Friday, December 28, 2012

Felt breakfast.


Felt breakfast.


I hope you all had a wonderful, wonderful holiday! We had a great Christmas, and now we are enjoying spending some time with my mom, who is in town. My sister and her family were out of town for Christmas day, so we celebrated with them yesterday. I made felt breakfast foods for my niece Helen. She has a play kitchen and loves to play pretend. (Joe would rather play with his cars.)

As you can see, I am still in felt-land. All I can say is, felt is super addictive! The possibilities are endless, and the internet awesomeness is similarly endless. And I'm happy to report that my blanket stitch skills are rapidly improving.

But I haven't completely forgotten my sewing machine, either. (Also, I got something special for Christmas that I can't wait to share with you!) I am about to go to go make some new pants for the Magster. Stay tuned!


5 comments:

  1. Love it! Must say you missed the opportunity for a heap of 'felt like breakfast' kind of puns though.

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    1. Hahaha! Didn't even occur to me! That would have been awesome, though. :-)

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  2. Love it! I've also been deep in felt-land these days. I hope to get the corn on the cob done this weekend. I bought a bag full of snaps at a thrift store only to find that there were only the female sides. Now that they are in ELi's kitchen he's rather pretend that they are soup or tea or what have you than to play with the felt food I've made. But I'm having enough fun that I don't want to stop making it, and the snaps are sure to lose their charm after a while (right?)

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    1. Oh yes, the snaps will get boring shortly, I'm sure! ;-) When I gave Helen this gift she tossed it to the side in total disinterest. Ah well. What can you do?

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