Sunday, January 4, 2009

Felt Food. Quite possibly as addictive as many illegal substances.

I can't say I wasn't warned. I knew this would be addicting. I couldn't help myself. Not one bit. My poor husband came into the kitchen where I was working and surveyed the extent of the damage. I was camped around my sewing machine with piles and piles of felt, thread, scissors and polyfil stuffing. It was...glorious. I don't shy away from complicated or intricate projects, but there is something to be said for this felt food business. It's almost instantly gratifying and ridiculously easy. Seriously.

I made Rory a bunch of felt food to use with her play kitchen. I even whipped up a felt store bag to keep everything together. It says "Felt-Mart" on the front. At midnight on December 22nd, I felt so clever.

I have a feeling there is much more felt food in my future, but for now Rory's grocery list includes:
two slices of bread, a slice of toast, farfalle pasta, multi-grain ravioli, two carrots, an apple, a slice of lunch meat, lettuce, a slice of cheese, a hot dog, an onion slice, three green beans, a tomato, a pair of pickles, slices of lemon, lime, orange and apple, two pieces of bacon, two buttered pancakes and an egg.


Kacy said...

There is no end to your creative genius!!

The Kento Beans said...

SO AWESOME! Especially love the farfalle pasta!!

bdkd0708 said...

I love the felt calorie high cholesterol, no sodium amounts to worry hat is off to the chef!

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