The pattern is color coordinated with the shapes, this way, children can learn colors at the same time they are learning the shapes. Please use the same colors as listed here for each shape so that every shape is the same color.

Also, print all patterns "actual size" rather than "fit the page". They will be too small if you don't.

This project is not currently done at Launfal, but there were requests for projects that could be done in poorer areas where resources are limited. So, here is one.

Hygiene Kits

Decorative and functional belts or bracelets can be made out of the Pull-tabs from empty soda cans.

Toy Guidelines


  1. Baby Blanket
  2. Burp Cloth
  3. Newborn Outfit
  4. Cloth Diapers with Pins
  5. Washcloth
  6. Soap
  7. Crochet/Knitted Booties and Cap
  8. Rattle or Small Toy
  9. 1 - Two Gallon Ziplock Bag

School Bags

Loom Hat

Patterns: ​  Body Top        Body Legs        Doll Dress        Doll Pants


  1. Combs
  2. Toothbrushes
  3. Toothpaste
  4. Soap
  5. Hand Towel
  6. Washcloth
  7. 1 - One Gallon Ziplock Bag

One Relief Shelter takes these items and places them

in side a pair of tube socks and closes the top with a

large paper clip since socks are a much need item.

Accessories for the School Bag:

  1. Notebooks
  2. Pencils
  3. Pencil Sharpener
  4. Scissors
  5. Ruler
  6. Shapes
  7. Crayons or Markers
  8. Gecko or other small toy

Baby Doll Gallery

We are currently defining the process we have developed to make the mats. It is similar to other processes, but refined to work better in our facility. I will have this completed in the next few weeks, along with an instructional video that was shot for us by a graduating student at Utah Valley University. 

Please check back soon.

Print all patterns "actual size" rather than "fit the page". They will be too small if you don't.

"Plarn" Sleeping Mats

Foam Shapes

Soda Can Tab Belt or Bracelet

Baby Doll

Revised Dress and Pant patterns

Yo Yo Toy Projects

Newborn Kit

Photos courtesy of:

Baby Rattles

Humanitarian Projects

While others talk; we find it, make it, and deliver it. 

At the Launfal Foundation, we fondly refer to ourselves as the Humanitarian Center. This comes from the very beginning when providing opportunities for people to serve and donating the resulting projects was the reason for our existence. 

As the years have gone by, we have accumulated more and more different projects to meet the needs of not only the recipients, but the volunteers as well. 

If you are looking for some way to do something good in the world today, you are in the right place. Feel free to use these photos, patterns, and videos to make the world a better place.

All the patterns were created or donated for humanitarian purposes only.

Any commercial use; for either sale or promotion is prohibited.