Friday, February 12, 2021

20 Heart Shaped Things to Sew for Kids

 We have all the heart eyes for these heart shaped projects and patterns!  

Get inspired by these 20 things to make for kids using hearts!


How to draft your own heart shaped lapel. Find the tutorial here.


The LOVERALLS DUNGAREES patterns!  One of our favorites!  (Also pictured, the Tip Top Tunic and Dress pattern...on sale right now...)

This epic woven heart insert by Art Bella Creates during Season 18 wakes us up at night sometimes still!  


A heart shaped bib on a pinafore dress by Max California in Season 6.  See the project here.


Shwin & Shwin wins the prize for the most hours spent creating an ombre heart made entirely from french knots during the All-Star Season. 


Flannel fabric with hearts is the right choice for any project!

Be still my beating heart...a vinyl heartbeat project for boys by Cut, Sip, Sew during Season 24.

Does it get better than sequin hearts pins on swimsuits?  We whole-heartedly agree with Made of Starlite's choice in Season 21.

A tutorial for heart elbow patches?  Yes please!!!

Oversized heart shaped pockets?  Let's put them on everything, like CP in Season 4.


An adorable pixelated heart baby quilt from Skirt Fixation.


A sweet heart shaped open back dress by Winter W3 in Season.  See the project here.

An embroidered monogramed heart by Annie Sewzalot from Season 24.

Heart shaped buttons for the win by That's Sew Kari in Season 23.

A heart shaped backpack!  And this on is laminated for extra long lasting use.


Heart knee patches are the best!  These were sewn by Love Hazel Grace Designs in Season 21.


Topstiched hearts on the back pocket of jeans should be a trend, don't you think?  First seen by Art Bella Creates on Season 18.

What's better than one heart?  Two hearts!!  This tutorial is for heart knee patches, and works for that double heart on the shirt too.

A Valentines Day Skirt!!!  Love this cute project from Simple Simon and Co.

This heart shaped purse would be any child's dream!  Tutorial from Sew Much Ado.

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