LDS Sewing (Lacing) Cards

Hi friends! It’s Chrissy from, and I have a printable that the kiddos are gonna love!

They are LDS sewing cards, and they are perfect for sacrament meeting, primary, family home evening, or anytime!

LDS Sewing Cards

.One of the biggest struggles we have as moms and primary teachers is keeping the kids quiet and reverent at church, baptisms, or general conference. I mean, kids just weren’t meant to sit still for very long.  Just tonight while we were reading our scriptures, my 5-year-old could not sit still.  As a parent, it’s exhausting to watch but can be a bit exasperating in a public setting like church.

One strategy that has worked well for our family has been filling the church bags with magnets, coloring books, and sewing cards.

I recently made some summer sewing cards and as my kids have played with them at church every Sunday since I made them. So I thought it was time to make some LDS sewing cards. I love it when the kids have something to do at church that reminds them of church teachings. It’s a win-win!
LDS Sewing Cards

LDS Sewing Cards

So here’s what you do: (the following links are affiliate links. This means that if you purchase something from this link, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. As always, feel free to shop around for the best price. Thank you for your support!)

1. Download the sewing cards linked below and print them out on card stock or heavy paper.

2.Cut out the shapes, and if desired, laminate them. I use an older version of this laminator and I love it!

3.Next you need to punch holes around the card. I think a standard hole punch works great here. It makes the holes big enough for the kids to easily put the string through. Holes closer together will be more challenging and holes farther apart will be easier.

4.Find your string of choice. I like shoelaces (38″ or 45″ lengths works great), yarn, and twine. If using yarn or twine, it’s a good idea to put some tape on one end (this prevents fraying and makes it easier for the kids to put through the holes) and tie a double knot on the opposite end so the string won’t come out.


.Kids love these fun and colorful graphics. Plus, these familiar LDS graphics make these the perfect quiet activity for all things church related!


I hope you get a chance to make these LDS sewing cards for all the little people in your life. They have been fun for my kids at church and I hope your kids love them as well! Leave a comment and let us know what you think! We love to hear from you. ♥


Click HERE to download these LDS Sewing Cards.


You may also like these other free printable from Teepee Girl:

Summer Sewing Cards

These sewing (lacing) cards are fun for parties & afternoons at home! Or use them to keep busy hands quiet at church. Free printable at


I Spy Sunday Printable GameThis free I Spy Sunday printable game is perfect for church, Sunday School, primary, and family home evening! If you are looking for a great way to help kids get through church, this game is perfect! Just print and laminate fur use over and over again! Get it today at!.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.

Chrissy Olsen

Chrissy Olsen

I believe YOU can fulfill your most important callings at home and church. I believe YOU can teach, minister, and inspire those around you in a meaningful way.

And printables can help.

I make printables so that LDS mothers can fulfill their callings beautifully and easily. ♥

Chrissy Olsen

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  1. MARY

    I cannot get the IDS lace cards to load.

    1. Chrissy Olsen

      I just emailed them to you, Mary! ♥

  2. Kathi Turner

    I could not get the LDS sewing cards to download either

    1. I’ll go check the link and update it. Thanks!

  3. Chris workman

    I would love to have a copy of these, but the link is not working–perhaps because it is a zip link rather than a pdf?? Your summer punch cards worked great! Thanks for the cute ideas.

  4. Monseybianca

    seria super bueno contar con estos recursos en español

  5. Gail R

    Saved the day for me. I had a short primary lesson and got great enrichment ideas here

    1. Yay! Glad these helped fill some time. These lacing cards are so fun.

  6. Beth

    🙁 I couldn’t get the link to work

    1. I’ll double check the link. Sorry about that.