How to Make Felt Fried Eggs
When Santa brought my daughter a play kitchen for Christmas, I think I was way more excited about it than she was. She immediately got to work baking cookies and making Mama's favorite, coffee and I immediately got to work organizing all the dishes, utensils and pots and pans perfectly into the cabinets and onto the shelves. Just like Mama's kitchen! (Yes, I border on OCD.) I also started dreaming of the all the cool foods I could make out of felt for her to use in the kitchen. This was my first attempt making play food, so I kept it pretty simple. These fried eggs are so super easy to make and took me about and hour and a half to complete. Stay tuned because I will have more tutorials coming with free printable patterns. Next up: Cupcakes!
Supplies Needed: Yellow and White Felt, Polyfil
1. Download and print the Felt Play Fried Eggs Pattern and use it to cut out the egg shapes.
2. Pin two of the whites together. Sew them together using a straight stitch around the edge and then a zig-zag stitch to prevent fraying.
3. Pinch off a small amount of Polyfil and place it under the yolk. Pin the yolk to the white. Sew the yolk to the whites using a straight stitch around the edge and then a zig-zag stitch.