Campfire

πŸ”₯Don’t let the summer heat keep you from that campfire and s’mores! This DIY campfire is perfect for kids and even includes fabric marshmallows and s’mores!

Pattern

Materials

  • Flannelette Solids – Lemon – 0.2m
  • Flannelette Solids – Saffron – 0.2m
  • Flannelette Solids -Dark Red – 0.5m
  • Flannelette Solids – Bison – 0.4m
  • Flannelette Solids – Tannin – 0.2m
  • Flannelette Solids – Snow White – 0.2m
  • Flannelette Solids – Plum Kitten – 0.3m
  • Fibre Fill – 1lb bag
  • Fabric Marker – Black
  • *Quick Fabric Tube Turner – 1 packet
    *can be substituted for wooden dowels or scavenge for some sticks!

Cutting Instructions

From:
Lemon – (6) Small Flames
Saffron – (6) Medium Flames
Dark Red – (6) Large Flames
Bison – (4) 15β€³ x 9β€³ rectangles
(4) 3 1/2” x 2 1/2” rectangles
Tannin – (8) 3 1/2” x 2 1/2” rectangles
(8) 3β€³ circles
Snow White – (2) 4 1/2” x 2 1/2” rectangles
(4) 3 1/2” x 2 1/2” rectangles
(4) 1 1/2” circles
Plum Kitten – (6) small rocks
(6) medium rocks
(6) large rocks

Fire Assembly

Seam Allowance: 1/4β€³

  1. Place (1) small flame wrong side to right side with (1) medium flame, lining up the bottom edges. Pin in place and edge stitch around to secure.

2. Place (1) medium/small flame wrong side to right side with (1) large flame, lining up the bottom edges. Pin in place and edge stitch around to secure. Repeat steps 1-2 for a total of (6) large flames.

3. Place (2) large flames right side together. Pin in place and stitch around to secure, leaving a 3β€³ gap to turn through.

4. Snip and trim corners, turn right way out. Fill with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

Repeat steps 3-4 for a total of (3) large flames

5. Line all (3) flames up and hand stitch sides together.

6. Fold (2) open sides together and hand stitch together.

Log Assembly

  1. Take (1) 15β€³ x 19β€³ rectangle and use a black fabric marker to draw bark lines on the right side of the fabric.

2. Fold (1) 15β€³ x 9β€³ rectangle in half, right sides together. Stitch down side to secure. Leaving a 3β€³ gap to turn through.

3. Pin (2) 3β€³ circle to the tube right sides together, stitch to secure. Turn log right way out, fill with fibre fill and topstitch to close the gap.

Rock Assembly

  1. Take (2) small rocks and place right sides together. Stitch around to secure. Leaving a 1β€³ gap to turn right way out.

2. Turn rock right way out, fill with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

Repeat steps 1-2 for small, medium and large rocks.

Smores Assembly

  1. Take (2) Tannin 3 1/2β€³ x 2 1/2β€³ rectangles and place right sides together. Stitch around to secure. Leaving a 2β€³ gap to turn right way out.

2. Turn rectangle right way out, fill sparingly with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

3. Topstitch around the edge of the cracker, down the center and across the middle. Use a brown marker to mark dots on the cracker.

Repeat steps 1-3 for a total of (4) crackers

4. Take (2) Bison 3 1/2” x 3 1/2” rectangles and place right sides together. Stitch around to secure. Leaving a 2β€³ gap to turn right way out.

5. Turn rectangle right way out, fill sparingly with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

6. Topstitch around the edge of the chocolate, down the center and across the middle. Stitch across the middle of the top and bottom section.

Repeat steps 4-6 for a total of (2) chocolate bars

7. Take (2) Snow White 3 1/2β€³ x 2 1/2β€³ rectangles and place right sides together. Stitch around to secure. Leaving a 2β€³ gap to turn through.

8. Turn rectangle right way out, fill sparingly with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

Repeat steps 7-8 for a total of (2) melted marshmallows.

Marshmallow Assembly

  1. Fold (1) 4 1/2” x 2 1/2” rectangle in half, right sides together. Stitch down side to secure. Leaving a 1β€³ gap to turn right way out.

2. Pin (2) 1 1/2β€³ circles to tube right sides together, stitch to secure. Turn marshmallow right way out, fill with fibre fill, and topstitch to close the gap.

4. Snip a hole in the bottom of (1) circle, big enough for your wooden stick to go through.

Repeat steps 1-4 for a total of (2) marshmallows.

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