Free and paid Marvel Universe Felt Sewing Patterns
“Whatever you do, do it well.” -Walt Disney
Free and Paid Marvel Universe Felt Sewing Patterns
I love making felt crafts and creating cute patterns. Here is another free felt craft pattern of my own design. This time I decided to visit the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This free sewing pattern is very easy to make and would make a great gift for a fan of the MCU.
If you have never made felt toys or felt ornaments, they are fun. And there are a lot of felt patterns that are super easy to make. If you are looking for free felt patterns, scroll to the bottom of this post to check out my other free patterns.
But first, here is one of my free felt patterns: Captain America’s shield. You can use this pattern to make felt ornaments or felt toys. If you want to use it to create magnets and keychains, just change the size setting on your printer to make the design a little smaller.
Captain America Free Felt Sewing Pattern
If you are looking for a geeky felt sewing pattern, you have come to the right place. If you make this free Captain America felt sewing pattern, please share it with us all. I cannot wait to see your completed projects.
All I ask is you do not sell this pattern as your own. Please share the link and let everyone enjoy the pattern for free.
So, let’s get started with this beginner-friendly free felt sewing pattern.
How to Sew Felt Stitches / Marvel Comics' Captain America Shield
If you already know how to sew felt ornaments, you will be able to complete this pattern in no time at all. If you are new to hand sewing felt patterns, this is a super simple project that uses 3 types of stitches. These are the running stitch, whipstitch, and blanket stitch.
Below are three very helpful YouTube videos that will show you how to complete these very simple stitches.
Running Stitch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1-B01FB56s
Blanket Stitch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpTRSsbqUso
This video is a little long. However, it is the only one that I could find that shows you how to start and finish the blanket stitch.
Whipstitch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUeLCex5zRY
How to Sew a Felt Toy | Captain America Shield
I hope you enjoy this Marvel Heroes felt sewing pattern. And please share it with your friends too!
Felt (Black and White)
Embroidery Floss (Black and White)
Printer and Paper
Free Felt Pattern Printable PDF
Ribbon or String (optional)
Free Printable Sewing Pattern Below
Instructions for making a Plush Captain America Shield
Now here is the fun part. Let’s get started!
How to make a felt toy | Free Captain America Felt Sewing Pattern:
1. Collect all your supplies.
2. Print off the free sewing pattern located under the supplies list.
3. Cut out the felt sewing pattern pieces.
4. Pin the pieces to the felt. Each piece is marked on which color to use.
5. Gently cut out all the pieces. Felt can be hard to cut, especially with dull scissors. You will need to cut 2 pieces of the large red circle.
6. Position the white star in the center of the blue circle. Attach the start using the running stitch (white embroidery thread).
7. Center the blue circle, with the star facing up, on top of the smallest red circle. Use the whipstitch (blue embroidery thread) all the way around the blue circle.
8. Center the star/blue circle/red circle “stack” on top of the white circle. Use the whipstitch (red embroidery thread) all the way around the red circle.
9. Center the star/blue circle/red circle/white circle “stack” on top of one large red circle. Use the whipstitch (white embroidery thread) all the way around the white circle.
10. If you are making the Captain America Glove into an ornament. Position the ribbon or string on the back of the “stack”. Have the loop come out directly above one point of the star. Make sure the loop is long enough you can hang it on a tree branch. To keep it in place, I add a little stitch.
11. Place the current “sack” on top of the last red circle. Use the blanket stitch (red embroidery thread) to sew them together. Do not sew it completely shut. Leave a decent size hole for filling the shield. Make sure that your stitches run through the ribbon (if you are making an ornament) to keep it in place.
12. Once you have the pieces attached and have left a hole for filling, take small chunks of the Poly-fil and start stuffing the shield. Make sure you get an even fill throughout the project. I did not add too much stuffing since I wanted more of a flat look.