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DIY Felt Food Pancakes / Flapjacks

15 Sep
Pancakes, Hotcakes or flapjacks whatever you call them these breakfast champs are the stuff weekend and birthday breakfasts are made of. Now you can whip up a batch of DIY felt pancakes in practically no time with this free felt food pattern and tutorial. Our felt food pattern features three sizes of stack able hotcakes and syrup with melting butter perfect play food for any kid’s kitchen.

You will need:

For 3 flapjacks

1/4 yard pale dough color felt, Almond *

9″ x 12″ sheet pale tan felt, Peanut Butter *

9″ x 12″ sheet or scrap felt for syrup, Tree Bark

Scrap felt for butter, Buttercream * .

Felt Food Pattern

*Matching thread

Cut

2 of each size felt pancake inside from Almond felt

2 of each size pancake outside from Peanut Butter felt

1 syrup puddle from amber color

1 butter from pale yellow felt

Sew same size felt pancakes by sewing a small running stitch around the outside, leave 1″ to turn. Turn right side out and stitch together.

Stitch pancake outside to each side with an applique stitch and matching thread.

Now that you’ve made a big stack of fluffy felt flapjacks you’ll need some syrup.

Applique stitch butter to syrup.

Happy Crafting

~Andie

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Felt Food- Freezer Pops DIY Tutorial

26 Jun

 

IMG_5441We are huge felt food fans here, from jello to popcorn we’ve made a lot of fun felt foods. These colorful freezer pops might take the cake (oh yeah we’ve made felt cakes too) not only are they a summer staple, they are quick and super simple to make. Add these fun felt food popsicles to your play kitchen this summer with this easy tutorial.

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You will need:

Vinyl – Clear 1/4 yard will make all 6 with plenty left over.

2″ x 7″ scrap Felt in

*Bright Green-  Key Lime Pie

*Purple – Grape

*Orange – Orange Juice

*Red – Lipstick

*Blue – Aqua

*Pink – Bubblegum

White thread

Stuffing

*Matching thread color

Cut

1 of each color freezer pop from felt

1 vinyl pop package for each freezer pop from vinyl.

pop1Fold freezer pop together and overcast stitch along the short end.

pop2Overcast stitch along the long side with matching thread. Stuffing as you go. Close the open short side with an overcast stitch after fully stuffing.

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pop3To Create freezer pop package sew a running stitch 1/4″ from the bottom. Fold and continue running stitch along the long edge. Keep the top open. The freezer pop is package is shorter to allow the felt freezer pops to be placed in and out easily. otterpop

Felt ice pop pattern download: POP PDF

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Sleeves are shorter so felt pops can be pushed in and out easily.

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Happy Crafting!

~Andie

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DIY Felt Food Chicken Nuggets Playset

20 Feb

Felt Food tutorials Felt Chicken Nuggets

While felt avocados and chestnuts are quirky and a little refined, kids love to play with the foods they enjoy most and few things hold the childhood allure of a box of chicken nuggets complete with a dipping sauce.

This sweet little DIY chicken nuggets play set will create 7 fun felt food chicken nuggets, a cheerfully detailed felt chicken nugget box, and delightful dipping sauce cup.

Free felt food patterns - Felt chicken nuggets pattern and tutorialHappy meal indeed!

For what started out as such a simple idea these nuggets were a bit tricky. Some early versions sewed up looking like potatoes or smashed peanuts. I played with color and scale, added wrinkles and divots and tried a sea of shapes before hitting on a weird but amazing idea…use fur felt!

How to make felt chicken nuggetsThe addition of fur felt really makes these felt food chicken nuggets look breaded. Not to mention they are so soft and and dare I say cute?

Making these felt chicken nuggets couldn’t be easier! You can use this easy pattern or even freehand your shapes. (How fun would it be to go for an omage to dino nuggets?) These whimsical felt chicken nuggets sew up quick and easy!

I think you’ll love the results as much as I do.Pattern to make felt chicken nuggets felt food tutorialsSew up some adorable felt food chicken nuggets with this free pattern.Felt chicken nuggets- Felt food

You will need:

White felt 1/4 yard (or 3 – 9″ x 12″ sheets) *

3″ x 3″ felt scrap for felt dipping sauce I used Auburn Mustard Seed (Mustard) and Big Apple (Ketchup) Fresh Linen (Ranch), Gold Nugget (Honey) and Watermelon (Sweet and Sour) are other great choices.

9″ x 6″ Red felt for box stripe – I used Tomato Soup*

4″ x 6″ tan felt for nuggets – I used Pastry*

9″ x 12″ sheet Fur Felt – I used Tan*

Embroidery thread in black and pink.

Free Printable template ChickenNuggetsPlaysetPattern

Stuffing

*Matching thread

Cut:

2 of each felt chicken nugget pattern from fur felt. It will take 6 (12 sides) to fill the felt chicken nugget box.

All felt box pieces from white felt

Stripe from red felt

One dipping cup base from white felt

One dip from color of your choice

Two sauce cup rims from white felt (For tips on tricky cuts see this post Cutting Detailed Letters and Shapes from Felt

Making felt chicken nuggets tutorial step 1Match felt nugget pattern pieces. Over cast stitch around the outside edge with matching thread.felt food chicken nugget step 2Stuff felt chicken nugget and sew closed with the same stitch. Repeat with remaining nuggets. IMG_7671Sew box front onto one of the bottom pieces with white thread and an overcast stitch. IMG_7672Sew short sides to the box on both sides of the bottom box piece. Set aside. IMG_7673Sew back onto the long side of the box top.

Sew top flap to other long side.

Sew back to bottom.

Your box should look like this.

How to make a felt chicken nugget box - felt food.IMG_7676Sew up short sides with an overcast stitch to create a box shape.

Repeat the process to create two identical box shapes.Diy felt food patternsLay red stripe piece over one completed box at an angle. Cut off where top flap ends.

Continue sewing stripe on front and bottom.

Overcast stitch the stripe down along the edges. (In the photos I did his after I combined the boxes and it can be done at either step however doing it beforehand is a lot simpler.)Felt crafts - felt foodMatch strip along box front and wrap around bottom. Secure as you did the top.

IMG_7791Sides will not match up along the bottom.

IMG_7779Sew faces onto felt nuggets by creating eyes (doubled over embroidery thread) and cheeks (single strand of embroidery thread) with french knots. Stitch on smile with black embroidery thread.  Stitch nugget shapes down as shown with matching thread. IMG_7707Place boxes together with detailed box on the outside. making a felt box patternNest boxes together.IMG_7684Overcast the raw ends together with white thread to connect. If you decided to add the decor to the box afterwards simply stitch on as directed, making sure to only go through one layer of felt so stitches don’t show. feltad

To make felt food dipping cup

IMG_7697Stitch side to white base with an overcast stitch and matching thread. IMG_7699Stitch short ends of cup side together with an overcast stitch. felt bbq sauce cupStuff  with stuffing or felt scrapfelt bbq sauce tutorialStitch colored top onto dipping sauce with an overcast stitch.felt dipping sauce - felt foodLay one sauce rim on top and overcast stitch along the open center.

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Place second rim onto the first and overcast stitch around the raw edges.

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easy felt food patterns - chicken mcnuggets, chicken nuggets

Happy Crafting

~Andie

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Felt Food Tutorial – Broccoli & Cauliflower 

4 Aug

Felt Veggies - Free Felt Food Tutorial Broccoli and Cauiliflower

Everyone knows how important it is to eat your veggies! Help your little ones learn to love broccoli and its albino cousin cauliflower with this fun felt food tutorial. The pattern for these felt florets require some gathering so be sure to have sturdy thread at the ready!

Sturdy thread in matching colors

Scissors

Template (at the end of this post- print full page)

Fabric marker, pencil or chalk

Stuffing

Sewing needle

For felt broccoli pattern you will need:

Fresh cut grass

Cilantro

For felt cauliflower pattern:

A cream colored felt I used Buttercream but you may prefer a white or off white like Fresh Linen

  
Let’s start with the broccoli. 

From light green felt – Cilantro

Cut 2 of your chosen stem (stalk) 

Cut 1 base 

From bright green felt – Fresh Cut Grass

1 top

felt broccoli

Sew felt broccoli base pieces together using an overcast stitch matching thread, keep your stitches close together because we will be stuffing it pretty tightly. Stuff with a pencil or as you sew.
  Sew base onto bottom after stuffing with an overcast stitch and matching thread. 

Felt Food Tutorial Broccoli and Cauliflower

Now for the tricky part. Mark outlines on patterns using chalk or permanent fabric marker. Sew a loose running stitch along each of the “veins” pulling tightly before knotting and moving to the next marking. Keep all the knots on the marked side – this will be the inside.How to make felt vegitables

This will become trickier as you go but I believe in you!

DIY felt food Broccoli veggies

Your felt broccoli should look something like this when you are done. 

How to make felt veggies - Broccoli and Cauliflower Run a gathering stitch around the outside of the film broccoli crown pulling lightly as you go.

Crafting Felt Broccoli
Place the completed base into the inside of the felt broccoli crown piece. Pull to fit and run your needle through at a few different angles for a snug fit.    

Felt Broccoli and Cauliflower free felt crafting tutorial
Ta Da! I knew you could do it! 

Felt Broccoli tutorial - American Felt and Craft - felt food vegitables

For the second style base stuff the felt broccoli stalk as you sew.
 Felt Broccoli pattern and tutorial
Add base and the same way you did with the previous felt pattern.

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DIY Felt Cauliflower tutorial American Felt and Craft - Veggies

The felt cauliflower is made with the exact same pattern but using a cream colored felt. You can vary your “vein” stitching, the size of the top or length of the base as desired. 

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Felt broccoli and cauliflower template:

Print in landscape full page.

Free Felt Food Pattern - Broccoli and Cauliflower - American Felt and Craft

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