Your Favorite Little One’s Childhood Can Last Forever By Sewing Their Artwork


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I love children’s art and think it should be framed and hung on the wall for everyone to see, but what the tutorials below does with children’s art is even better!

You can trace your little one’s drawings onto fabric and create memorable keepsakes. With this technique, you can pass on your child’s drawings over generations.


I can’t think of a cuter quilt or wall hanging than one like Minki Kim does in this tutorial.

I thought this was such a unique idea that I decided to transfer some of my grandchildren’s drawings on fabric to sew at the bottom of my denim flounce skirt and it couldn’t be cuter.

I just love it, and apparently other people do too. I get so many compliments!

Transferring them isn’t difficult either. Just make a copy of the original drawing, cut out each part and trace on a fusible web, add the colors of fabric you’d like, fuse, and sew on to batting and backing!

Need more details?

Watch how Minki Kim transfers these children’s drawings to fabric in her step by step tutorial below and give it a try yourself!