11 jul. 2010

Tutorial: Felted Hamburger

I leave you this idea + pattern + mini tutorial for you to make a felted toy for your baby or toddler. This felted hamburger with bread, hamburger, slice of tomato, lettuce, sunny side up egg, onion rings and cheese... hmmm yummy!



Sophia liked this hamburger so much that she wanted to eat it! I had to explain to her that this was not for eating but for playing! Does it really look that real?? I don't think so... but she liked it anyway, that is the important thing after all :)



Do you want to make a delicious hamburger for your child to play? Use the free pattern HERE and follow the mini tutorial next:


Bread:
Cut both pieces in brown felt, place one on top of the other, right sides facing and sew all around the edge, leave 1 inch opening. Turn right side out, fill it and slip stitch to close the opening.

Egg:
Cut the egg white in white felt and egg yolk in yellow felt. Place the egg yolk over the egg white and stitch.


Hamburger:
Cut both pieces in brown felt. Make 3 rows of stitches as indicated by the lines in the pattern. Place one on top of the other, add some filling, and top stitch all around the edge.

Onion rings:
Cut 2 pieces for each pattern, place one on top of the other and sew a row of stitches right in the middle of the ring.

Lettuce:
Cut the piece once. Place some elastic thread in your bovine and sew a row of stitches to shirr. If you don't have elastic thread just use a long straight stitch and regular thread to gather, or just cut the piece and keep it simple.

Tomato:
Cut the pieces tomato bottom and tomato top in red felt. Cut tomato middle in a dark red. Place them one on top of another: tomato bottom - tomato middle - tomato top and sew by the edges.



That's all! You are done!

Hoy les dejo esta idea + molde + mini tutorial para hacer un juguete de fieltro para tu niño. Esta hamburguesa con pan, rodaja de tomate, lechuga, huevo frito, aros de cebolla y queso... hmmm que rico!



A Sophia le gustó tanto esta hamburguesa que la quería comer! Tuve que explicarle que era para jugar y no para comer! Realmente parece de verdad?? No creo... pero a ella le gusto de todos modos, esa es la parte importante después de todo :)



Quieres hacer una deliciosa hamburguesa para tu hijo/a? Usa este molde gratis AQUÍ y sigue las instrucciones en el mini tutorial a continuación:


Pan:
Corta ambas piezas en fieltro marrón, coloca una sobre la otra, lados derechos juntos y cose por el borde, deja una abertura de unos 2 cm. Da vuelta hacia el derecho, rellena y cierra la abertura con una costura escondida.

Huevo:
Corta la clara de huevo en fieltro blanco y la yema en fieltro amarillo. Coloca la yema sobre la clara y cose.


Hamburguesa:
Corta ambas piezas en fieltro marrón. Haz 3 filas de puntadas como indican las lineas en el molde. Coloca una pieza sobre la otra, agrega relleno y cose por el borde.

Aros de cebolla:
Corta 2 piezas por cada molde, coloca una sobre la otra y cose por el medio del aro.

Lechuga:
Corta la pieza una sola vea. Coloca algo de hilo elástico en la bobina y cose para fruncir por las lineas punteadas indicadas en el molde. Si no tienes hilo elastico simplemente usa una puntada recta y larga y un hilo común para fruncir, o simplemente corta la pieza y déjala simple.

Tomate:
Corta las piezas tomate abajo y tomate arriba en fieltro rojo. Corta tomate medio en un rojo mas oscuro. Colocalas una sobre la otra: tomate abajo - tomate medio - tomate arriba y cose por los bordes.



Eso es todo! Listo!

I leave you this idea + pattern + mini tutorial for you to make a felt toy for your baby or toddler. This felt hamburger with bread, hamburger, slice of tomato, lettuce, sunny side up egg, onion rings and cheese... hmmm yummy!



Sophia liked this hamburger so much that she wanted to eat it! I had to explain to her that this was not for eating but for playing! Does it really look that real?? I don't think so... but she liked it anyway, that is the important thing after all :)



Do you want to make a delicious hamburger for your child to play? Use the free pattern HERE and follow the mini tutorial next:


Bread:
Cut both pieces in brown felt, place one on top of the other, right sides facing and sew all around the edge, leave 1 inch opening. Turn right side out, fill it and slip stitch to close the opening.

Egg:
Cut the egg white in white felt and egg yolk in yellow felt. Place the egg yolk over the egg white and stitch.


Hamburger:
Cut both pieces in brown felt. Make 3 rows of stitches as indicated by the lines in the pattern. Place one on top of the other, add some filling, and top stitch all around the edge.

Onion rings:
Cut 2 pieces for each pattern, place one on top of the other and sew a row of stitches right in the middle of the ring.

Lettuce:
Cut the piece once. Place some elastic thread in your bovine and sew a row of stitches to shirr. If you don't have elastic thead just use a long straight stitch and regular thread to gather, or just cut the piece and keep it simple.

Tomato:
Cut the pieces tomato bottom and tomato top in red felt. Cut tomato middle in a dark red. Place them one on top of another: tomato bottom - tomatto middle - tomato top and sew by the edges.



That's all! You are done!

3 comentarios:

Margarida dijo...

Hola Cecília! Me encantó su trabajo. He indicado él en mi blog. Besos, Margarida
http://bymargarida.blogspot.com/

Anónimo dijo...

Hola era lo que estaba buscando muchas gracias

Anónimo dijo...

Q lindos, yo los quiero hacer! =)

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