How To: Felt Radish Tutorial

Friday, July 30, 2021

DIY Felt Radish DIY Felt Radish

Alright, our second cone-based Felt Vegetable Pattern (after the carrot) is this French Breakfast radish. Very similar to the carrot, but with a small twist - that white pointy end!

I believe I used some candy pink craft felt, some white, and some pirate green felt from JoAnn Fabrics, but you can use whatever looks good to you!

This pattern is inspired by Et Moi Alors...: Radis. It may be in French, but the photos are pretty illustrative!

  1. Print the pattern below without scaling.
  2. Cut out the pieces in the quantities listed in the pattern.
  3. Sew decoraive seams onto the leaves (a 3-4 pronged leaf vein pattern).
  4. Sew the white felt circle onto the center of the pink felt circle. The closer to the edge of the white felt you get, the better.
  5. Cut the pink/white circle in half, along the diameter.
  6. Fold the pink/white felt in half, pressing the straight edges together, with the white felt side facing inwards.
  7. Sew along the straight edge. Turn right-side out (helps to use a pointy object to get the radish point fully pointy).
  8. Stuff the radish (I used fabric scraps which makes it lumpy - polyfill would be smoother).
  9. With a neede and thread, sew a loose running stitch along the top of the radish.
  10. Before pulling the running stitch to cinch the radish closed, place the radish leaves into the center.
  11. Secure the radish top and leaves with several more hand-sewn stitches, before tying off.

Felt Vegetable Pattern: Radish

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