Now, this is the kind of snail you want in your garden! This felt snail that Krista designed is just too cute, and we love the pink and peachy shades she chose to make it in. As always, you can make your snail in any kind of felt color you want.
To help you make this sweet, little fella, we have a pattern and tutorial for you to follow. Plus you can find all of the supplies we used linked below.
This felt snail would make a fun addition to a felt veggie garden for kids. You can craft your own garden using the patterns from our felt root vegetables project as well as these garden signs and markers. We also have a felt watering can, a felt gnome, and some cute felt mushrooms you can make. All of these craft projects are perfect for pretend play, and you can even make a magical garden alphabet poster to hang in your little one’s room.
As with most of our 3D felt animals, this felt snail is somewhere between a beginner and intermediate project. We’d love to see your version of this felt craft, so be sure to share photos with us on our Facebook page for members or by using the hashtag #MadeWithLia on Instagram.
Skill level: Beginner-intermediate.
Embroidery stitches used: Blanket stitch, whip stitch, double running stitch, and backstitch. Want more guidance on these stitches? Check out our free embroidery guide.
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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Detail Scissors
- Embroidery Needles
- Clover Marbled Glass Head Pins
- Stuffing Tool or Chopstick
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — Almond and Rose Quartz
- Embroidery Floss — DMC Light Mocha Beige (3864), Very Light Shell Pink (224), and Black (310)
- Polyester Fiber Fill — Lia Griffith Stuffie Puff
- Black Safety Eyes — 5mm
- Tacky Glue
- Fabric Pen — Dritz Disappearing Ink
- 6″ Chenille Stems
How to Make a Felt Snail
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut out felt according to pattern using a cutting machine with a rotary blade (optional) or scissors. 3
- Match up the edges and pin together a body piece with the underside, starting at the tail end of the snail’s body . Blanket stitch together using 1 strand of floss to match the felt.
- Continue to blanket stitch, following the curve up to the head.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Love working with felt? Explore all of our felt crafts you can make, like our felt spring wreath and other little felt creatures.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
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I will share that suggestion with Krista. 🙂
This little snail is so adorable!!
Lol! Who would have thought!?!