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- felt in various colors
- Sewing thread
- template (coming soon)
- Scissors, needles
- Fiber filling
Cut the 12 pieces of pizza from beige felt (I still had some larger amounts left from other projects such as the world map at hand)
Bind 2 pieces each with a blanket stitch, leave the bend end open.
Stitch down at approx. 1.5 cm/ 0.6 in., then stuff with fiberfill so the pizza has a crust, then close.
Cut tomato sauce pieces from red felt.
You can bind two pieces to make the sauce look more neat and firm but the pizza will be much thicker and harder to garnish.
Cut two white ovals for each mozzarella slice.
Bind two ovals with a blanket stitch for each slice and stuff with a little fiberfill to your liking.
Cut two beige pieces of felt for each mushroom.
Embroider the mushroom slices with brown thread.
Bind 2 pieces for each mushroom with a blanket stitch and stuff with fiberfill to your liking.
Cut two red circles for each tomato slice (approx. 5 cm/ 2 in) and two dark red circles (approx. 4 cm/ 1.6 in) .
Cut three holes in the larger red circle and glue the dark red circle behind it. Then embroider gold colored seeds.
Then join two slices each with a blanket stitch.
Cut two white circles (4.5 cm / 1.8 in diameter) and one dark red circle (4.7 cm / 1.85 in diameter), cut a hole in each circle.
Embroider the white rings with red lines.
Place one dark red ring inside two white rings for each onion ring and join with a blanket stitch.
Bell pepper rings
Cut two stripes of the respective color felt for each bell pepper ring (approx. 18 x 1 cm/ 7 x 0.4 in).
Place the two stripes on top of each other and bind with a blanket stitch.
Put the ends on top of each other and sew them together. Fold the rings two more times, stitch them down at approx. 1 cm / 0.4 in.
Cut two large ovals and three small leaves from dark green felt for each spinach leaf.
Sew three small leaves onto one large leaf for each spinach leaf - the attachment stitches can represent the middle lines of the leaves.
Join the second large oval with the other oval with a blanket stitch for the back to look more neat.