Natural Toys Tutorials: Wooden Seesaw


Welcome to the sixth post of my “Natural Toys Tutorials” Series. Today I would like to introduce the Wooden Seesaw—a small but very cute project. This seesaw is actually rocking smoothly and is still robust enough to “survive” a 3-year old toddler. Little P. loves to let his fingers dance on this toy thereby rocking it on and forth… Continue reading

DIY Felt Food: Complete Sandwich Set


It is so easy and gratifying to make felt food. I love the very realistic look. On top of that felt food is safe, colourful, soft, and long-lasting. This cute felt sandwich set will promote the imagination of your little ones and guarantees endless hours of joy of playing. If you are inspired now to Continue reading

Natural Toys Tutorials: Ramp with Trees


Autumn Fairy. — “Wait. Please wait! What are you?” Little Red Cap was exhausted from running. He had been picking wild strawberries quite early this day. While following their sweet scent he had encountered a little meadow still Continue reading

Tutorial with Free Pattern: Felt Tomato Slice


We are going to make yummy tomato slices from felt today. Tomato slices complete the ingredients list we need to make a (fat-free) felt sandwich. You can find tutorials for the other ingredients here: sliced cheese, Mortadella and Pimiento Loaf sausage slices, salad leaves, and  Continue reading

Free Tutorial with Pattern: Felt Sausage Slices – Pimiento Loaf

Announcement_PimientoLoafWe are going to make yummy Pimiento Loaf style sausage (Paprika Lyoner in German) slices from felt today. As is true for the felted cheese slicessalad leaves, and Mortadella slices, Pimiento Loaf slices are perfect for felt sandwiches and easy peasy to make. This project is great for any felt food newbie, because it requires only one sewing step that is best done by hand. The tutorial comes in 6 steps, and Continue reading