My 7 favorite FREE felt play food TUTORIALS for home-made felt fruit and vegetables. Banana, carrots, broccoli, strawberries, pear, cheese, eggs and more 🙂
Felt Play Food Tutorials
While working on these cute pieces of felt play food, I kept thinking how much our (then) toddler would enjoy the play food. But… He saw it, played with it for a while and then abandoned it entirely. No sign of interest. At all. Fast forward a year later, the felt food set became one of his favorite activities. Add a little sister and a few years later, and a few of my sewing sessions, and there’s a large bag of felt play food, still one of the favorite play sets in the playroom. All homemade toys!
So, here’s a list of my favorites when it comes to felt play food:
THESE 7+ felt play food TUTORIALS ARE GREAT:
BONUS HINT – HOW TO CHOOSE FELT:
To make felt food, you’ll mostly need soft felt, meaning it should be good for making tiny bits and pieces, adding details, it should fold nicely, perfect for making felt food. Please note there are many varieties of felt available (soft, stiffened, thin, thick, wool, acrylic,etc) that’s why you need to check in advance which one you need for your project. Additional useful tips on FELT MATERIALS are available here.
BONUS HINT – BUYING FELT:
Now, if you are just heading to your store to BUY some felt, I warmly recommend you first compare the prices in your local shops, they may vary a lot for quite the same felt quality. To get a picture, I’m attaching an affiliate link for your convenience here (no additional cost to you but I might receive a percentage of the sale if you choose to buy through this link): felt