Modern Christmas Tree Ornament: Sushi Rollament

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In many families it is a tradition to hang candy canes, gumdrops, gummy worms, sour tape, and other gummy candies on Christmas trees. In my opinion, it is time to revolutionize this tradition. From now on Continue reading

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Tutorial with Free Pattern: Felt Tomato Slice

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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

Tutorial with Free Pattern: Felt Sandwich Bread

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We are going to make yummy sandwich bread from felt today. Together with sliced cheesesalad leaves, and the upcoming sausage slices (Mortadella and Pimiento Loaf) as well as tomato slices, we will have everything to make a perfect and healthy (fat-free, hahaha) felt sandwich. However, this project is not as easy as those for felted sliced cheese and salad leaves (both of which in turn are super easy and perfect for any Sewbie). Especially the attachment of the brown edge is very fiddly, which is why it took me several trials to come up with this tutorial. I was very recently sewing 10 sandwiches for Continue reading

Tutorial with Free Pattern: Felt Salad Leaves / Felt Lettuce

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We are going to make yummy salad leaves from felt today. For this tutorial I mainly followed the instructions given by Katherine from One Inch World, so all the credit goes to her. Just check out her super adorable felt armchairs or wooden twig chairs. S-O-O-O C-U-U-U-T-E! Similarly, I fell in love with her felt salad leaves the first time I saw them. Here, I just slightly modified the ribs. As is true for my sliced cheese, salad leaves are perfect for 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 Continue reading

Yummy Felt Food – Tutorials with Free Patterns Coming Soon!

Several yummy felt food tutorials are soon to come!

Several yummy felt food tutorials are soon to come!

In the next couple of weeks, I will show you how easy and gratifying it is to make felt food. As you can see in the picture, felt food looks very realistic and, on top of that, is safe, colourful, soft, and long-lasting. These cute toys promote the imagination of our little ones and guarantee endless hours of joy of playing. It is so much fun to make and definitely a perfect project for any sewbie. Continue reading