When thinking about what felt food we should make next this fall, pie seemed like the obvious choice. Designed by Krista, this felt apple pie features a removable lattice top, apple slices to go in your pie crust, and a pie tin.
This is an intermediate felt project due to the overall construction (there are a lot of rounded edges to work with). So if you’re a a beginner, you may want to check our beginner-friendly felt projects first.
Home Crafted Apple Pie
If you have a little one who loves to help out when you’re baking, they are going to love this felt apple pie! Also, if they want to switch up what kind of pies they make while playing pretend, you could always craft the blueberries, bananas, or strawberries from our felt waffle project. All they have to do is remove the lattice top and add their choice of filling!
Skill level: Intermediate
Crafting Tips: We used pinking shears for an authentic lattice crust. Another idea for pie filling is to get large, red wool balls to use as cherries.
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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Craft Scissors
- Pinking Shears
- Embroidery Needle
- Straight Pins
- Wooden Skewer or Stuffing Tool
- Iron and Ironing Board
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Crimson, Pomegranate, Cotton, Dove, and Camel
- Embroidery Floss — DMC Very Dark Shell Pink (221), Garnet (816), Pearl Grey (415), and Tan (436)
- Polyester Fiber Fill — Lia Griffith Stuffie Puff
- Heat N Bond Fusible Interfacing – Extra Firm
- Aleene’s Turbo Tacky Glue
- Fabric Pen — Dritz Disappearing Ink
How to Make a Felt Apple Pie
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut out felt according to pattern using a Cricut Maker (optional) or scissors. Use pinking shears on the long edges of the rectangular lattice pieces. For reference, our pie has five finished apple slices, using two shades of red felt.
- Cut out the firm fusible interfacing and iron them onto the matching pieces.
- Pin together the matching pie crust bottom and side pieces. Apply a bit of tacky glue between the layers of the round bottom, avoiding the other edge where you will be sewing.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Need more fun activities for kids? Check out our DIY play kitchen, kids’ aprons, and felt kitchen utensils. You can also browse the rest of our felt play food for kids.
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I uploaded the apple pie file. However, when I try to “MAKE IT” it says: This project is not supported by current machine selection. (I have Maker selected.) To resolve, select OK and adjust affected layers.
What should I do?
Did you hide the text layer that is at the top of the layers panel on the right side? This might be the issue. This layer is just instructions.
Good morning I am excited to make this adorable pattern for my girls toy bakery, I downloaded the pattern yesterday and noticed the insides of the apple slices seem to only be included in the PDF Instructions and missing in the SVG file. I’m not the best when cutting patterns manually and am checking if they were accidently missed when the SVG was uploaded. You have the most wonderful patterns and my girls love picking new ones for me to make.
I think the template should be updated now. The Design Space software changes is making pieces not show (though they are there) so we have an extra step to update all of the files. It is good to go now.
I would be happy to pay for the apple pie pattern, but I do not wish to have a monthly subscription, I’m only interested in this specific pattern.
May I suggest you consider offering a “one-time download” for a fee?
Hi, Nathalie! This is something we’re considering. In the meantime, you can always sign up for a monthly subscription and then cancel right away. This will give you access to our monthly craft collection plus 5 extra projects of your choice, like this felt apple pie and any other felt foods or projects you might like. We have found that most single patterns are around $9.99 anyway, so the price of $9.99 for one month would be the same but you’d get more for your money!