Accuquilt Blog Hop ~ Fun with Felt!

I am back with another perfect project for the littles in your life! I loved crafting with my kids and now I get to do it with my grands. Together, we created this portable felt background and felt shapes.

It didn’t take much to get these two helpers on board.

And it didn’t take long before we had a pile of shapes to work with!

I made the background out of flannel from my stash and then it was time to play!

E3 was all over this!

He let me know what kind of shapes he needed more of. He made Winslow driving a Jeep!

I love those little baby hands!

He took it home and, a bit begrudgingly, shared with his brother. Daughter #1 says he has spent hours and hours playing with this low tech toy. It is great for math skills, shapes, colors, patterns, and developing creativity.

You can find a PDF of instructions, including how to make the background , by clicking here.

Check out the other blog hop projects by clicking the links below.

Blog Hop Schedule

October 4: GO! Gnome Kitchen Magnets – Katy

October 5: Build A Snowman – Vicki

October 6: Felt Pieces – Katy

October 7: GO! No Sew Christmas Ornaments – Suzy

October 8: GO Christmas Tablecloth – Denise

October 11: GO! Gnome Tea Towel – Suzy

October 12: Mini Monthly Calendars – Laura

October 13: Pennant Projects – Terri

October 14: Flutter Pillow – Melanie Call

October 15: Ricebag/ Cube – Jennifer Strauser

October 16: No Sew Magnets – Melanie Call

Have a great day!


About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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4 Responses to Accuquilt Blog Hop ~ Fun with Felt!

  1. Sandi says:

    It looks like everyone was having a good time!! I love it. Hugs,

  2. Wendy C Reed says:

    Oh what fun! I remember the flannel boards we used to have at Sunday School. We had hours of fun with our Sunday School teacher laying out stories.

  3. Vivian B. says:

    Fun with Grands and felt! Isn’t great when they are thoroughly entertained by something NOT electronic?

  4. Denise says:

    Adorable. Isn’t it great that the cutters can provide so much stimulation.

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