A Soft, Crinkly Tag Toy for Baby


A Soft, Crinkly Tag Toy for Baby

A Soft, Crinkly Tag Toy for Baby
A Soft Crinkly Tag Toy for Baby

"Our son Miles is almost six months old and is currently having a moment with all tags, so I decided to sew a soft tag toy for him to play with. I used scrap fabric and leftover ribbon (plus a very crinkly piece of plastic that came with one package delivery or other), and sort of just winged it – I didn't actually measure a thing! Here're the basics, though, if you want to make one too."

NotesGreat for stash-busting!

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


Materials List

  • Two pieces of fabric and one piece of batting, all cut to the same size
  • Pieces of ribbon cut to about 4" (or longer or shorter, depending on the length you want the "tags" to be)
  • Straight pins
  • Contrasting thread
  • Sewing machine
  • Crinkly plastic (optional)

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This is a great idea for anyone who needs to keep their baby or toddler entertained for car rides,doctors office or just visiting and if you add some small things like small teethers or toys and make the taggie larger depending on babys age. You can use leftover fabric scraps and ribbon too for a no cost project. This is also a great beginner project to sew.


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