Buckle toys are a fabulous way to help little ones develop their fine motor skills…but buying those types of toys in a store can be a shock to the pocketbook!
This wonderful Buckle Toy from Swoodson Says is made of fabric scraps. You can find your fasteners anywhere…repurposed, from a hardware store, even off of Ebay!
You’ll find the detailed tutorial here.
- random buckles. (she bought a lot of vintage notions off Ebay!)
- At least 3.5 feet of cording, lacing, ribbon, or webbing
- Fabric scraps for the car applique
- Car Applique Outline
- 2 buttons for the car applique headlights
- Wonder-Under scrap for the applique (optional – this is a fusible transfer product, you could just trace, pin, sew)
- 2 rectangular scraps of woven fabric- 9.5″ long by 8″ tall
- 2 rectangles of medium-weight interfacing-9.5″ long by 8″ tall(optional, depending on fabric weight)
- 2 KAM Snap Sets & applying tools (optional, not pictured)
Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner
See the Toddler Buckle Toy tutorial here!
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