Home » Craft » Making Pumpkin Pie Felt Food for Holiday Pretend Baking

Making Pumpkin Pie Felt Food for Holiday Pretend Baking

Free pattern for making pumpkin pie play food out of felt for holiday pretend baking.

Click to read also: Sewing Tutorials for All Ages

felt pumpkin pie sewing pattern

One of Emma’s friends turned five this month. Her mama went to pastry school, so I thought this pumpkin pie would make a fun birthday present! I used my pumpkin pie pattern from my collection of free felt food patterns, but made the edge of the pie slightly taller to make a more filling pie. =)

felt pumpkin pie

Some links on this site are affiliate links and I may earn a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you! Learn more.

How to Make Felt Pumpkin Pie Felt Food

This is a very simple craft! Download the template, and cut it out. We used acrylic felt, but wool felt would look amazing!

Sewing Your Felt Pumpkin Pie

I recommend stitching the orange pieces together first, and then added on the pie crust at the end. I used a running stitch to attach the top of the filling to the top of the pie crust, and a blanket stitch everywhere else. Cluster style stuffing is my favorite stuffing material, but plain old polyester fiber fill will work as well for this project.

Our pumpkin pie continues to be a favorite play kitchen accessory, both with my kids and their friends who come to visit!

Are you looking for more felt food patterns? I have a couple of others that are fun:

I would love to see photos, if you make felt pumpkin pie for your kids (or grandkids!)

Share comments and feedback below, on my Facebook page, or by tagging me on InstagramSign up for my newsletter to receive book recommendations, crafts, activities, and parenting tips in your inbox every week.

MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

15 thoughts on “Making Pumpkin Pie Felt Food for Holiday Pretend Baking”

  1. Oh, I had to look closely to see that it’s really a play food! I agree – you have the greatest gifts, and I am sure your children will inherit your creativity.
    .-= Natalie´s last blog ..What My Child Is Reading – October 30- 2010 =-.

  2. Elisa | blissfulE

    What a lovely gift. And I have to say, it looks perfectly edible!! Yum!
    .-= Elisa | blissfulE´s last blog ..she’s up- she’s down- she’s all around =-.

  3. @Elisa – Thanks!

    @Christy – Thanks! It’s pretty easy to put together. If you try the pattern, the edge piece is usually slightly too long, but I just trim it as I sew it on. It’s easy to trim, but impossible to fix if it’s too short.

Comments are closed.

Scroll to Top