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Posted by burntmuffin on 24th February 2011

Felt Blueberries and Pancakes

So… Miss S decided that she can’t eat blueberry pancakes almost every weekend and not have a set of felt ones to play with. So, I sewed some up yesterday afternoon.

Blueberry Pancakes in a pan

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Posted by burntmuffin on 23rd November 2010


One of their bloggers (Joanne C) wrote me to say they would like to use one of my felt food pictures on epi-log. Isn’t that cool? :)

Here’s the link, if you want to have a look.


Posted by burntmuffin on 25th July 2010

Felt Dumplings

I’ve wanted to make felt dumplings for a little while. We (well, Miss S and I) eat quite a few dumplings in our household. And I thought they would be pretty simple to make – since I knew how to make the real thing, the felt ones should be easy, right?

Hmmm… not really. Felt ones take way longer than real ones, and you can’t eat them after all that work you’ve put in!

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Posted by burntmuffin on 16th February 2010

Felt Food – Part Two

My daughter’s felt larder has increased in the form of donuts, sausages, lettuce leaves, and some disastrous looking cupcakes/muffins.

Donuts - chocolate, strawberry & vanilla

The donuts were really fun to make.

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Posted by burntmuffin on 10th February 2010

A portable stove/oven

With all her new cooking gear and felt food, my little “chef” has taken over the living room floor.

Can a frying pan box become part of the play process as well as a storage solution?


Start of the transformation process

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Posted by burntmuffin on 9th February 2010

Felt Food – Part One

I’ve finally started the mission of making felt food for my little girl. I had to as we received this wonderful package from my parents that contained these little stainless steel cooking pots and pans and a set of utensils to go with them. (These are from Ikea’s Duktig range for kids 4 Piece cooking set + kitchen utensil set).

Stainless steel play cookware

I’ve looked at getting her some plastic play food, but they were either too expensive or not durable enough. Then I looked at the wooden options. They were really cool, but they were too expensive as well.

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