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Duck Softie Sewing Pattern For Kids

Make your own duck softie! A simple sewing project for kids using scrap felt and a needle and thread! Such a sweet and simple way to make your own stuffed animal!
Prep Time10 mins
Active Time30 mins
Total Time40 mins
Yield: 1 softie
Cost: $1

Equipment

  • pins
  • scissors

Instructions

  • Cut out duck softie templates. Pin each template to the felt and cut out the necessary pieces.
  • Pin the beak to the center of one of the felt squares.
    Thread a needle with a long piece of thread. If using embroidery floss, seperate the strand of floss into two sections (each section will have 3 strings of floss). Use one section for sewing.
    Tie a knot on the end. Stitch beak onto duck. Tie a knot on the back when you are finished and cut the thread.
    yellow square of felt with duck beak stitched on
  • Set the front of the softie to the side. Place the second square onto your work surface. Place wings and feet over the square.
    wings and feet on yellow felt square
  • Place the front piece on top, sandwiching the wings and feet in between. Add a few pins to keep everything together. Glue the eyes onto the front using hot glue or fabric glue.
    felt duck pinned and ready to stitch
  • Stitch around 3 sides, leaving the top side open. Stuff duck with a small handfull of stuffing.
    stuffing the duck softie with pillow stuffing
  • Stitch the opening closed.
    needle and thread stitching duck opening closed

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Notes

You can sew your entire project or glue your entire project. We used a combination of sewing and gluing. Hot glue works best when gluing felt, but fabric glue is safer for kids (prevents burns). If using fabric glue, allow some time for the pieces to dry.