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Hi! I'm Hilary Karnatz. I love to sew, but I particularly love to sew toys. I like to make toys that are both durable and beautiful. The Lilly Bean play food collection comes from my old business ...

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Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies!

from The Stuffie Studio
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies!
Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies! green beans
Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies! carrot
Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies! title page
Felt Food - Market Vegetables - Veggies! radishes and asparagus

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills - Good beginner project!

Pattern Description:

Felt Vegetables! Make radishes, green beans, carrots and asparagus! Play food!

The Stuffie Studio is proud to re-release Lilly Bean play food patterns and instructions! Lilly Bean play food has been featured in many magazines including Mothering, Child and Parenting. The Martha Stewart show featured Lilly Bean in 2009. Now you can make your own Lilly Bean play food with these patterns and instructions.

Included in the digital download:
-Complete step by step instructions with photographs
-Full sized patterns (no enlarging necessary!) for: radishes, green beans, asparagus, carrots!
-Sewing tips and tricks to achieve the Lilly Bean look

Why are Lilly Bean products different?
- These patterns are designed with children in mind. They are made to be both durable and beautiful!
- We use a method that includes both machine and hand sewing, making this a quick and easy project!
- Our instructions are very detailed with lots of pictures to help you along the way...even a novice sewer can make Lilly Bean play food.

Why is the Stuffie Studio selling Lilly Bean patterns?
- I am the owner and creator of Lilly Bean play food (Hilary Karnatz). I closed the Lilly Bean company several years ago. I have now opened a custom toy company and while I don't want to make play food any more, many can benefit from these great patterns. Enjoy!


  • wool felt, polyfil, sewing machine, scissors

You Will Also Need:

  • thread, needle