Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Breakfast in Bed Felt Food Tutorial

My friend's 2 daughters are turning 3 and 4 and I thought that a felt food set (my latest obsession) would make an awesome gift for the little ladies. I decided to make a Breakfast in Bed set for them. In this felt food tutorial you will learn to make 2 pancakes, 2 fried eggs and 2 sausage links.

You Will Need
1 pc of tan felt
1 pc of dark brown felt
1 pc of bright yellow felt
1 pc of white
coordinating thread
sewing needle
poly-fiber stuffing
sewing machine (optional)

PannyCakes (Pancakes)

1) Using a small circular object (I used a powdered baby milk can) trace 4 circles onto tan felt. Cut circles out.

2) Take yellow felt and cut out 2 small squares for butter pat. On dark brown felt freehand cut 2 syrup drizzles.

3) Hand stitch butter pat to syrup drizzles.

4) Machine sew top layer of pancake to bottom layer. Leaving about a  1 inch opening.

5) Stuff lightly with poly-fiber and continue to sew closed.

Fried Eggs

1) Cut 4 egg shapes from white felt. I cut 2 comma shaped eggs and 2 round shapes.

2) On yellow felt trace and cut out 2 small yellow rounds for the egg yolks. (no photo)
3) Handstitch 1 yolk to the top layers of both egg whites leaving a small opening for stuffing.

4) Stuff and continue closing.

5) Machine stitch top layer to bottom layer.

Sausage Links

1) Using dark brown felt cut out 2 rectangles. Mines are about 2 inches wide by 4 inches long.

2) Machine stitch the long sides of the rectangle together      forming a tube.

3) Hand sew one end the tube together tightly.

4) Run the needle through the stitched end loosely and pull tightly.

5) Secure loose stitch by knotting and then flip inside out so that the seams are now hidden inside the tube (forgot the picture).

6) Stuff

7) Gather opened end and stitch close giving the sausage a natural casing look.

Ready For Breakfast In Bed!

 * Don't forget to check out my tutorial of Faux Pop Tarts/ Toaster Pastries.

Don't have much free time but want a Breakfast In Bed felt food set for a special kid? Email and for a small fee I can whip one up for you.

This tutorial is for personal uses only. Please don't use for the purposes of resale.

Faux Pop Tarts/ Toaster Pastries


Sarah Andreotti said...

What a great gift idea! :) Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a great week!

Anonymous said...

I made the pancakes, sausage and eggs for my nephew and I am going to work on some fruit and veggies to complete his Christmas gift! Great tutorial! Thank you!

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