10 Fast & FREE Felt Sewing Patterns You Can Finish in Minutes

Free Felt Sewing Patterns

Use up even the smallest of your scraps with these free felt sewing patterns.

Even though I don’t work with felt often, I somehow ended up with a lot of felt scraps in my stash. I love that felt comes in a lot of bright colors, and its texture makes it super easy to work with. I sometimes forget how easy and quick it can be to stitch up something made of felt!

These free felt sewing patterns work for any kind of felt, whether it’s the inexpensive by-the-sheet felt you find in the craft store or the high-quality wool felt you can purchase by the yard. Thanks to the fabric’s versatility, there are all kinds of free felt sewing patterns available to download, from toys and brooches to tech cases and even home decor.

Take a peek at your felt stash and choose a few of these free felt sewing patterns to stitch up in a flash.

Ice Cream Brooch FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Hello Felt

1. Ice Cream Brooch

You’ll need some backstitch embroidery skills to complete this cute little dessert. The brooch is simple to construct, and you’ll have a lot of fun adding the cute, colorful sprinkles!

Felt Food Sushi FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Caroline Jane

2. Felt Food Sushi

Use your felt scraps to make five different types of sushi that are perfect for kitchen play. If you don’t want to use it as a food toy, you can just use it as a fun display in your home. You could even sew the pieces to a large rectangle of felt and hang it on the wall of your kitchen.

Felt Flower FREE Sewing Tutorial

Photo via Jody Herbert

3. Felt Flower Tutorial

This flower was designed as a doll hair accessory, but there are plenty of other things you could do with it. Attach it to a child’s headband to add a pop of fun color, attach a pin to the back to turn it into a brooch, sew it to your favorite tote bag — there are so many possibilities! The edges of the flower are finished with a blanket stitch; if you’re not familiar with the technique, you can find a blanket stitch tutorial here in Option 3.

Acorn & Leaf Felt Fall Coasters FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via lovahandmade

4. Acorn and Leaf Felt Fall Coasters

Spice up your table with these cute acorn and leaf felt coasters. These coasters are simple enough even for beginners. If you can sew a simple running stitch, you have all the skills you need.

Felt Rilakkuma Bookmark, Marcapaginas FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Hello Felt

5. Felt Rilakkuma Bookmark

The felt makes the construction of this bookmark sturdy enough for even the most voracious reader. Stitch these assembly-line styles and make several as gifts that you can give throughout the year.

Felt Cartoon Heart Pillow FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Sew Some Stuff

6. Felt Cartoon Heart Pillow

This pillow is a perfect wedding gift or a present for your significant other on Valentine’s Day or an anniversary. You could even embroider the couple’s initials into the heart balloons.

Sew a FREE Smiley Sleep Mask Sewing Pattern

Photo via valentina_toys

7. Sew a Smiley Sleep Mask

Use your softest felt for this sleep mask. Felt is a great material for this since it’s soft but still thick enough to block light. Sew this up as a quick gift for a friend’s birthday or as part of a spa gift package.

Chrysi Pin FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Punk Mom

8. Chrysi Pin

Felt is a great choice for sewing flowers since it holds its shape and doesn’t flop over like most other fabrics. Sew this one up in your favorite color or combine different colors of felt for a multi-colored bloom.

Heart Hand Warmer FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Patchwork Posse

9. Heart Hand Warmer

Fill these with rice before you sew them up, then heat them in the microwave for instant warmth. They’re great for stuffing in your pockets before you leave the house on a chilly day or just for holding when you can’t seem to warm up fast enough.

Gizmo Cozy FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via Wendi Gratz

10. Gizmo Cozy

Felt is soft enough to protect even your favorite tech items, from phones to MP3 players. The pattern has instructions for measuring and fitting the cozy to any device, including tablets, laptops and e-readers.

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11 Responses to “10 Fast & FREE Felt Sewing Patterns You Can Finish in Minutes”
  1. Johanne Gariepy
    Johanne Gariepy

    Why is this offered if its not available… 🙁 not good. I have talked to many people about Craftsy now will have to tell them that im not sure they sould join.

    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Mellisa,

      Thank you for contacting us. I am sorry that you are experiencing technical difficulties with the pattern. We are aware of the issue and working on a resolution to get this resolved as quickly as possible. We are uploading new content every day!

      Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience, please check the link again towards the end of the month.

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  2. Susan White
    Susan White

    What is the status on the link to access this pattern? These are so cute, I just started felting and enjoy it so much. Thank you.

  3. Maritza Boothe
    Maritza Boothe

    Hello i would love to make these for my daughter is there a link I can watch?

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      Hello Sherry,

      Thank you for contacting us.

      I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. If a link or download is not working for you, please attempt your access again in a few weeks

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    • Hormonal Heifer
      Hormonal Heifer

      Don’t ya’ll get it yet? Remember the new “Craftsy” where it had to PAY to get anything? Well guess what, it is run by the same outfit. Maybe if we offered to “pay” for them they would Miraculously appear. Come on people, they have supposedly been working on this since DECEMBER. Now if you were a website developer wouldn’t you be slightly embarrassed, to say the least, not to have your site up and running in this amount of time? Personally, I think they are STILL trying to raise more money, that is why we don’t have the “good old” Craftsy we all loved and appreciated.