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IndiPatterns: Some Free Felt Food Tutorials

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Some Free Felt Food Tutorials

I just love felt food.  Lisa and I have made up dozens of different felt food dishes.  It is a very fun craft to make because felt food is quick, simple, and inexpensive in addition to being better for your kids than plastic food.  Plus, felt or fleece are the idea beginner fabrics for projects.  They don't fall apart and they are really easy to sew.

Here are some nice tutorials on making your own felt food:

This is a tutorial for eggs and oranges from One Crafty Mumma:

One Inch World brings you this tutorial on ravioli.  She did stick it together with spray glue which seems pretty simple.  I sewed each piece with my machine.

This is a really fun tutorial on little cookies (I would use puffy paint rather than beads b/c I am lazy like that and let's face reality - I would never spend the time to stitch the beads down like that and the project would never be finished).
Chasing Marcus has this tutorial on felt food Brussel's sprouts.

Here is a tutorial on making a loaf of French Bread:

If you want really involved patterns for more complex food - check out Etsy where there a hundreds of patterns to be found. 

Happy Sewing!

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At September 6, 2012 at 9:07 AM , Blogger Heidi@OneCreativeMommy.com said...

Thanks for sharing these links! If you have any felt projects of your own, I'd love for you to link them up at my Felt Food Roundup on OneCreativeMommy.com. I hope to see you there!


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