Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

For the #12MonthsofDIY Challenge this month, I’m joining with 11 other Canadian Blogging pals to share some great projects all made with felt!  When I heard that felt was the material for July, I knew I wanted to make some cute felt play food.  Could these Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies be any cuter?  And they’re really fun to make too.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

All our felt was provided by Kunin Felt.  Their Eco-fi Plus Premium Felt is made from re-cycled materials, and lovely and thick, and soft to work with.

Materials:

  • Felt – I used Candy Pink, Sandstone Beige,  Dark Brown Walnut and Black
  • Stuffing
  • Disappearing Marker
  • Embroidery Cotton – pink, white, black, dark brown and beige

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

Directions:

Start by tracing a circle shape on to the beige felt.  I used a circle that was about 6.5 cm in diameter and traced around it.  I used a disappearing marker for this project, it worked really well, without having to worry about any pen markings on the final project.

Cut out two circles for each cookie, along with tiny circle cheeks in pink, eyes in black, and varying sized chocolate chips in the dark brown.  Sharp scissors are a must when working with fabric, especially when making the little detail pieces.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

Use the disappearing marker to mark your face.  Mix and match different eye and mouth styles to make lots of unique little faces.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

To create the mouth, use 2 strands of embroidery cotton, and back stitch the mouth.  For the eyes, stitch closed, winking, or sleeping eyes, or use black felt dots.  You can also add stitched eye lashes.  For the centre of the eye, use white embroidery cotton to make a french knot.  Add the pink felt checks with one stitch.

The chocolate chips are cut in varying sizes and shapes -to imitate real cookies.  Stitch them to the cookie with a small x.

Once the face and chips are attached, it’s time to sew the cookie together.  I used 2 strands of beige embroidery cotton, and sewed with a blanket stitch, I like the way it finishes the edges.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

Leave a little gap near the end, and add in a little stuffing before closing.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

They’re a little time consuming, but simple and so, so cute.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

I started out making three, but it was so much fun coming up with their little facial expressions, that I made more.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

I think this little cry-baby cookie is my favourite.

Might be easier to sneak up on a sleeping cookie. 😉

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies -easy sew, and the perfect play food for kids to enjoy!

With handmade Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies, life really is a party!

Now it’s time to see the rest of the DIY felt project ideas from my Canadian blogging friends!

12MonthsofDIY-July-Felt-DIY-Craft-Ideas

From the top left, they are:

No Sew Felt Sewing Needle Storage Case from Time With Thea

DIY Felt Succulents from Brooklyn Berry Designs

DIY Felt Feather Garland from Vin’yet Etc.

Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies from Life is a Party

DIY Felt Basket from Love Create Celebrate

DIY Felt Fruit Mobile from Woman in Real Life

DIY Felt Notebook Covers from Lifeovereasy

Felt Flamingo Bag from PMQ for Two

DIY Felt Coasters from Fresh Crush

DIY Nautical Throw Pillows with Felt Fabric from Sustain My Craft Habit

Floral Felt Tic-Tac-Toe Game from The DIY Mommy

Felt Wall Organizer from Love Create Celebrate

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Comments

  1. Girl! These are too cute! ! ! They should be their own emoji!

  2. Oh my goodness, I really fell hard for these adorable felt cookies!! I think they are the cutest thing ever!

  3. these are just adorable! I am definitely adding them to my list of fun projects to do with nieces and nephews – we love anything food related:)

  4. Thanks Heather, I hope your nieces and nephews like them!

  5. Thanks Laurie! They’re so much fun to make too.

  6. thanks Ariel!

  7. These are SOOOOOO cute!! My daughter would LOVE them! Are they for sale?! lol

  8. These are so darn cute. I actually want some myself!

  9. Thanks Joann, I won’t tell if you make them for yourself. 😉
    Dannyelle

  10. Thanks Lindi, you’ll have to make some too. 🙂
    Dannyelle

  11. Your Felt Chocolate Chip Cookies are so clever, so creative and so adorable. There are so many possibilities for using them! They are a fun decor piece and of course with pretend tea parties! I love the idea of making each one look different using a different facial expression! I think they would make lovely handmade gifts too!

  12. Oh my! Those are beyond adorable. And the expressions! I just might need some felt cookies in my life 😉

  13. Thanks Dani!

  14. Thanks Thea, they’re a lot of fun to make too.
    Dannyelle

  15. You are right; these felt cc cookies could not be any cuter!!!

  16. thanks Sue!

  17. These are absolutely adorable! What a wonderful gift these would make for a child. I’m now picturing other adorable felt desserts or fruit or food…so many possibilities!

  18. Thanks Sonja, yes there really are endless possibilities. Love making felt food and the little faces are a little more added fun. You should try it 🙂
    Best, Dannyelle

  19. CUTE! I love the little faces, and your photos are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Thanks Christina!

  21. These are the most adorable craft ever!! So cute!

  22. Thanks Jen!

  23. Hi Dannyelle. Thank you for sharing this project to us. We included it on our round-up post here, http://sewuber.com/make/easy-kids-sewing-projects/

    Please feel free to contact us if you want to add something.

    Cheers,
    Sandra

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