What goes better with Holiday singalongs, cocoa by the fire, and Santa than Christmas Cookies? Now your favorite dolls can share in this treasured fun, too! Create cute photos and playtime delights with these super easy felt cookies. Made in classic shapes with hand or machine stitches (your choice!), these pattern pieces can be made over and over in different colors and with no limit to decorating ideas.
Use felt or fleece remnants, ricrac, ribbons, beads, vinyl, foam sheets, puffy fabric paint or glitter glue to simulate the most delicious treats. All pieces are sewn flat (no turning anything right side out) and felt does not require any kind of finishing or edge treatment. They take the tiniest bit of poly stuffing, or if you don’t have any fluff on hand simply use bits of leftover plastic bags! For a fun & relaxing project this one is not to be missed!
Recommended Fabrics: Main Shapes, filling layers, & accent sections- Synthetic & Wool Felt yardage & sheets and Polar Fleece Icing - Same as above, thin Vinyl (any that doesn’t unravel at cut edge)
Main Shapes, filling layers, & accent sections- Synthetic & Wool Felt yardage & sheets and Polar Fleece Icing - Same as above, thin Vinyl (any that don’t unravel at cut edge)
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 34 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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I made some of these cookies for my granddaughters for Christmas. They turned out so cute. I think using small beads so they look like sprinkles was my favorite technique. I only had time to make a dozen cookies total, but I'm sure I will make more.
I love the look of the Christmas cookies you can make with this—my only concern was that these cookies are huge when compared with doll sizes. I reduced my pattern to about 60% before they were properly sized. However, I realize that larger cookies are easier to sew, so I’d advise any novices to try at normal size before changing anything.
The pattern was great! I made them all except the candy cane. It is still yet to do. The snowman is tooo cute! My only suggestion and each person can decide for themselves. For the dolls the patterns are large by scale. Easily adjusted! But they are perfect for cookies for little girls playing with felt food! Loved the pattern
They were great cookies. My granddaughter even helped decorate them. Her doll will love them.. They were easy tomakeand the varieties you can crate are great as well.