A few years back, we made a felt campfire for a kid’s camp-themed bedroom. But since I’ve been using my sewing machine more and more lately, I wanted to show all of you who love to sew another option. To re-create this kid’s fabric campfire, you can use the printed fabric I designed for Spoonflower, which also comes with my kid’s play tent and stump stool design.
If you want to make this fabric campfire instead of the felt version, I recommend purchasing this design on the cotton-linen blend. It’s 54″ wide and the complete set is included in the 5 yards.
Stop, Drop, and Craft
The only thing on fire this summer will be your crafting skills! Both our June and July Craft Collections include beautiful craft projects you can display in your home and creative playtime ideas for your kids. With our fabric campfire and play tent, felt play cafe set, and felt s’mores, your kids can camp out at home under the stars anytime they want. You can even join in with some real s’mores!
We would love to see all of the creative adventures you’ll go on this July. So be sure to share your projects with us on Instagram or Facebook by tagging #MadeWithLia. Happy crafting, friends!
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- Printed Campfire Fabric (comes with tent and stump stool)
- Matching Orange and Brown Threads
How to Make a Fabric Kid’s Campfire
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the full photo tutorial below.
- Trim flame and log pieces at the edge of the printed fabric.
- Pin or clip two flames with printed sides facing inward.
- Sew around outside edge of flame with orange thread, leaving opening at bottom.
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