Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Felt Food Chocolate Chip Cookie Tutorial

I found lots of tutorials on felt fruit and made these strawberries, but couldn't find one for chocolate chip cookies... Come on, who doesn't like chocolate chip cookies...?

So here is my Chocolate Chip Cookie Tutorial...


I traced a jar lid on folded felt, so I could cut out both front and back.

Then with darker brown felt, I cut out random shape "chips"

Sew your "chips" onto the top circle.
Then pinned right side to right side.

Sew around the "cookie" don't forget to leave an opening for turning right side out.

Stuff with batting.
Pin the opening and hand stitch the hole closed.
Super Easy and the kids LOVE them!

17 comments:

Jamie said...

I love making felt food and think it is time to add some chocolate chip cookies to our collection! Thanks!

Rambling Girl said...

How cute! I have actually made some of these before when I was a lot younger...I was in school when I made these...Gosh I almost forgot about that...umteen years ago! I know all your kiddies will enjoy playing with all the neat food you have made!

Jill said...

Oh how cute! That will be perfect for the children's playhouse! (todays post)
Thanks for sharing!!!

Elise said...

Yummy!! ;) I think I need some cookies.
Elise

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

Just darling! How on earth did you come up with that? Such a cute idea...

Farmgirl Paints said...

Wow you're crafty. Super cute!!

Mother Hood said...

All hail the felt queen!

Christina said...

Absolutely adorable. My kiddos are too old for these unfortunately, but still they are so cute. I'll have to send the link to my sister.

Em @ Bunch of Scrap said...

SO cute! I can't wait to see what you make next!

Jerelene said...

You are so crafty!! That is really a cute idea. It might be something fun to do WITH the kids...I LOVE IT!! I have to admit though...(I like the real ones better :) Thanks for the wonderful idea!! Love, Jerelene

Jill said...

ohhhhh so adorable. I think my daughter definitely needs these in her little kitchen :)
Thanks for the how-to.

sherri said...

You make things look so easy! They are cute too...yummy enough to eat!

Cheryl B. said...

p-l-e-a-s-e tell me that after you got those adorable little felt cookies completed, you could no longer resist temptation and went in and made some real (as in edible) chocolate chip cookies ;-} I know I'm highly tempted to now o:-p

Mimi Sue said...

I should be making these for my grandgirls. They'd love them. Thanks for showing us how. Mimi

Cherry's Jubilee said...

Those are adorable! Would make a great gift. cherry

Cheryl B. said...

Jen, in my 'blog surfing' this morning, I came across a picture which I thought I should tell you about. It's at the blog called "V. & Co." http://www.vanessachristenson.com/ and in one of the pictures, she shows her daughters table with adorable little sugar cookies on it ;-}
My grand daughter is two weeks old today - and I am finding ALL kinds of wonderful ideas for her o:-p
If your ever curious, your welcome to visit my 'blog' www.xanga.com/thehousethatlovebuilt. Last Friday (6/12/09) I posted the third installment about blog "theme days".
Just thought I should show you the sugar cookies...
Cheryl B.

~~Deby said...

I am having sooo much fun browsing your blog this warm afternoon in Washington State...
I think this is the cutest ever..this choc-chop tutorial...can I do a post about this on my blog and send all my readers to yours to read this..
I have some sewers and I just think this is so cute...
deby