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A simple Starwberry made of felt that anyone can make!
I used neon pink felt, because I didn't have red. (: Strawberries are nice to make with scraps of fabric you have leftover.

Posted by karenlei from El Monte, California, United States • Published See karenlei's 9 projects »
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  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 1
    Step 1

    ONE half circle makes one strawberry. If you want the strawberry wider, cut a pacman instead.

    Scrap of green felt is for the leaves.

  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 2
    Step 2

    Fold the half circle in half, and sew the edge.

  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 3
    Step 3

    flip it over.

    Then stitch all the way around the top.

  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 4
    Step 4

    fill it with stuffing;

    pull it tight, so it closes, and knot it, or sew it closed.

  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 5
    Step 5

    cut a green leaf-like shape from the green scrap. Attach it to the top by sewing it on.

  • How to make a fruit plushie. Felt Strawberry - Step 6
    Step 6

    Add dots by making several french knots, or you can use fabric paint.

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Becsta!
Becsta! · Clarkefield, Victoria, AU · 3 projects
Ive made like 50 LOL theirs strawberys everywhere! XD LOL
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Becsta!
Becsta! · Clarkefield, Victoria, AU · 3 projects
I made one it is sooo cute! Its about 2 cm though...
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TraumaDoll · London, GB · 1 project
I'm so sorry, I posted my comment three times - I didn't mean to spam, it just seemed like the site wasn't posting it. Maybe it's possible for someone to remove two of them?
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TraumaDoll
TraumaDoll · London, GB · 1 project
I love it! This was the first thing we learnt to sew in Textiles class at school, just to get us used to the stitches. We were all aged around 11 then, so I know this is a great project to make with kids. Most people I know that made them still have theirs.
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TraumaDoll
TraumaDoll · London, GB · 1 project
I love it! This was the first thing we learnt to sew in Textiles class at school, just to get us used to the stitches. We were all aged around 11 then, so I know this is a great project to make with kids. Most people I know that made them still have theirs.
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TraumaDoll
TraumaDoll · London, GB · 1 project
I love it! This was the first thing we learnt to sew in Textiles class at school, just to get us used to the stitches. We were all aged around 11 then, so I know this is a great project to make with kids. Most people I know that made them still have theirs.
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