Sundae, Sundae, Sundae!

March 22, 2011, 11:55 am  Posted by Craft Your Life Team

Did you see the free downloadable Sundae project from Big Little Felt Universe that Linda posted a few weeks ago? Are you ready for some additional sweetness? Good, because our friends at National Nonwovens have generously donated a WoolFelt bundle so that you can make your very own Sundae at home. Look at all those luscious colors!

All the WoolFelt you need to make the Sundae from Big Little Felt Universe!

How do you enter for a chance to win this fantastic WoolFelt bundle? Easy: Leave a comment on this post by 9 p.m. EST on Thursday, March 24. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR THREE WINNERS: Kathleen, Tina, and Sheirobinson. Enjoy the WoolFelt bundle and be sure to share pictures of the sundaes you make!  :)

Any post will do, but how about this: What felt project would you challenge Big Little Felt Universe author Jeanette Lim to make next? In her etsy shop, Jeanette has patterns for just about every kind of food you can imagine, and in Big Little Felt Universe, Jeanette tackles everything from potted houseplants to a camping set (with s’mores!), a tool belt with plushy powertools, and so much more!

I do believe Jeanette can make absolutely anything out of felt–let’s hear your ideas! Three winners will be selected at random for the WoolFelt Sundae bundle and announced on Friday, March 25. Click here for the official rules.

For an extra cherry on the top, check out the Cake Spy Big Little Felt Universe giveaway that’s going on now until Friday, March 25th. Hint: It’s way more than just the icing on the cake! Check it out!


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54 Responses

    Barbula says:

    cupcakes . . . . lots and lots of cupcakes!

    I’m not sure if I can come up with something that she hasn’t already designed! Since I’m from Maine, how about a traditional Maine dinner? Lobster, butter, biscuits, cole slaw, and blueberry pie! Thanks for the chance to win this great prize!

    I’d love to see a felt iPhone

    Kristin says:

    How about a chemistry set or or other sciencey stuff?

    Inakleinwa says:

    A flower bouquet!

    I challenge her to make a little rat eating a carrot! I’ve always wanted to make a little felt rat based on my pet rat, Jackson. Carrots are his favorite, so that’s an obvious food choice…. This book looks amazing!

    Hammy says:

    Sushi! All different kinds of sushi…

    Kate says:

    Since spring has finally arrived here in DC how about daffodils or tulips?

    Anita says:

    I’ve no clue as to what to suggest food wise, my cup of tea and cake were already covered, but I did notice that there wasn’t a wee kitty or ferret among the animals and as a lover of both I would love to see either.

    Stuffedbydebbie says:

    Was just thinking I haven’t had a Banana Split in a long time. LOL Look no calories. * smile*

    daisyeyes says:


    Sheenaona says:

    Felted penguins would be awesome! But I love the sundae too! :)

    Binkiege says:

    I would love to see maybe some Mexican/Hispanic food- tacos, burritos, churros, pupusas, chicharron (fried with yucca). Yummy… and fun!

    tinatina says:

    thanks for the chance to win! for food: beets, bok choy,butternut squash,heirloom variety tomatoes and other veggies, french macaron cookies … i live in Montana, so trout, mountain goats, bison, are all animals that would be great in felt.

    Jessdemartino says:

    I looooooooooooove this! I love the book, I love the felt, pick me please!

    Kraftcroch says:

    How original and cute!! ♥ I am excited to participate in this giveaway!
    What felt project would I challenge Jeanette Lim to make next? Well, I don’t know if she has already made a book, a felt book! ;)
    Good luck to everyone!

    Carlie says:

    I would love to win this cute book…could she make a felt monkey?!!!

    dawn says:

    I love the idea of felt kitchen tools, hmmm, a felt coffee pot!

    Beckysews says:

    That banana split is too cute.

    I love all the food items but can she make Zombie people and zombie dogs and zombie cats?

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Sharlyngp says:

    Could Jeanette make birds or a bee or flowers?

    Jodi says:

    Wow, I had no idea so much could be made of felt cloth. I wonder if jeanette has ever tried sculptural needle felting with fibers.

    dls says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this wool felt….. the colors are scrumptious.

    SarahMerra says:

    These colors are lovely! I can’t wait to make my sundae for the upcoming warmth.

    Sarahpozas says:

    I’m from the Philippines :) We have this desert here called halo-halo (it translates to mix-mix). It would be great for a felt project. Filipino desserts are very colorful, actually. http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lf5dpfSeJF1qgss4to1_500.jpg

    Mar DR-Lagundee says:

    I scream. You scream. We all scream for SUNDAE!
    Neat project! I’d like to learn how to make those felt sundae pls.

    Karla_dolan says:

    This is so sweet and creative! Have you crafted felt sushi?

    Aww so cute! What about felt succulent plants?? :D

    karen jones says:

    Hmmm… how about a gingerbread house?

    Sheirobinson says:

    I would like to see a jar of marmite with some buttered toast to spread it on! A traditional English breakfast. The jar is so iconic and the colours and shape might work really well in felt.

    Gina Smith says:

    Learning how to do different flowers would be really awesome!

    Elizabeth says:

    I love this project . . . perhaps something challenging would be a felt prosthetic leg?? (A bit strange perhaps? I have a prosthetic leg myself and know of prosthetics being creatively made out of glass and carved wood, so why not a felt one).

    Diana Tran says:

    How about some felt cookies? I’d like to fool my boyfriend and put some in our cookie jar.

    Tiff says:

    I love your Etsy stuff! So adorable. Felt fortune cookies would be awesome! Or a felt banjo, guitar, etc. We’re a bluegrass family and I would love to have something like that. :)

    Jen Emery says:

    I just discovered Jeanette’s work – amazing! I love the sundae! Lots of great ideas in the comments already…my addition is a felt tea set with teapot, teacups, plates, and some tea sandwiches and treats.

    Shalet says:

    Holy cats is that adorable!

    Emily JS says:

    I made a felt human heart, complete with veins and arteries, for my little girl who is really into medical stuff – how about a heart that could come apart and show the inside complete with lungs and blood vessels?

    In view of the beauty of the Spring season – How about a 3-D Garden? Either veggies like corn and carrots growing in rows, or a lovely flower garden??!

    Sharon says:

    love this … and would love felt to try out my own ideas

    Lauren says:

    Felted desserts, that’s absolutely brilliant! =)

    Samuel Ramos says:

    Something science-y or maybe something with animals…a dog or cat care kit. Leash, food/water bowl, brush, toys and animal to go with…endless possibilities! :)

    Kelly Price says:

    Her work is just amazing! I really need to get that book. I loved the zombie suggestion from another comment. My own suggestion would be something to do with Space. Astronauts, shuttle, space station, and even aliens.

    Trhfox says:

    I love her work! She’s so talented and creative. I prefer to make animals and christmas decorations with felt – the food was great when the girls were little, now it’s time for something new.

    I love this project and I am defently getting the book for myself and a few friends. I can’t wait to see more projects, I love the zombie idea.

    melyndasaldenais says:

    Very, very cute. good enough to eat too! I would like to make a felt iPad cover with geometric felt cutouts.

    Kathleen says:

    How about a felt candy shop, or a felt dessert fondue set. Her patterns are so sweet, and yes, I have a sweet tooth.

    Holly says:

    How about a felt prince William and Katherine to commemorate their wedding?

    I am so excited to have won that delicious felt! Thank you so much! (Someone suggested a science/chemistry set, which I think is an awesome and unique idea. Little felt beakers!)

    [...] Sundae, Sundae, Sundae! « Lark Crafts I scream. You scream. We all scream for SUNDAE Neat project! I'd like to learn how to make those felt sundae pls. Karla_dolan says: March 23, 2011 at 15:31 am. This is so sweet and creative! Have you crafted felt sushi? Lindsey Proctor says : . March 23, 2011 at 15:31 pm. I just discovered Jeanette's work – amazing! I love the sundae Lots of great ideas in the comments already…my addition is a felt tea set with teapot, teacups, plates, and some tea sandwiches and treats [...]

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