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15 Free Felt Food Sewing Patterns

Felt food is perfect for little foodies! They are easy to make and you can even wash them. Here are 15 free felt food sewing patterns to inspire you.

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Summertime tomatoes, sliced and ready

Last week was nothing short of hot in Bloomington, so I knew it was clearly time for tomatoes. The little red fruits just filled my world. I poked and created slice after slice of juicy summertime heaven at every meeting and event I attended, and all day when the boys were in school. My payoff, sadly, wasn’t a fresh tomato sandwich. It was even better! I finished off the last of the tomatoes, and indeed the last of my vegetables, for my ‘Ratatouille’ piece! I can’t tell you how good that feels after months of felting giant carrots, onions, and beets (for the Summer Harvest companion piece) followed by eggplant, onions, herbs, zucchinis and tomatoes for the Ratatouille piece. What a giant relief to have all the pieces (and backgrounds) in my art studio. My week in tomato town started with buying and slicing open a selection of Roma tomatoes as models. Most artists can’t get away with slicing open their models to get a look at the internal structures, but happily I can. What struck me when I examined the tomatoes was how variable the tomatoes are with respect to the internal chambers. I assumed they would all have the same developmental program that produced the same chamber structure. Then to make the seeds I was looking for some muted earthy yellow color. Fortunately, I came across fleece that I had dyed this summer with goldenrod flowers collected in Michigan. I did one batch with just the flowers and a second with alum added. The former gave a more muted yellow that was perfect for my seeds. I’m always delighted when something I can’t imagine finding a home for turns out to be just the right color for a future project. I needle felted the seeds in place after the tomato slice took shape, then I gave them a light blanket of the slimy tomato chamber material and then felted more seeds on top. I felt the technique gave a sense of depth to the seeds within the seed chamber that I really liked. Of course finishing the components means it’s time to assemble components onto the weaving background. I stayed up fairly late last night, enjoying the cool of the basement art studio over the stuffy upstairs bedrooms after an eighty-degree day. I decided to put together ‘Summer Harvest’ first. I really like it! I just feels soooo good to have it assembled after months of creating small pieces and working through the doubt of whether it will all work out. I even found a use for the orange thread from Jim’s youth, which he used to tie spawn bags to catch trout. Everything finds a use in my house! As the piece came together we broke out a bottle of wine to celebrate. Now I just need to decide on the exact component layout for ‘Ratatouille’ and assemble that piece. Everything else in my world took a back seat to art last week, but I did get out a little. The opening reception for “The Art of Re-Use” in celebration of Earth Day in Columbus, IN organized by Marilyn Brackney, was Thursday evening at Hotel Indigo. I left all three boys home and drove over with Cappi Phillips. The trip seemed like it only took ten minutes because we laughed and giggled just about the whole way. The reception was well attended, and I even ran into one of the judges from the first Déjà Vu show. She also happened to have bought a Winter Birches piece. Now she’s doing amazing encaustic pieces. I’ve been oohing and aahhing over the technique ever since we saw a demonstration of the art form at Wonderlab. Over the weekend the whole crew went out to the African American Dance Company’s spring performance, which was excellent. I loved seeing such immense talent in all the different body shapes and ethnic backgrounds. Some of the movements seemed almost snake-like to me, which got into my head. I tried to think and move like a snake when I was doing Zumba the next day. We also managed to get out to the Sunday matinee performance of Miles Away at the Bloomington Playwrights Project – a date with hubby! The acting was intense and at the end I just sat in sort of a stunned silence for a bit to pull myself back into my own reality. The characters and plot were far removed from what I experience day-to-day, but I felt completely embraced in the experience because of the incredible acting. Thanks to Chad for assembling an amazing out of body experience. Go see it! This will be another big week—completing ‘Ratatouille’ will certainly be an early major project. I’m a little nervous about it still, but I’m optimistic about the final product. I also noticed, ahem, that our rhubarb was starting to poke up in the garden. Hmmm, let’s see…spring, rhubarb…could a pie be far behind? Check back next week! Until next week… Martina Celerin

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felt pasta set of 3, felt pasta, felt food, play food, Montessori toy, Waldorf toy, Pretend food, Kitchen toys, Playhouse, italian food,

*** Please convo me your choice of pasta, thank you! Your little chef will love to make you a big bowl of pasta! Great and unique addition to your kitchen play. You can choose the kind of pasta and the color: white, whole wheat or spinach this listing is for 3 kinds of pasta. 1. Fettuccini - Approx 3\4" wide * 12" long ( 1 cm wide * 40 cm long). 2. Penne - 1 3\4" long (4.5cm) 3. Cappelletti (similar to Tortellini) - Approx 1.5" (4cm). 4. Farfalle (Bow-Tie) - 2" *1.5" (4cm * 4.5cm). comes in 3 colors to choose from. 5. Mezzaluna (Half Moon) - 3" *1.5" (4cm * 7.5cm) 6. Ravioli - 1 3\4" * 1 3\4" ( 4cm * 4cm) + 60% - 100% wool felt. + Non smoking environment + Hand washable - gently! + Shipping: Ships worldwide from Canada. Local customers may arrange to pick up their order and not pay shipping fees. Each item is hand cut and stitched by me, with patience and love, at my pleasant home. Items are unique and may vary slightly from the ones in the pictures. All materials are high quality and natural. Some of the fillings are made from recycled nylon (plastic bottles) that helps keep our environment clean. Note: some of these items (or part of them, like beads) are unsuitable for children who put things in their mouth. If you want to add a greeting card (I'll happily write it for you) or if you have any questions or special request, please don't hesitate and convo me. Hila

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PDF Felt Cookies Sewing Pattern Valentine Ornaments, Valentine's Day Decorations - DIY Felt Food Valentine Play Cookies

This listing is for a PDF digital download of the tutorial and sewing pattern to make these Felt Cookies. These sweet cookies can be made as Valentine Ornaments as well as fun play cookies. Hang these beautiful felt Valentine cookies up as decorations or display them on a cookie plate! Once purchased, you will receive a digital download of the following 4 files... 1 PDF Tutorial 3 PDF Pattern files (Felt Round and Heart Cookies with sprinkles, Embroidered Heart Cookie, Chocolate Dipped Heart Cookies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peanut Butter Cookies, Chocolate Kiss Cookies and Jam Shortbread Cookies). Whether you are a beginner or experienced in sewing...you will enjoy making these felt cookies. The tutorial is easy to follow. Within its pages, you will find step by step detailed instructions. Pictures are provided to help you along the way. The tutorial also includes a stitching guide of all the types of stitching used to make these felt ornaments. Basic sewing supplies are needed and a full list is provided in the tutorial. The finished cookies measure approximately 3 inches. This tutorial and pattern is for personal use only. You may not sell products made from this pattern. Re-sale or distribution of patterns and tutorial, in any form, is strictly prohibited. Copyright © 2020 GingerSweetCrafts LLC

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Felt Whipped Cream

Are you searching any decorating tip for your felt cupcake? How about a felt whipped cream? You should try it out ...... A little felt whipped cream might be an awesome decorative item for a hand sewing felt cupcake or pie. materials: 1. white felt 2. a red button 3. poly-fill material 4. matching thread How to make a felt whipped cream 1. Draw two different size circles with one center point. The size of the big circle is twice as large as the small circle. 2. Cut out the circle and fold the circle in half three times to make eight equal parts. 3. Unfold the circle and trace the creases with a pen and ruler. This will identify eight equal parts. 4. Now, draw a curve from the intersect point to the top of the next line for each part. 5. Cut out the unwanted parts (the part where outside the curve in each part). 6. Place the paper pattern on a piece of felt. Hold them firmly together and cut the piece out follow the paper pattern. 7. Knot your thread. Insert the needle through a tip from front to back. Pull the thread through and continue for other tips. End your last stitch where you started. 8. Stuff up the piece with some poly-fill material before you close the opening completely. 9. Close the opening by pulling the thread tightly and make several stitches across. Sew a button or bead at the top center. Don't cut the thread if you plan to sew it on your project. Just bring your thread to the bottom center. 10. It is done!!

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Moldes De Fieltro De Juego De Te

02.08.2012 - Автор пина:Nieves Maria Martinez Navarro. Находите и прикалывайте свои пины в Pinterest!

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DIY Felt Vegetables - Lia Griffith

Learn how to make felt vegetables for your felt veggie garden! This is a great hand-sewing project for beginners and fun for kids, too.

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Felt Ice Cream Tutorial with Free Pattern

If you love felt food, try my felt food tutorial for ice cream. Follow the tutorial and download the free pattern for felt ice cream.

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