Felt Toys for Little Ones: Handmade Playsets to Spark by Jessica Peck

By Jessica Peck

Create creative home made toys to thrill children with this how-to e-book Felt Toys on your kids by way of Jessica Peck, the preferred dressmaker of Sweetie Pie Bakery styles. From an enthralling tea occasion and scrumptious ice cream store to an adventuresome teepee, the fun-worthy tasks during this ebook will ignite your child's mind's eye and supply hours of open-ended play. the ten tasks contain over seventy five styles. uncomplicated sufficient to make in an afternoon, every one trend makes use of on hand store-bought fabrics and is derived with full-color pictures and step by step instructions.

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Material Amount Cut White felt 9˝ × 12˝ Cut 3 egg sides (A) and 1 egg top (B). Pale yellow felt 9˝ × 12˝ Cut 1 filling (C). Heavyweight fusible interfacing 3˝ × 3˝ Cut 1 egg top support (B1). Embroidery floss—white, pale yellow Stuffing Deviled Egg Assembly 1. With right sides together, sew 2. Following the manufacturer’s 3. Position the egg top (B) over a curved edge of 2 egg sides (A) together by machine. Repeat to add the remaining egg side (A). Trim and turn right side out. Set aside. instructions, fuse the egg top support (B1) to the wrong side of the egg top (B).

Material Amount Cut White felt 9˝ × 12˝ Cut 1 finger logo (A). Orange felt 1/4 yard Cut 4 (2 and 2 reversed) finger tops (B) and 2 finger bottoms (D). Cut 1 rectangle 1˝ × 231⁄3 ˝ for finger side (C) (no pattern provided). 1/2˝-thick foam 17˝ × 22˝ Cut 2 fingers (B). Embroidery floss— blue and orange Foam Finger Assembly Baste. Running stitch. Felt Foam Felt 1. Use a running stitch 2. Prepare the halves of the foam finger. Layer a 3. Repeat Step 2 to to attach the finger logo (A) to a finger top (B).

Place a box front (B) and a box 10. When you reach the corner, place 2 box fronts (B) wrong sides together. Slip the hinge (D) between the top edge of the box fronts by 1/2˝. Fuse together. Machine sew on top of the box front (B) with a narrow seam, connecting the hinge (D) into the box fronts (B). Repeat to make another box front (B) with hinge. base (E) together, aligning the edges. Stitch with a blanket stitch to attach the 2 box pieces. add the box side (F), and so on, continuing around the base (E).

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