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Realistic Play Food made from FELT! Let the kids play with their food and use their imagination while learning. Teach your children counting, manners, sharing, fractions, and so much more with munchies life size foods!

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Little Felt Houses

This post follows on from my last one where I shared a little felt house I made. Since then I've been working on some other designs. As always making the first one of anything takes a lot of extra time. There's the pattern to draft, the felt colors to choose and design details to work out. These little houses seem to have taken a long time but I'm getting faster as I work out the process. These sweet little houses are intended for use as pincushions and are perfectly functional but I have to say, I can't quite bring myself to put them away in the box yet! I am enjoying them on the counter in my workspace! This little cottage was inspired by the golden stone cottages of the Cotswolds. There are roses growing around the front door, some on the side wall and a herb garden in the back. Each roof tile is individually cut and stitched onto the roof. This is another golden stone cottage. The Cotswolds is not the only region of England to have houses made from this color stone and I'm imaging this cottage in the rolling countryside of the Midlands. And then, just for fun, I made fairy houses. These are little tree stumps with doors and windows and roofs made of leaves. There are lots of flowers and little red and white toadstools.

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Felt Artisan Breads DIY Pattern & Tutorial - Lia Griffith

These felt artisan breads are perfect for their play bakery! Follow our tutorial to make a baguette, soft pretzel, croissants, and a couple of loaves.

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Felt Root Vegetables Pattern & Tutorial - Lia Griffith

Learn how to make realistic felt root vegetables for kids to play with! Project includes photo tutorial and pattern for felt carrots, onions, and beets.

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Приятного чаепития и кофепринятия ☕.. | ИЗ ФЕТРА. Шьем вместе!

Приятного чаепития и кофепринятия ☕

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31 F**king Adorable Things To Make For Babies

Because just "simply adorable" does not effing cut it anymore.

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Felt Apple Pie Pattern & Step-by-Step Tutorial - Lia Griffith

Our felt apple pie project includes the patterns for a removable lattice top, apple slices to go in your pie crust, and a pie tin.

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PDF Pattern - Little Hedgehog, Woodland Felt Ornament Pattern, Felt Toy Pattern, Softie Pattern

This listing is for an instant-download PDF-PATTERN. It is not a finished toy. Little Hedgehog is sweet and cuddly. He's perfect for your living room, nursery, or work-space. (No matter where he is, he's sure to bring a smile.) This felt pattern is stitched entirely by hand, and is perfect for beginners. Finished ornament/toy is approximately 3.5 inches tall.Skills required:- Basic embroidery skills- Blanket stitch- Back stitch- Stem stitch- Applique stitchThis PDF pattern includes:- Materials list- Charming step by step instructions featuring original illustrations- Full-size pattern templatesOnce you have purchased this pattern you can download and print it instantly! Happy stitching!©Trellis & Thyme You may sell items made with our patterns in your own Etsy shop. Please give Trellis & Thyme credit in your description. Thank you.Duplication and distribution of Trellis & Thyme patterns is prohibited.

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A Creative Funk

For a while there, I was in a such a creative funk or rut. I had no inspiration, and not the slightest motivation. I hate feeling like that! One of the things I do to help myself is to clean up and/or sort out some of my supplies. I sorted and tidied my fabric stash, being ruthless with fabrics I don't love anymore. Then I emptied the deep drawer that has all my beads and beading tools. I'd ordered some new beads and findings so I found the proper places for those to go and once again, sorted out the beads and other things I knew I'd never use. It felt good! Gradually some fresh ideas began to creep up on me. I pulled out my sketchbook and made notes. What I was imagining was a little felt cottage, actually a whole village of little cottages, that could be practical as pincushions or just decorative. In my mind, this one was a little white cottage with exposed stone at the corners and a clay tile roof...with roses growing around the door, window boxes and big pots full of plants. When stitching the stones on the corners, I had to be careful to match up the size and color of the stones with the sides! The door has big, scented old fashioned roses growing round it. Here is the little cottage without a floor or any stuffing. You can see how the corner stones all match. The side has a window with a window box and round the back are some plant filled pots. To keep the whole thing stable, I added some really thick sew in stabilizer when I added the floor. The little cottage was then firmly stuffed with my favorite ultra plush polyfil stuffing. I am really happy with how this came out. My plan is to make a variety of little cottages before listing them in my Etsy shop. They will be priced a little higher than the other pincushions to reflect the extra time they take. On my coffee table now is a book about the traditional houses of France, another about English cottages and one of traditional houses in the area I grew up in. I'm busy sketching and planning!

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