Monogrammed wool felt mouse pad.

11 Jun

Scallop and eyelet felt mousepad tutorial

This felt mousepad is an easy and fun project. I think they would make great gifts too.

You will need 

1 piece of thick wool felt (I used Margo’s Pink)

1 9″ x 12″ sheet of white wool blend felt plus scrap for monogram

1 hole punch

Thread to match wool and monogram

Felt glue (optional)

Scalloped base and rectangle template below

scalloped rectangle template

felt monogram

Step 1: Print your monogram. Choose a font and print out the initial so it fits into a 3″ x 3″ space.

See Andies Method for cutting felt for tips on cutting small or complicated bits of felt by hand.

Cut a rectangle of thick wool felt.

Step 2: Stitch letter onto your thick wool felt sheet. I found a running stitch provided the smoothest surface. I have been using this mousepad for over a month now and havent had any issues with the mouse jumping.

hole punch felt

Step 3: Cut your scalloped rectangle out of wool blend felt and hole punch the center of each scallop

* this will not work with acrylic felt and if your punch is dull you may have to cut the bottom of each punched hole loose.

How to make a felt mouse pad tutorial and pattern

Step 4: Attach rectangle to scalloped backing using a running stitch or felt glue.

easy felt mouse pad tutorial

Step 5: Ohh and AHH over your handiwork…it even makes my work table look nice!

Happy Crafting

Andie

Felt Mouse pad tutorial with initals

One Response to “Monogrammed wool felt mouse pad.”

  1. Maranda June 12, 2012 at 7:40 am #

    This is adorable! And you did an amazing job, especially considering felt can be extremely hard to cut. :P

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