This image shows a variety of craft projects you can make at home by printing the free patterns and printables at ChellyWood.com and by following Chelly Wood's easy-to-follow tutorial videos. The images in this gallery screenshot include a hacky sack Minecraft cube, a paper puppet, a miniature Christmas stocking, a quilted Christmas tree ornament, a dragon pincushion, a plush bear toy, an Instagram-themed pillow, a windmill pincushion, and tea towels with personalized applique towel toppers.

Craft Project Ideas With Free Patterns

ATTENTION BLOG FOLLOWERS: Today’s blog post is part of the new 2019 website renovations. I’m working behind the scenes to make it easier to find the patterns and tutorial videos you want. If you’d like to make one of the craft projects shown in this gallery, just follow these directions: Click on the photograph of the project you’d like to make. This will take you … Continue reading Craft Project Ideas With Free Patterns

This is a picture of the Chelly Wood doll at her computer. She's looking at the cover art for a doll collector's blog and meetup website. This image illustrates today's #FridayFollow recommendation.

#FridayFollow : check out @KickFireClassics for exploring classic #toys

This week on ChellyWood.com, I shared with you my footsack pattern and tutorial (showing how to make a footsack like the Hacky Sack brand of toys). Now that you’ve made one, how do you use it? Well for today’s #FridayFollow, I’m including a video tutorial made by KickFire Classics on YouTube. KickFire Classics specializes in YouTube videos that show kids how to use classic toys, … Continue reading #FridayFollow : check out @KickFireClassics for exploring classic #toys

This image is the header for a youtube tutorial video that shows you how to make a minecraft character hacky sack or footbag or footsack toy using felt and sewing needle with thread. It's an easy project for kids who love minecraft toys. The pattern is offered as a free pdf printable sewing pattern.

#SewingBlogger Thursday: #MineCraft #HackySack sewing project w/FREE Pattern

This week’s sewing project isn’t a doll clothes tutorial; it’s a craft project. We’re going to make a miniature MineCraft character cube that you can stuff like a plushie or fill with rice or beans to form a hacky sack / footbag / foot sack. So here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make this week’s MineCraft hacky sack / footbag: Tutorial … Continue reading #SewingBlogger Thursday: #MineCraft #HackySack sewing project w/FREE Pattern

Image shows the fabric of a doll's face inside an embroidery hoop, with a lovely blue eye on the doll's face. All around the eye, an embroiderer has used the satin stitch to sort of "paint" the eye, its eyelashes, and an eyebrow. The stitches are very delicate and lovely. Overlay says, "How to do the satin stitch" with a watermark of "chellyWood.com"

Satin #Stitch for #Embroidery #Crafts @ ChellyWood.com

I don’t usually talk in my videos, but in this one, you get to hear my voice for once. As the tutorial’s title implies, this video demonstrates the use of the basic satin stitch, which I used for Angelina Bear’s mouth, plus the surface satin stitch, which is also very useful for creating a sort of “painted” look on a doll or soft toy’s face. … Continue reading Satin #Stitch for #Embroidery #Crafts @ ChellyWood.com

Visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns. Image shows a stuffed bear or plush toy bear plushie made from a fat quarter or fabric quilter's quarter. The bear has large floppy ears and a cute fat nose on a fake fur fabric muzzle. The overlay says, "free pattern (for a) plush bear" and offers the URL ChellyWood.com where the pattern can be downloaded and printed.

#Sew a #bear with free #sewing pattern @ ChellyWood.com

This video shows you how to make “Angelina,” the plush toy bear, using my free sewing pattern. Angelina is the female companion to my firefighter bear, who wears a pair of denim jeans. Here are all the patterns and tutorials you’ll need to make Angelina and her companion: Angelina Bear Free printable sewing pattern for Angelina Bear Tutorial (shown above) Firefighter Bear Pattern 1 for FireFighter … Continue reading #Sew a #bear with free #sewing pattern @ ChellyWood.com

Image shows a printable sewing pattern for making a Smokey-like bear out of fabric. Image overlay offers the url ChellyWood.com

Free #teddybear #plush #toy pattern @ ChellyWood.com

I realize it says “Firefighter Bear” at the top. That’s because this is basically the same pattern I used for my firefighter bear,with slightly larger ears. This week we’ll be using the pattern to make Angelina, the companion teddy bear (or plush toy bear) for our firefighter bear. Here’s a link to the pattern’s actual page. If you need help downloading and printing my free … Continue reading Free #teddybear #plush #toy pattern @ ChellyWood.com

Please visit ChellyWood.com for free, printable sewing patterns. Image shows a pink bear plush toy (plushie or plushy) wearing a tulle tutu. She has big, floppy ears. Her fuzzy muzzle makes her face really cute with a big black nose and surrounded by clever eyes. The toy is made of cotton fabric, felt, and fake fur. This craft project comes with a free printable downloadable pattern found at ChellyWood.com (search for the gallery page).

#Sew a #bear #plushie #toy w/FREE pattern @ ChellyWood.com

This week we’ll be making this super easy-to-sew bear plushie (in the US, we would say “stuffed animal” or “soft toy” depending on the region you’re from). This little bear has been made using a cotton fabric quarter with polka dot print, pink and black felt, and a small swatch of fake fur fabric. I think you could easily make the bear out of any … Continue reading #Sew a #bear #plushie #toy w/FREE pattern @ ChellyWood.com

Image shows a soft toy bear in the likeness of Smokey Bear with overlay that says "free toy bear patterns and tutorial".

FREE #FireFighter bear #patterns @ ChellyWood.com show our support for #FireFighters

Even though August is over, fire season isn’t, here in North America! I hope some of you will show your support for our hard-working firefighters by making a firefighter bear for someone you know. It reminds us all that “Only YOU can prevent forest fires!” So here are the patterns you’ll need: Pattern 1 for FireFighter Bear Soft Toy Pattern 2 for FireFighter Bear Soft … Continue reading FREE #FireFighter bear #patterns @ ChellyWood.com show our support for #FireFighters