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Free Felt Egg and Bacon Patterns - Finishing


Take your needle underneath the felt and insert it straight through both layers of felt from the bottom side about 1/8 to 3/16 of an inch from the edge (or your preferred blanket stitch size).
sewing the felt fried egg


Pull the floss through the felt, inserting the needle through the small loop that forms from the front. This creates your first blanket stitch.
sewing the felt fried egg


Continue stitching around the egg white. Tie off the end of the floss securely and hide the end in between the layers of felt.
sewing the felt fried egg


Making the Felt Bacon


Cut the bacon patterns out from the printed sheet. Use them to cut one "bacon fat" from the cream colored felt and and two "meat" pieces from the maroon felt.
sewing the felt bacon


Place the "bacon fat" piece on top of one of the maroon "meat" pieces as shown in the photo. Use a small, close whip stitch to sew the cream colored piece in place on top of the maroon strip along both edges (again, use three strands of floss). If the cream piece sticks out from the side, trim the excess (the felt can sometimes stretch a little while being sewn).
sewing the felt bacon


This is what the bacon will look like when both sides of the cream strip are sewn down. Tie off the end of the floss securely on the bottom side of the bacon.
sewing the felt bacon


Using three strands of the maroon floss, stitch the two maroon felt pieces together with a blanket stitch. Begin the blanket stitch as demonstrated with the egg white. Stitch all the way around the bacon and tie off the end securely, hiding the end in between the felt layers.
sewing the felt bacon



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