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Felt Corn

After successfully making such delicious-looking Felt Strawberries, I decided to challenge myself and moved on to Felt Corn. I liked the way Homemade by Jill used a basket weave approach for making felt corn in this post, but I preferred the more three-dimensional style of corn created here at Just Stuff. I decided to combine the two ideas to create a tutorial all of my own!
Straight from the vegie patch:
Β Into the hands of a hungry hoard (OK, toddler):
Look at those sweet, tasty kernels:
Just peel away the husk, and sink your teeth in:
You can find the complete FELT CORN tutorial here:


  1. super cute! your baby looks like he’s enjoying his corn!

    stopping by from SITS! happy monday!

  2. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for your kind words about my patterns and website! I like your blog also!

  3. So cute! Might be a fun project with my little one πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

  4. Oh my goodness that’s adorable! I just learned to sew this year, and I’m addicted. Granted, I still can’t hand sew to save my life, but I sure can machine sew now! I might just have to try this, I’ve been wanting to make my 2 year old some felt food for his play kitchen! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog for my SITS day today, it means a lot to me!

  5. That is SO cute! I love how you did the kernels. I would love to link to this if you didn’t mind.

  6. Stopping by from SITS!

    I didn’t see your previous layout, but I love your current layout. It is clean, but not boring!

    The corn is so cute!

  7. Loved the way it turned out!

    Thanks for linking up with What are little boys made of?

  8. This rocks. I’ve never seen anything like it before. I’ll keep it in mind when I get around to making felt food. Thanks for linking up to Tot Tuesdays!

  9. adorable! come link up to making monday marvelous! happy memorial day πŸ™‚

  10. Your felt corn on the cob is wonderful. I so love felt crafts and love to see what everyone else is doing with felt. Love it!

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