This DIY felt fox is all ready for winter with his green felt scarf! Lia Griffith will teach you how to make this decoration from scratch.
What kid wouldn’t want a beautiful felt pony just like these ones? Lia Griffith has worked out how to make her own version of the popular child’s toy, and you’re going to love her instructional guide!
Does it get any cuter than a deer wearing a bow? Just think of how proud you will be when you re-create this crafty masterpiece from Lia Griffith!
Pine cones seem to be everywhere around Christmas time, so now you can transform them into felt owls by following this project tutorial from Lia Griffith! These would also look fantastic hanging on your Christmas tree.
Leaf garlands have made a huge comeback in entertainment décor this year, but they can be costly. Why not create your own felt leaf garland just as Lindsay Stephenson has done?
Transform a basic sweater with this DIY felt heart elbow patch. Lucky Pony will show you how it’s done!
These little mice have been made from felt and they fit in a tin for the ultimate adorable present! Mmm Crafts has the pattern to help you re-create this wonderful idea.
This felt animal mask from Mom Spark is both fun and easy to make! When it’s not being worn it also looks fantastic on display somewhere in your home.
Next time you host a little soiree, why not create a felt heart garland to decorate your space with? This rainbow one from Momtastic looks wonderful and you can also re-create it any colors that you want!
You can even make baby booties from felt for an ultra-soft and lightweight little shoe! Mother’s Niche will teach you everything you need to know to re-create these.
Those colorful felt balls you often find at craft stores are great for plenty of projects, including making a garland just like My Sparkle has done! You save a bit of money by creating your own felt garland too, rather than purchasing one from a store.
These felt mittens would look wonderful all hanging in a row across your fireplace. Luckily for you, Nana Company has provided you with the pattern!
This felt flower project from Not Martha takes the cake in terms of being both realistic and containing incredible detail! While this is perhaps more suited to those with some previous craft experience, everyone will want to have a go!
Rather than purchasing multiple cardboard party hats, why not create some felt versions that you can keep and reuse again and again? Mix and match your favorite colors to create different looks, just as Off Beat Home has done.
It’s a felt version of everyone’s favorite ol’ fashioned game – noughts and crosses! The best part? This design from Oleander and Palm rolls up for easy storage.
Add instant sophistication and style to any outfit with this DIY felt necklace project from Polkadot Chair. Black and white will go with everything, while felt with pops of color is sure to attract admiring glances!
Help make counting sheep a little easier for your child with this fun DIY felt mobile from Rust and Sunshine. The sheep are adorable and are sure to help your little one drift off to the land of nod.
These felt acorn designs double as lightweight and durable coasters to place underneath your drinks! Sew Mama Sew has a wonderful tutorial for you to follow.
If you haven’t already jumped on the succulent bandwagon, you’d want to hurry up! These little green plants mean serious business, and Shaken Together Life has created a no-fuss felt version.
For one of the most simple yet clever bookmarks you can make, check out this DIY tutorial from Simple Serendipities! The felt heart shape is a lovely idea.
When it comes to re-creating your favorite Disney princesses out of felt, look to Snap Eat Run for all of the inspiration you’ll ever need! Children are sure to love these too.
Peonies really are a girl’s best friend, and they’re one of the most popular flowers in wedding bouquets. Something Turquoise will teach you how to create a felt version of the bloom – Too pretty!
For the bride and groom who are after something a little different for their wedding, why not embrace felt flower boutonnieres? Something Turquoise will show you how it’s done!
Something Turquoise is the felt foliage queen, so look to this wonderful tutorial to learn how to create eucalyptus leaves using the popular material.
Billy ball flowers have become very popular of late, but like all flowers, they unfortunately don’t last forever. Thankfully, Something Turquoise has discovered a way to immortalise this popular flower – create it using felt!
After following several of Something Turquoise’s DIY felt foliage tutorials, you can put all of your hard work together to re-create this stunning bouquet. What a wonderful idea!
These felt finger puppets from Style Me Pretty are sure to win over even the littlest of kids! Choose your favorite design to make, or if you’ve got some extra time up your sleeves, create all four of them.
Create these ‘adopt-a-monster’ pets using felt for a simple, fast, and adorable gift. The Homes I Have Made has a great tutorial to teach you how it’s done.
Wouldn’t these hanging felt peonies make the most beautiful decorations? Tiffercolabear will show you the steps she took to achieve this pretty masterpiece.
Everyone goes nuts for donuts, and now you can create your own little felt versions just as Torreadora has done – no calories involved! You can also swap the pink felt for brown or white to create different ‘flavors’.
Fancy a lightweight handbag which is both durable and stylish? Trend Hunter has this amazing tutorial teaching you how to re-create this great design.
These colorful felt tissue pockets are perfect for storing in your handbag to easily locate your tissues, or even for keeping in your car’s dashboard, on your desk…the options are endless! True Aim has this step-by-step guide.
There’s no denying that this yeti-like creature is too cute for words. Surprise a little loved one with this creation this Christmas by following Tuts Plus’ tutorial.
This felt loch ness monster is the perfect addition to any nursery, plus kids will love sitting on it to play games or read. You’ll also love We Lived Happily Ever After’s insightful tutorial.
You’d pay a small fortune in the stores for a handmade ice cream clutch, so why not just create your own using felt? The pattern by Wiki How is super easy to re-create, plus felt is an affordable and durable material.
There you have it – 70 DIY felt projects which you’re sure to find helpful. Which projects will you be creating? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!