We did a review earlier in the week for Smart-Fab non-woven fabric.
We did this project as well but thought the 2 projects should be separate.
We try to do lots of fun and creative activities in our house. We were trying to be original with Smart-Fab, but MAN people in the world are so creative!
We did find some things around the house and a great use for Smart-Fab. First off, she got wild with the first roll we opened. That was fun enough for a kid with a fever..
She tried to wrap herself in it.
That was fine, there was no destroying it.
I had a big embroidery hoop in my sewing room, and I decided to place a piece of the Smart-Fab in it. I gathered a plastic knitting type needle (not too pointy) and poked some holes in the fabric. It was really easy to do, and it didn't tear in the process.
I then strung up some yarn and showed the toddler how the work was to go- by sewing the yarn through a few holes. She was off and running.
I really love the fine hand control she is using to manipulate the needle here. She was very careful and worked the yarn as I had shown her.
She was inspecting her work carefully to make sure she was doing it right.
Smart-Fab is perfect for this project. You can find out more on Smart-Fab's site.
Thanks for checking out our Smart-Fab Sewing Project for Toddlers