felt banana, felt broccoli, felt brownie, felt cantalope, felt carrot, felt cheeseburger, felt crafts, felt eggs, felt food, felt green beans, felt loaf of bread, felt milk carton, felt onion, felt persimmon, felt pineapple, felt popcorn, felt potato, felt quiche, felt root beer, felt tamales, felt tea bag, felt turkey dinner, felt waffle cone ice cream, felt watermelon
It hasn’t escaped my attention that many of my “good number of viewers” (I’m not even going to mention the number as it is embarrassingly small) stem not from a search for “witty, talented, beautiful Muttix” or even “stuff of legends” but instead from some variation of “felt crafts” or “felt food”. So fine. That’s what you want, I’ll serve it up. You know, ’cause I have a bit of the block anyway…
Check for another installment of felt tutorials tomorrow (which won’t be so highly food focused). As always, you can search the blog in the sidebar, or click the tags (which are kind of dirty and need cleaning up). And one day, I’ll get to updating that Tutorials tab… Ah, dreams.
I was perusing Etsy today and came across some cool finds. Some of these I’ve seen and lusted after for awhile, some are new. This is not a complete or final Christmas list, but I see the beginnings of one stirring. Also included are some free tutorials. I’m lazy today so you’ll have to check out the links to see which is which.
Field Notes’ offerings
American Felt and Craft has a ton of free patterns for felt food
I made a sandwich for the chits using Skip to My Lou’s Felt Brown Bag Lunch Tutorial
In an effort to get more organized, I’m adding crafty projects to my Outlook. I have to say, it satisfies the list maker in me to see the neatly organized crafts entered by day to start.
I decided to stick with Stanza and B&N’s e-reader. I finished “The Help” last night. It was pretty good once I got fully into it. I’m glad that I bought it.
I haven’t yet decided what I’ll read next. Today was a lazy day as it was my first off day in almost a month (just a couple days shy of the mark). I made the kids a few pieces of play food (a pancake, a strawberry, and a few chips) and that’s about it for my accomplishments.
I think I might be in the mood for some Jane Austen…
I find it ridiculous that I would spend so much time researching something and not update my tutorial page with the results of what I’ve found. So, I’m going to spend some time tonight updating the play food section of my tutorial list. So far I’ve added a few but I’ve run into technical difficulties and as such am now swamped trying to figure out how to fix what I messed up. Check back in the morning for what I hope will be one of the most exhaustive lists of links for play food tutorials on the web!
(For those new to my blog, just click on the tab that says “Tutorials” above to get to my page of free tutorial/pattern links.)