I don’t think I’ll have the time. I’ve had some failures. Tag photos of your creations on Instagram or Twitter with #atfeltalong (or email them to me) and I’ll share them in a post as a way to pat each other on the back and keep us motivated. Now’s your chance to get on board the felt food train and do it together alongside me and other readers! (Image credits: Carrie McBride) I’m afraid it’s not going to look good. Week #1 (this week!): Choose what you’re going to make from our Gigantic List of Free Felt Food Tutorials Patterns and buy your materials.Week #2: BreakfastWeek #3: LunchWeek #4: DinnerWeek #5: Dessert
By the time the holidays roll around you’ll have wonderful homemade gifts for your child or another child you love! It might not. But you learn from your mistakes and get better. I don’t have a sewing machine. I won’t tell. There are some foods that I have found quicker to make using a combination of a machine and hands, but rest assured none of it requires a machine. The Plan:
We make one meal a week for four weeks: breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. You can always start and do as much as you can. I have several abandoned felt cupcakes in my closet, not to mention an obscene doughnut that I couldn’t in good conscience gift to a child.