I love blocks. And I love felt boards. They're both terrific toys for open-ended, creative play. Put them together and you get . . . The Felt Blocks. They're shaped and proportioned like classic unit blocks, but they're flat, like classic felt board pieces. Rearrange them into anything you can imagine.
They're tactile. The French knots are delightfully bumpy and the split stitch makes nice raised stripes that are interesting to touch.
They can easily be stashed in a purse or bag. They're quiet. They're beautiful. They're very easy to make.
This is exclusively available as a PDF pattern, delivered instantly and ready to print onto letter-size paper. No shipping costs and no waiting! If you're not sure what a PDF pattern is, you'll find more info here.
You Get. . .
- a full-sized pattern
- a complete color and stitch guide
- links to videos teaching all the stitches I used
- detailed instructions for making the blocks
The largest rectangles are 2 inches x 4 inches.
Easy! The designs look complicated, but they are really just the most basic stitches repeated over and over again. And the pattern has links to videos teaching you how to do all of them!
You can find links to sources for many of my favorite tools and supplies here.
You'll need. . .
- wool blend felt in a variety of colors
- embroidery thread in a variety of colors
- embroidery needle
You might also want. . .
- Sulky Sticky Fabri-solvy (works great for transferring patterns to felt)
- Thread Magic
This pattern is not available for commercial resale. That means you may not copy and sell or digitally distribute the pattern or any variation of the pattern.
For example, you may not print the pattern and sell those copies.
You may, however, sell anything you make with Shiny Happy World patterns as long as you are the one making it.
For example, if you're using this pattern to make softies which you sell at a craft fair or in an online shop, that's great!
Talk to Me
If you're hiring out any part of the process, please get in touch and we'll work out a fair licensing agreement.
For example, if you want to hire someone to die cut all the felt pieces for you, or want to manufacture kits for this design, those two scenarios would require a licensing agreement. Get in touch! I'm easy to talk to. :-) email@example.com