Meet our newest arrival, Spring Supper!
I created this felt food pattern with the goal of making it as interactive as possible.
The result is a ham that can be dressed and sliced, potatoes that can be baked, deviled eggs with removable filling, stacking jello salad, and decorative lettuce leaf accents.
This mammoth pattern also features felt steamed asparagus, hot cross buns, a coconut cake, pineapple slices and a simple but impressive felt pan pattern.
This pattern was truly a labor of love and like all proud parents I feel the need to show you a ridiculous amount of pictures.
This adorable little felt ham only measures 5″ x 7″ x 5.5″ to perfectly fit into play ovens and pretend kitchens.
It was based on the vintage style pineapple hams of the 1950’s.
The pint size play ham features slices attached with hook and loop for a fun slicing action.
Pull up a chair and grab a plate.
The felt pineapple slices are attached with colored hook and loop and come off with ease for hours of culinary play.
The scalloped potatoes and asparagus are perfectly portioned for sharing!
Deviled eggs with removable fillings make the perfect pre-dinner appetizer.
Don’t forget the veggies!
Felt Scalloped Potatoes.
Felt asparagus nestled into a felt pan makes a healthy and fun felt side dish.
Of course my absolute favorite part of this tutorial e-book is the felt jello salad.
Felt Jello has been on my sewing bucket list for quite some time and I went through at least a dozen prototypes before I was happy but I think it was all worth it.
The felt food jello pieces all stack and can be made from any color of the rainbow.
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