Felt Food- Pancakes

This week’s felt food is pancakes with fruit, butter, and whipped cream.




For pancakes you need two circles of cream felt and two circles of tan felt. The tan felt should be half an inch smaller than the cream felt.

First, you cut the circles. Then you sew the tan circle on top of the cream circle. Finally, you sew the circles together with the tan felt facing out.



Blueberries and Raspberries:

For the blueberries, I cut small circles of blue felt and sewed around the edge. Then I put some batting in the middle and pulled the thread tight until it closed to make a ball. After knotting the thread, I used white thread to mak an “x” on the opposite side of the opening.
For the Raspberries, I found a diy on pinterest and you can find that here.



For the butter, I sewed two squares of yellow felt together with some batting inside.  Pretty simple and painless.

Whipped Cream and Bananas


For the whipped cream I cut long strips of white felt, folded then in half the hotdog bun way, and cut slits across the folded side. Then I wrapped the felt around and sewed the bottom together. You could also use hot glue.
For the bananas, I cut cream felt into small circles. Then I sewed 3 lines with brown thread on each circle. Finally, I sewed two circles together with the lines facing out.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, tune in next week for another felt food post.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Adorable! 🙂 My girls would love playing with these!

  2. Jasmine says:

    Oh my soul these are ADORABLE! So cute – I’ll definitely be adding this to my wishlist of projects to do! Thank you for sharing! I especially love the variety of toppings – the berries are my favorite. 🙂

    1. Janell says:

      Thank you! They are pretty darling, huh?
      My daughter loves to play with them. It’s funny because she tries to cook them with noodles and eggs 😊

  3. Cheri Gamble says:

    Clever! Almost looks good enough to eat 🙂

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