Teaching my daughter how to sew has been surprisingly fun and easy. We started working on creating a sewing kit of her very own. This book of needles is a simple project that helps her keep her needles and needle threader read for action. She worked on skills such as sewing on a button and using the running stitch to add a pocket.

Sewing with Kids- Book of Needles

 

Teaching my daughter how to sew has been surprisingly fun and easy. We started working on creating a sewing kit of her very own. This book of needles is a simple project that helps her keep her needles and needle threader read for action. She worked on skills such as sewing on a button and using the running stitch to add a pocket.

Sewing with Kids-Book of Needles

Teaching my daughter how to sew has been surprisingly fun and easy. We started working on creating a sewing kit of her very own. This book of needles is a simple project that helps her keep her needles and needle threader read for action. She worked on skills such as sewing on a button and using the running stitch to add a pocket.

 

What you will need:

What to do:

  1. First sketch a rectangle (ours is 5inX3in) on a piece of paper, transfer onto your sheet of felt.
  2. Cut out your rectangle.
  3. Next, sew on your button to one side of the felt. Sew it to the middle of the side.
  4. Now fold the felt over the button.
  5. Use chalk to mark the felt on top of the button.
  6. Fold the felt on the chalk mark, Cut along the chalk mark to make a buttonhole.
  7. Cut out a small square of felt (ours is 2in X 2in). You can place this wherever you want in your book. It will be used to hold your needle threader.
  8. Sew a running stitch around the border leaving the top open.
  9. Place your needles inside your book.  Basic Running Stitch teaching kids how to sew an emoji pillow

Younger Kids

AJ still shows a lot of interest in sewing, when Isabella is sewing. I mentioned in other posts how we are including him in our sewing activities by using lacing boards. Lacing boards are a great introduction to sewing for younger kids and excellent for their fine motor skills as well.

LET US KNOW

Have you taught your kids to sew or are you just starting to? Do you have any recommendations for projects or skills you would like to work on? Let us know in the comments. If you have tried this project snap a photo and share it with us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram using the hashtag- #bloomingbrilliant

 

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