Felt Lunchtime Pattern by Little Crickets, we did purchase this pattern for $6, and it was so worth it, these are the cutest little lunch sets I’ve ever seen! Check out Little Cricket’s Etsy shop for more felt creations, they are so cute!
According to my mom , it took awhile to make these, but then she’s such a dear, she made 4 sets since there are 4 kiddos! (I know, one is missing from the pic, she kept it to show a friend.)
Here’s a close up of one of the sets:
The pattern comes with bread, ham, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes (oh the dreaded tomatoes! From what I hear these took the longest, but just take a look at them, they’re adorable!), chocolate chip cookies, pickles, an orange, and a sweet little bag to put it all in!
And look at that cute little orange, we joked that it looked like a pumpkin, and when my 3 year old was ‘fixing me lunch’ the other day, I asked for an orange, and she said “Oh, it looks like I’m out of oranges, but you can have this punkin!” Needless to say I had a little chuckle.
Here are some more fun felt tutorials to aid in your newly found obsession:
your so talented! How do you have the time? I love to sew & I find myself staying up really late to do so. Great job! :)Nicole
soo incredibly adorable!
okay, I finally started these, found a few other patternshttp://keeperofthecheerios.com/2008/12/best-felt-food-patterns-from-around-the-web/
I found some more really cute felt food patterns here:http://jessicapeck.blogspot.com/