Free Cauldron Felt Sewing Pattern

Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn, and caldron bubble!

Snip and stitch and stuff and scream, this cauldron’s so cute for your Halloween!

Finished Size:
Approximately 2½ inches (6.35cm) wide.

Felt & Embroidery Floss:

Size 9 x 12 inch felt sheets and 6-strand embroidery floss.

  • “Spooky” Black
  • “Eye of Newt” Purple
  • “Glowing Worm” Green
  • “Ghostly” White

Other Supplies: 

  • Embroidery needle.
  • Scissors.
  • Stuffing.

Cut pieces only as needed. Separate and use one (1) strand of matching embroidery floss to attach pieces unless otherwise specified.

1. Cut two (2) Cauldron, BLACK.

2a. Cut two (2) Eyes, PURPLE.

2b. Appliqué Eyes to Cauldron (Front).

2c. Using two (2) strands of WHITE floss, make a french knot and straight stitch for each eye.

2d. Using two (2) strands of PURPLE floss, straight stitch mouth.

3a. Cut two (2) Handle from BLACK felt.

3b. Cut two (2) Foot from BLACK felt.

3c. Cut two (2) Rim from BLACK felt.

3d. Applique Rim, Handle, Foot to Body (Front & Back).

4a. Cut two (2) Potion from GREEN felt.

4b. Cut two (2) sets of Bubbles from WHITE felt.

4c. Applique Bubbles to Potion (Front & Back).

4d. Applique Potion to Cauldron (Front & Back).

5. Whipstitch and applique Cauldron (Front) to Cauldron (Back), stuffing as you stitch.

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2 comments

  • Oh No, let me look into it. I had the blog hosted elsewhere and moved it.

    • Lisa from CraftyAlien
  • I ADORE this little cauldron!!! It’s says it’s a free pattern, but I can’t figure out how to get the pattern. Am I being dense, or am I missing something? I’ve tried clicking on the pattern pic, even attempted to open the pic in a new window, but nothing works to get it to the point that it would print at a size equal to the 2.5 inches you reference. Whats the magic solution???? LOL!

    • Lora Cotton