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Pretend Cookies Felt Cookies Cookie Set Pretend Food | Etsy
Your Little is going to have a ton of fun playing and learning with this Cookie Pretend Play Food set! It's a wonderful alternative to hard plastic play food. The Whole set includes 1 cookie sheet, 1 Flipper, 1 cookie mix and 4 cookies each one made from safe and soft felt fabrics. The details are embroidered using an embroidery machine. The cookie sheet measures 7.25 and has a craft foam center to give strength Cookie mix 4.5 inches and is stuffed with polyfil cookies are a little over 2 inches and are lightly stiffed with polyfil You have several buying options to choose from. Pink set means you want the flipper handle pink Grey set means you want the handle grey It only matters if your order has a flipper in it. This felt play food set is a great gift idea for your child, grandchild or niece/nephew. Even as Teachers or daycare gift. This toy is not recommended for children under 3 years due to small parts. CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Please wash by hand and dry flat Other play food sets are available in my Etsy shop and more will be added soon! Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like this in a different color.
Donuts | Felt Food Tutorial & Printable Sewing Pattern
Today I'm starting a new series all about felt food! For our first project, I'm showing you how to make these super cute felt food donuts!
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!!
Felt Breakfast Food - Lia Griffith
Use our instructions & templates to craft felt breakfast food that you can add to your children's play kitchen! Browse for our DIY play kitchen tutorial.
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