Sewing Projects Using Wool
Felted wool is easy to handle, doesn’t fray, and is quite forgiving. Browse our collection of free sewing patterns that use felted wool, then start stitching!
A purple felted wool square makes a bold background for a funky flower appliqué. Combine cotton, ribbon, and wool for a pillow with a folk art look.
Go to Wool Flower Pillow.
Adorn a felted wool sewing caddy with a wool flower to create a small sewing holder for your needle, scissors, and thread.
Go to Sewing Caddy.
Wool pincushions posing as spring hats make perfect favors for a Mother's Day luncheon or a coveted option in a quilting guild pincushion exchange.
Go to Spring Hats Pincushion.
Gather felted wool scraps to appliqué sunflower pincushions that fit your wrist. They make great gifts for fellow quilters and needlework artists.
Go to Wristband Pincushions.
Appliqué a houndstooth owl and a plaid branch atop a wool pillow embellished with zipper trim.
Go to Wool Owl Pillow.
Put small wool pieces to work in a fall-theme needle case. Assemble them in multiples—they make great gifts for quilting retreats or other quilting gatherings.
Go to Fallen Leaves Needle Case.
Use small pieces of wool to create tiny pincushions. Tie the heart- and flower-shape pincushions onto a sewing basket.
Go to Tie-On Pincushions.
Keep your needles, scissors, and thread in an embroidered sewing roll that combines cotton prints and wool scraps.
Go to Sewing Roll.