Embroidery for Kids: Playtime Projects

We are rapidly approaching “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” These playtime embroidery projects are perfect for the little ones on your Christmas list!

Kick off the season with a game they can play for weeks. The Christmas Game from Louisa Meyer Originals. Extra motifs are also supplied to stitch a square adding your own special chore or a name. Large felt dice, felt tokens and a cute label to hand stitch onto the back of the quilt are also provided.

Every little girl needs this Purse and Accessories. From ID and credit cards to makeup and sunglasses, Molly Mine has not spared any detail. The set is sure to provide hours of make believe.

Imagine how much fun can be had with a Felt Gourmet Pizza. The crust, sauce, cheese, and all of the fixings are made in the hoop, thanks to detailed digitizing by Ananda’s Divine Designs. Everyone can make their own favorite.

Masks are great fun and unicorns are a favorite. These Sparkle Unicorn Masks from Hatched in Africa are available in several sizes so even dolly can take part in pretend.

A Jungle Safari Land Tote from SewAZ Embroidery opens into a jungle scene with plenty of freestanding animals and a couple of safari guides.

Fishing has never been so much fun. The secret of Stuffed Fish from Stitch Soup in a piece of metal in the fish and a magnet dangling from the pole. You could also add catnip for your four-legged friends.

Games can be good for you, too. The Peek-a-Boo Memory Game from Threads of Embroidery is fun and educational. The classic children’s game challenges them to memorize the locations of cards set out in a grid, with the goal of pairing together cards with the same image.

What is your favorite playtime embroidery project?