Kids are a wonderful excuse to sew and, since September is National Sewing Month, now is the perfect time to sew one or more of these fun and unique projects that kids will love. You can sew up a cute baby carrier for a special little girl or a felt tool box for an adorable little boy – or vice-verse. I bet you can’t choose just one of these to make!
Baby Doll Carrier Tutorial @ Sew Bossi
Any little girl, or boy, would love to carry around their baby doll or stuffed toy in this doll carrier.
Baby Swing @ One Sassy Housewife
Forget about spending $135 on a baby swing, use the directions in this tutorial to make your own.
Bean Bag Pattern @ About.com
Learn how to sew bean bags you can use in a variety of games.
Bucket of Fish @ Moda Bake Shop
You can easily sew some fish toys along with a tote bag bucket you can store them in.
Checker Board and Storage Bag @ Cutting Corners College
Use these directions to make a checkerboard or even a tic tac toe game along with a bag to store the game pieces (which are buttons) in.
Child’s Cape Pattern @ Craft Buds
Any kid would love to run around wearing a cape that was made with love.
Clear Toy Storage Bags @ Make It and Love It
Not only will kids like using these clear bags, parents will appreciate them too.
DIY Teepee Tutorial @ There She Sews
This tutorial explains how easy it is to make a tent your little one will love.
Fabric Photo Magnets @ About Family Crafts
Discover how easy it is print photos on fabric and then turn them into fun magnets.
Face Play Mat @ Salsa Pie
Make this simple play mat for your favorite kids and then sew up different hair styles and facial features to go with it.
Felt Tool Box Pattern @ Serving Pink Lemonade
I think this is such a great idea and so easy to make using felt and a sewing machine.
I Spy Bag Tutorial @ Craftiness is Not Optional
Sew up a nag and fill it with plastic pellets and little trinkets the kids can search for.
Kids Art Bag @ Nap Time Creations
Make this simple bag that can hold a favorite coloring book or two and some crayons or markers.
Matchbox Organizer Pattern @ Pick Up Some Creativity
This amazing car organizer is made using a hanger and a couple yards of fabric. You can easily modify it to holder other toys instead of cars.
Memory Game @ The Purl Bee
Use felt and fabric scraps to make a colorful memory game the entire family can play.
Monster Baby Toy @ The Crafty Cupboard
I felt in love with this cute toy as soon as I saw it. This cute little monster won’t scare anyone.
Plush Alphabet Tutorial @ Chez Beeper Bebe
Use your fabric scraps to make every letter of the alphabet and then turn them into a magnet.
Ribbon Tab Blanket Pattern @ About.com
While this is called a blanket, it is a toy and kids should be supervised when they play with it.
Shopping Cart @ Project: Project
I love this unique sewing project that Beth made using a baby walker toy.
Toy Car Play Mat @ Kleios Belly
There are so many possibilities with this pattern. I can see it being hours of fun for kids of all ages.
I hope you get a chance to make all of these amazing projects. Which one of these will you sew first? Will you be sewing for a special little girl or boy or both?