Wall hangings and banners decorate homes at Diwali and our Diwali lacing card is inspired by a wall hanging. The very simple outline makes it suitable for very young children. If you want something more challenging perhaps you could try punching the dots along the wobbly line.
Diwali Lacing Cards
With simple outlines and geometric patterns our Diwali lacing cards will be fun for small hands to stitch. Slightly bigger hands could have fun making patterns by using different coloured wool or string.
You can simpllify the outline of this diya lacing card by cutting off the flame. Children could lace the card with yellow or orange yarn and maybe even add a tassle as a flame!
Peacocks are the national bird of India and this peacock lacing card would be a fun addition to an India or Diwali project. Print on to card, cut out and punch holes around the outside to let children practice their sewing skills.
Print our rangoli lacing card on to card, cut out, punch holes around the edge and let children practice their sewing skills using some bright coloured yarn.
This beautiful rangoli lacing card is simple enough for young children but older children can enjoy making patterns with different colour yarns. It's an interesting alternative way to visit rangoli designs.
This rangoli lacing card is such a simple outline that even the youngest children will soon be producing beautiful sewing, perfect for Diwali or as part of an Indian themed project.