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Time:0h30
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Nice 'n' Simple

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Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
2009
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Lemons, Oranges, Limes or Grapefruit... felt food for fun!

I saw a picture of these on a swap I was involved with on another craft site and decided my daughter had to have some oranges.

I made my own pattern based on what I saw. Hope this helps you bring joy to someone who likes play food.

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  1. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 1 1

    Assemble your supplies.

  2. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 2 2

    Cut out one circle in white. A slightly smaller circle in the color of the citrus fruit you are making. And a lozenge shape whose sides are the same length as half of your larger, white, circle in the color of your fruit's rind.

  3. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 3 3

    Put your circles together! The color on top of the white.

  4. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 4 4

    Now sew them together. A running stitch around the edge, another down the middle and then the detail running stitch to make sections in your citrus wedge. You will end up with a spoked wheel as seen to the left.




  5. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 5 5

    Sew the lozenge rind to the circle making sure you line up the center stitch with the points on the lozenge. Leave a space to stuff!

  6. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 6 6

    Stuff your almost complete citrus wedge with polyfill (or whatever other stuffing you think is appropriate).

  7. How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Citrus Wedge - Step 7 7

    Stitch your wedge shut and try not to eat it!

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