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The Best Felt Fabric Sheets

Felt fabric sheets in various colors piled up in a stack.

Children love crafting. While they’re having fun, they’re also learning how to express themselves through art and discovering new materials to spark creativity. Fabric crafting — especially with felt sheets — is a great way to get children off their screens while helping them explore different types of colors and textures. Check out these top picks for the best felt fabric sheets to use for your child’s next crafting project.

You’ll like that these kid-friendly felt fabric sheets are just a millimeter thick but quite stiff, which makes them sturdy yet easy to cut and sew. You’ll get an assorted array of colors and a total of 44 individual felt squares.

You’ll love that this set of felt fabric sheets for kids comes with a variety of hues and includes fluorescent, glitter and metallic-finish sheets. These are perfect for all kinds of crafting projects requiring a variety of felt textures.

You’ll get 42 pieces in an assortment of colors with these felt fabric sheets for kids. The standard 1-millimeter thickness provides a bit of stiffness for easy cutting with minimal fuzz.

You get fewer pieces but larger sheets with this kids’ felt fabric option in an assortment of colors. Each of the high-density pieces is 8 by 12 inches and 1.4 millimeters thick.

The 72-inch wide felt fabric sheets are available in many different colors. This felt is 1.5 millimeters thick. Note that it’s cut into individual pieces, so how many sheets you receive depends on your selection of 1-yard or 2-yard lengths. An order of five 1-yard pieces will be five separate 1-yard sheets, while an order of five 2-yard pieces equals 10 yards total.

Expert Commentary

When you want to introduce your child to the basics of fabric crafting, felt sheets may be an option for you to consider. These sheets are bright, easy to use and incredibly child-friendly. Fabric crafting is a great way to activate your child’s creativity and to get them to spend less time in front of the television or on gadget screens.

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Melissa Spurling

Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.


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