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Felt Cherry Pie

Make this adorable felt cherry pie -- it's perfect for any play kitchen.




  • Pie template
  • Red felt
  • Tan felt
  • Scissors
  • Pinking shears
  • Sewing machine
  • 1/2-inch-thick polyester batting
  • 1-inch-thick polyester batting
  • Brown and green felt scraps
  • Red felted ball
  • Needle and coordinating thread


  1. Step 1

    Enlarge and print template; cut out shapes.

  2. Step 2

    Trace and cut two pie-top circles from red felt. Cut 1-inch-wide by 8-inch-long strips from tan felt with pinking shears.

  3. Step 3

    Weave strips over one red circle as you would for a pie. Place second red circle over first circle and strips.

  4. Step 4

    Machine sew around circle with a 1/4-inch seam allowance. Cut a slit in the center of the bottom red circle and turn entire pie top right-side out.

  5. Step 5

    Trace and cut the pie-filler circle from 1/2-inch polyester batting. Stuff the pie top with the batting circle and hand-sew the slit closed.

  6. Step 6

    Trace and cut two "side of pie" pieces from tan felt. For each, fold over about 1/2 inch on the longer side and iron; sew down edge. Trace and cut the pie bottom from the tan felt.

  7. Step 7

    Machine sew both side pieces to bottom circle. Sew the ends of the sides together.

  8. Step 8

    Trace and cut the pie-filler circle from 1/2-inch polyester batting and 1-inch polyester batting. Insert both into felt pie crust.

  9. Step 9

    Place pie top on top of batting; pin and hand sew in place.

  10. Step 10

    Sew a thin piece of brown felt onto a red felted ball to make a cherry; cut a leaf shape and add to brown felt stem with a few stitches. Sew cherry onto top of pie.

The Martha Stewart Show, February 2009



Reviews (14)

  • Katea30 13 May, 2009

    So totally cute! Just to let everybody know has the felt to make this. They have a million colors and awesome customer service, I get all of my felt from them, and they have really fast shipping.

  • Basia_Design 12 Mar, 2009

    Use your imagination and adapt the idea for other uses (ie, pin cushion for the avid sewer, crafty trinket box). And, be alittle creative and adapt the design to your liking. The possibilities are endless.

  • kittikong 12 Mar, 2009

    I think this is very cute and is a great addition to my daughters "food"

  • LHB123 11 Mar, 2009

    This is the ugliest thing I've seen on this site! Perhaps if the strips were realistically close....and what is the purpose?

  • TerryLynneSchiele 11 Mar, 2009

    I used to make potpouri pies years ago, and I like mine better, they were so pretty and very easyto do. I gave them as gifts and everyone loved them

  • organicmama 11 Mar, 2009

    I love this!! I'd love to see some more easy felt food :o)

  • louloufelts 11 Mar, 2009

    I love credible pie! I am the editor for Craft Gossip felting and just i did a posting on craft gossip at the following link:

  • teacher312 11 Mar, 2009

    I was thinking that it would make a cute pin cushion too! Can't wait to make it.

  • dennisallen 11 Mar, 2009

    A coworker made this craft however with apple potpourri. It makes our work space smell very nice!

  • MsFMG 25 Feb, 2009

    Won't this adorable Cherry Pie be perfect for a pin cushion in the sewing/knitting area? Pins - stuck into the red squares - and other accessories stored underneath the tan strips, such as an embroidery scissor, a crochet hook, etc.

  • JannieBee 20 Feb, 2009

    This artist does really neat works of perfection! The food convincingly make your mouth water. Very creative...

  • shelfish 19 Feb, 2009

    A very cute idea..I am thinking about adapting this idea to make covers for the kitchen stools..

  • DianaEvans 18 Feb, 2009

    what wonderful creations...I stopped by Hilary's web site food is awesome...and that sandwich...too cute.....

  • karencan 18 Feb, 2009

    it's really SWEET... wish there'd been more time to do the cookies and iced donuts Hilary had with her, too (c;