10 Ribbon Toy Patterns For Little Hands

Sensory toys are all the rage and with one of these tutorials it’s easy to whip up something sweet and tactile for the little hands in your life. You can use a variety of ribbons, textured fabrics like terry, chenille, and minky, or crinkle material to make each project a fun experience. Each picture is a live link to where you can find the pattern/tutorial.

Free Sunshine Tutorial

Sunshine-021b

 

 

Free Blocks Tutorial  Using longer and shorter pieces can make rectangles or triangles could easily be modified.

soft block tutorial

 

If you have an embroidery machine this cute dino pattern is available on Etsy.

dinoITH

 

 

Another plushy pattern available on Crafty. Who doesn’t love a swimming friend?

octopus

 

Tagged star tutorial

star

 

For a personalized tag toy you can sew up this alphabet inspired option.

letter

Ribbon Ball. Mixed with the blocks you’ll have a complete set for building and throwing.

ball taggie

How about an animal shaped plushy? Check out the elephant and giraffe at Make it and Love it.
girraffe

Or how about this supre sweet ladybug. I think the wings give it an extra tactile bonus that’s sure to delight. With a few changes it could be a bee too. ladybug

 

Though my favorite is probably this little cloud using fabric as knotted ribbon in place of loops. cloud

 

This collection of tag toy projects is recommended for personal use, be sure to research applicable patents and regulations on sewing for profit.

Happy Crafting!

 

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