Handmade Holidays – Soft (Felt) Pretzels


I sewed some quick and easy soft pretzels for the girls using just two 9″ x 12″ sheets of craft felt and some stuffing. It’s been a great addition to their fold up kitchen set! The pretzels are just long skinny tubes sewn from the felt (no measuring, just eyeballed it), stuffed (by Mark, thanks, honey!), then bent into a pretzel shape and sewn into place. I sewed on some salt, and cut a strip of yellow felt to be used as mustard. They would be perfect for little handmade holiday gifts or stocking stuffers too!!

Bon appétit!

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Comments

  1. Dear Valerie,

    Now I am hungry! Thanks! :-P

    Love,
    Mark

  2. Very clever! I like the mustard – but I prefer mine with cinnamon, and sugar :)

  3. simple and cute – perfect =)

  4. I agree with Mark. They look just real enough that now I’m sooo craving some pretzels.

  5. These look delicious! I think I am going to put a ton of felt food in Sammy’s stocking this year :)

    • How wonderful!! Out of all of the girls’ toys, they love their felt food the most! Have fun — I know Sammy will LOVE it!!

  6. Looks tasty… and rather simple to do. I am sure the girls enjoy them a lot.

  7. Cheese you dip it in cheese, silly :)

    Very cute

  8. Very great idea, thanks for sharing! We are always looking for new ideas around here. Glad to have found your blog.

  9. I’m hungry now too. I’m with Leah – cinnamon and sugar pretzels, YUM! I also like the garlic pretzels dipped in marinara. Someone get me a pretzel!!!!!!!

  10. Those are adorable.

  11. They would make great stocking stuffers! My kids just had their first football concession pretzels, and loved them. I have a feeling the felt version will be just as popular. Maybe I’ll make a felt beer for my husband’s stocking. :)

  12. ha who would of guessed. so greative

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  14. How creative! I love your ideas and have used several in our children’s Bible class craft time. I think I’m going to make some of these to have at my house when little ones come over. Thanks!

  15. They look very nice, even my Bavarian (part of Germany) husband said that they look very nice and now he feels like one, so that is a big success cause he’s pretty picky on his pretzels, mister connoisseur lol

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