep it safe in their purse or backpack.

17.  Felt Giftcard Holder ~ The hand-stiched felt envelope is only the beginning of this creative way to present a giftcard.  By the time they get to the giftcard, they will feel like they’ve already gotten one gift.  {wink}

18.  Pajama Eater Monsters ~ These cute little felt monsters have a zipper in their mouth which opens a large pocket designed to hold the kiddo’s pajamas.  A fun way to get them to put away their jammies in the morn!

19.  DIY Indoor Hopscotch Mat ~ Create this indoor Hopscotch Mat using felt and a glue gun – no sewing required!  Perfect for when outdoor weather doesn’t cooperate.  Makes a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift.

Felt Creations

20.  Felt Car Play Mat ~ This is a great post with a DIY felt car play mat! Perfect to give to your little car lover for Christmas this year! Easy to make and customize to your little guy!

Felt Creations

Felt Creations

21.  Felt Shingle Christmas Tree ~ Here is a fun craft using felt to make a fabulous mini Christmas tree. Great to display during the holiday season! Easy to make with this tutorial!

Felt Flower

22.  PB Poinsettia Knockoff Pillow ~ This is such a beautiful poinsettia pillow!  I love the combination of the burlap pillow with the felt poinsettia and bells.  Imagine the color possibilities!

Felt Food Patterns

Felt Food Patterns

23.  Felt Cake {rainbow} ~ Make a felt rainbow cake complete with a candle and decorative frosting!

24.  Felt Cupcakes ~ You can make your own pattern for this cupcake by taking apart/cutting an aluminum cupcake baking cup.

Felt Food Patterns

25.  Felt Cookies With FrostingIf you have a little baker in your life, they are sure to love this gifts for children. This homemade set includes felt cut out cookies kids can roll out, cut out, bake, and frost all on their own!

Felt Animal Patterns

Felt Animal Patterns

26.  Felt Owls ~ These little felt owls would look so cute lined up on an entertainment center, or you could make an arrangement to hand out as party favors.  They would also be a fun and easy craft for girl’s camp or after school youth activity.

Felt Animals
27.  Felt Birds ~ Becca from Lavender’s Blue has generously shared this printable template and instructions on how to make this darling felt bird.

28.  Felt Dolls ~ A detailed tutorial on how to make these darling hand sewn felt dollies.

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29.  Felt Fish Game ~ Kids love to play fishing games. You can make these cute little fish out of sock and felt. Rather than using a traditional magnet pole, you create a small metal hook to “catch” the fish by the ribbons.



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