I think felt play food is so fun! Check out these adorable felt food patterns! Many of them go together super quick and make fun sewing projects. Felt projects can also make great party favors. These felt carrot pencil holders make a cute activity for a child’s table.  Wrap up special treats with these felt bunny bags. You might also like this felt crayon and note pad holder.

Felt Food Patterns

Wouldn’t this  felt birthday cake make the perfect birthday gift? A child could celebrate all year long!

Felt Birthday Cake

felt food birthday cake

Fill a berry basket with these sweet little gems.  I child could pretend they have a fruit stand!

Felt Strawberry Pattern

felt food strawberries

Who doesn’t love donuts and with sprinkles.  Whip a few of these up and I bet your child will have fun bringing you play breakfast in bed!

Felt Donut Pattern

felt food donut

Kids love to pretend cook and this felt chicken noodle soup will have them serving up hours of fun. What a clever pattern!

Felt Soup Can with Chicken Noodle Soup

These simple felt patterns are perfect for the child that likes to feed their doll and also play restaurant.

Felt Eggs and Orange Slices

Have fun playing movie theater with this cute felt popcorn and candy.

Felt Popcorn and Candy Bar

Yes, please! Is what I say to pie. This one is a must for a child that loves to play restaurant.

Felt Pumkin Pie with Whipped Cream

This one is mine. My kids loved to pretend they were having a sack lunch to I whipped up this felt food set. It has everything you need from a fully loaded sandwich to even a ding dong.

Felt Brown Bag Lunch

felt food sack lunch

Fill up a child’s pretend grocery store with this felt bounty!

Felt Vegetables Tutorial

I love how woven pieces of felt make this felt corn on the cob look realistic.

Felt corn on the cob

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  1. Just found you through Pinterest. Couldn’t help but think how fun it would be to adapt the birthday cake to a hat (to REALLY embarass the recipient)! Although children might find it fun!

  2. These are adorable. It makes me want to figure out how to use my sewing machine. These would be AWESOME in my dramatic play center in my preschool room. Thanks for sharing your amazing ideas. Now if only I could get the chicken soup one to open, it tells me “denied”.

  3. The link to the veggie tutorial says it is by invitation only 🙁 bummer

  4. I made some donuts for my granddaughters and they love them . I had quit sewing for a while and I spotted your donuts and decided to make them for their dramtic play kitchen. Love them

  5. Lots of cute ideas. I think I’ll try the donut one next. My favorite is the birthday cake! So fun!! I made one for my daughter. My version is on my blog thriftyniftythings.blogspot.com. I think I’m going to add some veggie ones so she doesn’t get a sweet tooth!!;)

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