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Fluffy felt chocolate cake
A yummy felt chocolate cake I made for a friend who's on a diet :b
I got the idea from here: http://cottoncandy33.deviantart.com/art/Double-Chocolate-Cake-Felt-Plush-273869916

Posted by Ana M. from Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal • Published See Ana M.'s 7 projects »
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  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 1
    Step 1

    First of all, cut a rectangular and a triangular piece (as shown), and sew them together along the blue line (red line is only to indicate the approximate shape of the triangle). It is important that the bigger sizes of the triangle together are a bit smaller than the rectangle's length.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 2
    Step 2

    After sewing the blue part, the next step is to sew red line no. 1 to the corresponding part of the rectangle.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 3
    Step 3

    In the end, it should like this. Notice the small space left on each side of the rectangle.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 4
    Step 4

    Now you have to sew a rectangular piece of felt (as shown) to the third side of the triangle (red 2, in previous pic).

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 5
    Step 5

    Now you will have to cut a new triangular piece of felt (try to make it as similar as possible to the first one), and pin it to the bottom of your cake, as shown. You should now sew along the 2 green lines, making sure the whole thing is nicely symmetrical. All the other edges that I did not mention, leave open, since you now need to turn it inside out.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 6
    Step 6

    Next step is to cut some white felt: a thin piece with such a length as to go from one side of the cake to the other (as seen in main pic). Pin it, and sew.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 7
    Step 7

    For the little meringues on top, cut a circular piece of white felt, sew it as seen here, and in the end pull the thread until it looks something like the one in the main pic. I put no stuffing in these, because I thought they looked small and yummy enough without it :)
    I have no pictures of the making of the cinnamon roll, but it's basically just creating a roll with light brown felt and sewing both around and inside, so that it looks like the one shown.

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 8
    Step 8

    The next thing to do is to sew these little pieces on the main body of the cake, as shown (don't forget the cinnamon roll!).

  • How to make a cake plushie. Felt Chocolate Cake - Step 9
    Step 9

    Finally, stuff it nicely, and close it (with invisible stitch).

    Hint: since I find it difficult at times to get everything right with invisible stitch (mine always ends up sideways and asymmetrical), I turned the cake "outside in", sewed all the edges but one (with regular stitch), and then turned it "the right way" again. Finally, I used invisible stitch to sew this remaining edge (as shown).

    Et voilà! A nice, delicious-looking chocolate cake :)

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