Cupcake
Rachel Rabbit
Felt French Fries
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Plushie Pear
Sew Take a Hike
More Felt Food Patterns & Projects from These Popular Books!
Movie Snacks
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Fabric Fortune
Cookie
Lady Harvatine
Soft Pretzel
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Fabric Green Beans
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Felt Brocolli &
Cauliflower
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Felt Corn
Cook Clean Craft
Pea Pod
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Felt Cinnamon Roll
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Felt Chinese
Take-out Box
Lit'l Brown Bird's Passion
Felt Cake
Craftstylish
Fortune Cookies
Craftstylish
Felt Kiwi
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Felt Brown Lunch
Bag
Skip to My Lou
Strawberry Cake
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Felt Cupcake
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Felt Potstickers
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Felt Cupcake
Hoogli Art
Felt Sushi
Hoogli Art
Felt Doughnut
Skip to My Lou
Felt Animal Cookies
Lit'l Brown Bird's Passion
Felt Blueberry
Muffin
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Felt Orange Slices
Sesame Seed Designs
Felt Ravioli
One Crafty Mumma
Felt Carrots
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Felt Strawberries
Lit'l Brown Bird's Passion
Fabric Waffles
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Ice Cream Cone
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Strawberries
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Felt Pumpkin Pie
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Oreo Cookie
Sandwich
Lit'l Brown Bird's Passion
Meat & Potatoes
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Felt Eggs & Orange
Slices
One Crafty Mumma
Thanksgiving Dinner
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Apples
Playing with Your Food
Felt Tortellini
Pieces by Polly
Felt Strawberries
Pieces by Polly
Pineapple Slices
Mama's Felt Cafe
Hamburger
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Felt Bread Slices
Pieces by Polly
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Free Felt Food Patterns - Over 40 designs!
Sew adorable felt food - felt vegetables, fruits, cupcakes, cookies and more with this
collection of over forty felt food patterns & tutorials gathered from all over the web.
Consider whipping up a bunch of play felt food a fun as a gift for your little one. Or,
making felt food could actually be a fun project for an older child (with your
supervision). And even though many of these felt food designs are meant to be
sewn on a sewing machine, they could probably all be stitched by hand (for a child
who's not ready to use an adult sewing machine yet). Also, because felt doesn't
fray, it's a fairly easy fabric to work with.

As an alternative to using store-bought felt, consider recycling fabric from felted
clothing (easy to do because your pattern pieces will be so small). Or, as another
alternative, consider using fleece instead of felt, which may be less likely to pill.

(You may have noticed that few of the projects listed here are made from non-felt
fabrics. I included them because even though they're technically not "felt food" they
can, of course, be made from felt.)