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This is the first felt food I've made. I picked something pretty easy to do for my first time - Agnolotti (filled crescent-shaped) pasta like Haba's R...
yellow feltyellow threadstuffingsomething round to trace (I used a Magic Sizing can)pinking shearserasable fabric pen
I used the bottom of a Magic Sizing can. It made a perfect 2 1/2" circle.
You can cut the circle out using pinking shears or cut it out using regular scissors then pink it!
Use just a tad of poly-fil stuffing - you should have a little bit of space all around the stuffing.
Fold it in half, make sure to line up the pinking points and pin - use a LOT of pins!
Stitch 1/4" around the top edge of the "pasta". Go slowly and make sure to back stitch!
This project took about 20 minutes.You could squirt it with water to get the blue markings off, but I didn't do that since I figured it'd just wear of...
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