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cake slice felt food tutorial

Hello! Today we’re diving into a slightly more complicated felt food project, this cake slice felt food tutorial. This is super cute and you can make any flavor of cake you’d like. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of detailed photos to help guide you through. Also, like with all of my felt food tutorials, there’s a very helpful printable pattern for you at the bottom of the post. Here’s what you’ll need.

Check out our other felt food sewing patterns here!

Cake Slice Felt Food Tutorial + Pattern


  • Brown, pink, and white felt.
  • Brown, pink, and white embroidery thread.
  • Embroidery needles.
  • Fiber fill.
  • Scissors.
  • Sewing pins.
  • Pencil. 
  • Lightweight cardboard. The side of a cereal or cracker box works perfect.
  • Printed Felt Cake Slice Pattern. See the bottom of this post.

Start by carefully cutting out all of the pattern pieces. Make sure to trim along the black lines going into the whipped cream piece as well. If you’d like, you can take a moment to label your pattern pieces as shown above. Now take the thin cardboard and put your two side pieces and the top/bottom piece on it.

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Trace around them with a pencil, and cut them out. Set the cardboard pieces aside for now, we’ll use them later when we start assembling the cake slice. They’ll help the cake keep it’s shape so it doesn’t turn into a triangular blob. Next take the back piece and the top/bottom piece again and trace them onto your pink felt.

For this next part, we’re going to make the side frosting. This part is optional because it isn’t included in the pattern, but it’s super easy to draft. Just take one of your side piece patterns and lay it down on your pink felt. Trace just the short sides of the pattern piece. Then measure and mark out two sections that are 1/2 inch wide. Ta da! Super easy and you have frosting pieces to cut out. I wanted to show you how easy it is to customize your cake or other felt creations by using the patterns I provide and modifying the technique. Don’t feel limited by patterns, use them to your advantage!

Now go ahead and cut out all your pink pattern pieces. Next you’re going to lay your two side pieces and the top/bottom piece down on your brown felt. Here’s where we need those sewing pins.

It’s difficult to trace on darker felt, so for this part I recommend using pins to hold the pattern in place while you cut it out with your scissors. Next just place your whipped cream piece on your white felt and trace around it.

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Then cut it out, making sure to cut into the cream where the lines are again. This is important for later. Now we can get to the fun part and start building our cake! Grab your two pink frosting pieces and lay them on top of your brown side pieces. Make sure they’re centered, and pin them in place. Then thread an embroidery needle with three strands of pink embroidery thread, and knot the end.

Sew the pink frosting into place using a simple running stitch on both sides of the frosting. Do this for both side pieces. Next you’re going to prepare some brown embroidery thread the same way we did for the pink.

Place your two side pieces together with the frosting facing outwards. Starting the needle between the layers so the knot is hidden, sew the two pieces together using a blanket stitch. You can also use a whip stitch, but a blanket stitch is slightly more decorative. It should look like this when you’re all done.

Next we’re going to take the pink back piece and sew it to one of the two side pieces exactly the same way. You should have a long strip of felt now that has two side pieces and one back piece. Now you’re going to make the back pice and the other side piece meet up to form a triangle, and stitch that side together as well.

I bet you can see the cake finally starting to take shape now. Next you’re going to take the brown bottom piece and set it on top of the triangle, match the sides up. Starting at one of the pink and brown corners, start stitching all the way around the two brown sides, taking care to match up the corners of the triangle.

For the pink back side of the cake, switch to pink thread and sew that closed as well. Flip it over, and you have a cake shaped box! Now we need to get those pieces of cardboard we made earlier.

Start by trimming them down by about 1/16 of an inch, and setting them into place inside the cake. They should fit snugly, but not super tight. For the sides you’ll need to trim a bit more, just so that when the side pieces are in place you have about 1/8 inch of space where you can see the brown felt above the cardboard. This is so we can sew the top on. There is no cardboard for the back piece or the top, as we want the back to curve outwards like a real cake and for the top to be fluffy as well like real frosting.

Now go ahead and stitch the top triangle on just like we did the bottom, using all pink thread this time. Leave the back curve open, and stuff your cake full of fiber fill.

You want it nice and firm. When you’re happy with how it looks, stitch the back closed as well. And your main cake piece is done!

Let’s make the whipped cream now. Take your cut out white felt and thread a needle with white embroidery thread. You’re going to stitch through the tips of each little petal, starting at the inside of the felt and ending with the needle pointing outwards like shown.

Stitch through each petal this way, pulling the thread gently, and you’ll see the cream shape starting to form. When you have almost all the petals stitched, form a small ball with some fiber fill and stuff it inside the cream.

Continue stitching through the petals, taking the needle into already stitched ones to close the loop. Pull tight and stitch through a few times to secure the whipped cream puff, and then tie and hide the knot. Now just stitch the cream to the top of your cake a couple times. Knot it and hide the thread by pulling your needle through the cake before cutting it off. You can place your cream puff anywhere you’d like, and even use three or four of different colors for a really decadent looking cake.

And you’re all done!!

I promise that when you get the hang of it, this cake actually goes super fast. I hope you found this cake slice felt food tutorial helpful, and don’t forget to click on the pattern below to be taken to the page where you can print it out!

cake slice felt food tutorial

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Yummy Felt Cake

Yummy Felt CakeYummy Felt Cake

This looks too good to eat! And it's made out of felt!

What you need

needle & thread


If you’re blessed with math skills, and you know how to break down the measurements of a circle to come up with a rectangle of the same size, then you’re a better person than I. Since I’m a dunce when it comes to ‘rithmetic, I used the Dummy Method:

Trace a ramekin (or mug). This will be your cake top and bottom. Then, using a piece of string, measure around the ramekin. This will be the length of your rectangle, which will be the sides of your cake. In my case, I use synthetic felt that doesn’t come in the length I needed, so I just cut two rectangles. As for the height of your cake, that’s completely up to you. I went for a couple of inches.

Cut out two circles–one in the color of your cake, and one in the color of your frosting. The frosting circle will be your top, and the cake circle will be the bottom. Using the same rectangle pattern, cut out another rectangle in your frosting color. You can cut this in half for a nice clean look, or just trim a little of it off, depending on how far you want the frosting to “drip” down the cake. I trimmed out the scalloped pattern freehand to save time. Now you’re ready to assemble.

Felt Cake Pieces

If you’re using two pieces of felt for the cake sides, go ahead and stitch those together, end to end. The only stitch you’ll need to use for the body of this project is an overhand stitch, by the way. Easy peasy. Don’t pull your stitches too tight, since you want to have a little give when it comes time to shape everything. But do make your stitches snug enough to keep any gaps from appearing. If the pieces stick up where they’re joined, don’t worry. They’ll flatten with some gentle encouragement. Once your rectangles are joined, you can stitch the bottom circle on.

Once you’ve got the circle stitched on, you can join up the other two ends of your rectangle.

Now, on to the frosting. Stitch your scalloped pieces onto the cake body, again using an overhand stitch. I leave the top unstitched, since you’ll be sewing the cake top onto it anyway. Sew the ends of the frosting together (and to the cake) as you go along. Add any embellishments, if you’d like. I used a french knot on each scallop for extra cuteness on my first few cakes. Now you can stitch your cake top on, using the same method as for the bottom piece. Don’t forget to leave a couple of inches open for stuffing!


Felt Cake Stitching

Felt Cake Stitching

At this point, I found it handy to cut out two pieces of cardstock slightly smaller than my circle pattern. I put one in the bottom of the cake before stuffing, and one in the top before I sew it closed. It just gives it a little more definition and structure. Of course, without the cardstock, you’ve got a cute little pincushion!

Stuff your cake to your liking, sew the opening closed, and there you go! Your very own felt cake!

Felt Cake Top

As for toppings, I’ve only made the strawberry and the cream puff. Both are fairly simple as well. For the strawberry, use the same circle pattern from your cake to cut out a half circle. Fold that circle in half to make a triangle. Handstitch or machine sew the seam closed, then turn inside out. Embellish with french knots or simple lines in contrasting color for “seeds”. Sew a loose running stitch around the bottom, and pull the thread to gather the ends together. Add a little stuffing, and you’ve got a strawberry! Don’t worry about the bottom part showing, since you’ll be stitching that on to your cake anyway. If you do it well enough, no one will notice.

Felt Cake Strawberries

Now the cream puff. Cut out six rounded triangles. I didn’t measure mine, and just cut them out freehand. The easiest way was to cut out six small squares of felt, stack them up in threes, and cut them out together. That way they’re fairly uniform. Take two of these triangles and sew them together on one side, starting from the bottom all the way to the tips. Sew a third piece onto the second in the same way, and so on, and the last piece will be sewn onto the first. You’ll end up with a funny looking, slightly concave, six-sided thingy. Once you add a little stuffing to that one, it will look like a cream puff in no time. Sew the bottom opening shut, and ta-daa! Yummy cream puff! By the way, you’ll get a much better result if your pieces are a little narrower and taller than the ones I used in the photos.



Felt Cake Cream Puffs

Sew your topping onto your cake, being careful to hide the stiching as well as possible. You could probably even use velcro, if you want to have interchangeable toppings! Stand back and admire your felt confection. Gather all of your imaginary (or even real!) friends for a play tea party, and be ready for the flood of admiration that will be washing over you. ^_^

This project was contributed by AOI
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.5/

Sours: https://craftbits.com/project/yummy-felt-cake/
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Last week I shared a felt rainbow cake tutorial over on Sew Sweets blog. It was their 1st Shop birthday and they had some great celebrations going on, it was fun.
Well for those that missed the tutorial here it is again.


  • Vanilla Felt,
  • Baby Pink Felt,
  • White Felt, 
  • Yellow Felt,
  • Poly Fill,
  • Interfacing (optional)
  • And something for the rainbow stripes, this can be felt, ribbon, ric rac etc, it just needs to be 75mm wide or smaller.
  • Pattern (download here)
  • Sewing Machine
  • Glue Gun (optional)

1. Download the pattern and use it to cut out your felt pieces. I added a layer of interfacing to my felt, but you can also cut a cardboard version of the cake base pattern piece and insert it into the cake to keep the shape better (do that later on).

2. Take your vanilla cake edge, and cut 6 pieces of felt or ribbon just a bit longer than the felt piece.

3. Mark a line down the middle of the felt piece, and start glueing the ribbon down along the line. I glued mine, but you can sew them on as well if you prefer.

4. Keep adding the bands of ribbon till you have a rainbow, and trim off the excess ribbon from each end.

5. Take your vanilla felt base and pin it to the to the purple ribbon edge of the cake.

6. Fold the cake edge around, to continue pining the cake base for the whole corner.

7. Sew around the edge, when you get to the corner, stop and turn the felt and keep sewing down the other side.

8. Repeat the same with the baby pink felt piece to make the top of the cake.

9. Take the last felt piece, and pin the shorter ends to each end of the cake. Sew along these, leaving about 1/2cm unsewn at the start and end.

10. Then pin the baby pink pieces together, and sew along the edge.

11. Pin the other open edge and sew along it, but this time leaving a 2cm gap in the middle.

12. Turn the cake right way out through the gap. If you are not using interfacing, add in your cardboard cake base now. Stuff your cake with lots of poly fill.

13. Ladder stitch shut the opening.

14. Take your felt cream puff, and sew through all 8 points. Add a small bit of polyfill in the middle and pull and the points tightly to the centre. Do a few more stitches to secure the points. Repeat for a three more cream puff (4 total).

15. Cut a 8cm by 5cm piece of white felt. and cut out a flame shape from yellow felt. Place the flame near the end and start rolling the felt into a tube.
16. Glue down the edge of the felt to glue it down. If needed trim some off the bottom so it is flat.
17. Wrap a coloured thread around the candle to make a spiral effect. Knot the thread at the end.

To finish off the cake slide, hot glue the cream puffs and candle onto the cake, or you can stitch them on. 

All finished!!! Happy Birthday Sew Sweet!!

Sours: https://handmadecuddles.com/2012/04/rainbow-felt-cake-tutorial.html
DIY: Felt cake (Happy 1k Subscribers!) Felt Craft - Felt Cloth

My daughter is getting a play kitchen this Christmas, and I had a detailed vision of a lemon theme which included an adorable mini felt cake. I felt it. Sorry, couldn’t resist.

The complete play kitchen post is here.

There are quite a few felt cakes out there, but they are all sewn, so they have that puffy marshmallow look. I wanted to create one that didn’t require any sewing and had the straight, sliced edges. So I made a cardboard structure and glued the felt on top.

When finished, the cake is about 6″ in diameter (with 8 slices). It’s meant for little children, so it’s supposed to be mini. If you’re concerned the hollow structure might not hold up for play, you can add stuffing to the inside so it’s harder to get crushed.

While very inexpensive, this project may take a fair bit of time. I suggest spreading it out over a few days (and always remember to unplug the hot glue gun when you’re not using it). However, the pattern making was a rather large portion of the time I spent, and that’s all done for you!

You can follow these instructions exactly to make a lemon cake, or you can make it chocolate. Or pink with strawberries. The beauty is that the pattern is merely the base, and you can go with whichever colors and decorations you like.

It’s fun to let it evolve as you go. A small strip of yellow felt strayed on top of a slice when I was gluing on the main pieces, which gave me the idea for the lemon peel. Start with your colors and go from there. Let the cake speak to you. Cake you to new places.

Chipboard (I used 2 cereal boxes, so…FREE)
Felt squares (28¢ each)
Stuffing (optional; adds sturdiness)

Hot glue gun/sticks
Scissors (both paper and fabric)
Printer/Paper, pen
Bone folder (scoring tool)

  1. Print my FREE pattern here and cut it out.
  2. Trace the slice structure onto the cardboard. Using the ruler and bone folder, score the 4 marked lines, and cut out.
  3. Bend the outer ‘frosting’ side into a slight curve, then glue the edges together.
  4. Cut out the felt pieces (I like to start with just one first instead of all 8).
  5. Glue the felt to the cardboard slice, starting with one ‘cake’ layer (yellow), then the ‘filling’ (white), then the other ‘cake’ layer (yellow). Trim off any extra.
  6. Next, glue the outer ‘frosting’ (white), then the top ‘frosting’ (white). Trim off any extra again as needed. I left the bottom side bare, but you can add another felt piece in the cake color (yellow) if you prefer.
  7. Take the 12 ‘piping’ pieces, and glue 4 together on the straight edge. Repeat 2 more times to make a set of 3.
  8. Glue to the curved top edge of the slice.
  9. Take the ‘lemon peel’ and glue on the thin side into a spiral on top of the slice in the middle.
  10. Repeat to make the other 7 slices.

What kind of cake will you make? How did it turn out? Let me know with a comment…it’s a piece of cake 🙂

Tagged crafts, felt cake, no sew
Sours: https://www.cherryfairytale.com/diy-felt-cake/

Pattern felt cake

DIY Felt Food – Chocolate Heart Cake

Embracing this months cottage cozy theme I knew if I was going to make a felt cake it would need to be chocolate and it would need to be a heart shape. A little felt cake that would be simple to make but would look right at home in a play picnic basket or tea party.

I experimented with adding some DIY felt roses as an added accent to this felt food cake pattern but it just lacked the simple rustic feel I was hoping for. I love the look of the felt daises against this fun felt dessert. If you are wondering how to make a felt heart cake, it really is surprisingly easy. Below you will find a tutorial for a simple heart shaped cake tutorial dripping with a dark chocolate felt “ganache” and accented with DIY felt daisies.

You will need:

9″ x 6″ felt cake color I used Brownie

9″ x 12″ felt icing color I used Chocolate

Stuffing, scraps or foam to fill heart cake

Free pattern to make felt heart cake:

Felt Heart Cake Download

Felt daises – full tutorial Here


2 Cake sides from light brown felt

2 icing sides from icing color, top and bottom from icing felt

(you can create a bottom from light brown if accuracy is important to you)

Sew daisies to felt cake top, you can also glue these down with got glue if desired.

Sew icing drips to both sides of cake with matching thread and a running stitch.

Place cake sides outsides facing and sew sides together. This meeting point will the the dip at the top of the heart.

Sew the top to the side with and overcast stitch and matching thread.

Sew bottom the felt heart cake the same way as the top. Add filling, stuffing or foam before closing to help it hold structure. If you find it too lumpy try reinforcing the sides with a bit of thin cardboard (like a cereal box) before stuffing.

Happy Crafting


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Sours: https://americanfeltandcraft.wordpress.com/2021/06/14/diy-felt-food-chocolate-heart-cake/
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