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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs

Hello and welcome to another installment of the DIY play food series. Today I'm showing you how to make "fried" chicken legs for your kids to play with.

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern



Here's the tutorial:



What you need: 
  • the pattern - download here
  • dark brown felt
  • light brown felt
  • matching sewing thread
  • polyester filling

Instructions
  • download and print the pattern.
  • trace the pattern onto the felt and cut the pieces (use a pencil, chalk or disappearing ink to avoid staining the felt). If you have felt scraps, use them.

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern
  • sew each of "bone" the pieces together, adding the polyester filling as you go

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern

  • Do the same with the two "meat" pieces, leaving the smaller edge open to insert the bone

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern

  • Sew the opening, effectively joining the bone and the meat parts
 
DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern

Make as many as you want and pair them with any other play food of your choice.

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern

 
For the pasta tutorial click here.
For the eggs tutorial click here.
For the lettuce leaves tutorial click here.



DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern


For all other play food tutorials check my DIY Play Food Page

DIY Play Food - fried chicken legs - tutorial and pattern


Have fun, and happy Tuesday, 

keeping it real, craft blog






12 comments:

  1. Aww they look so fun to make #TwinklyTuesday

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    1. Thank you, I do have lots of fun designing play food for my kids!

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  2. These are so cute and such a clever idea. Off to look around your blog. Thank you for sharing! #ShareTheJoy

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    1. Thank you, and welcome to Keeping it Real!

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  3. These are too cute! Pinning to make for my daughter who teaches pre-k!

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  4. I love your play food tutorials! Thanks for sharing with Party in Your PJs!

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  5. These look so fab! What a clever idea :) Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

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    1. Thank you, for hosting and for stopping by!

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  6. There are very clever and such a cool idea! Thanks for sharing at Blogger's Pit Stop.

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