Crafting with scraps of fabric, yarn, ribbon, and beads is one of my favorite past times. We have a whole bin (alright, two bins) full of different odds and ends that the kids and I use to in creating textile art. I love finding inspiration for future projects.
Another week of Playtime: Textile Art.
In the blog, Make + Believe, kids had fun creating three dimensional art using beads, pipecleaners and other bits from their craft bins.
Miss Jessi understands children, or at least mine – my girls love to spin and twirl. On Getting Messy with Ms Jessi, the kids cranked up the music and had fun dancing and twirling with a collection of ribbons.
Other recent submissions featuring textiles or crafting with fabric, ribbon and yarn included:
Homemade Beanbags – a collection by Mummy Musings and Mayhem
Yarn Balloon Hearts were made by the kids at Mommy Labs, as part of a lesson on how the heart works.
Textile Treasure Basket – for tots to explore and play pretend with was created by Paint on the Ceiling.
A collection of knitted rainbow gnomes were assembled by the kids over at Happy Whimsical Hearts.
I love browsing the different posts linked up each week into It’s Playtime! Thanks to all who participate and to my co-hosts for making this possible each and every week:
Let the Children Play
Hands On: As We Grow
The Imagination Tree
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