Felted Eggs

Felted Eggs


This week I have a few “eggstravagant” crafts to share that can be tucked in an Easter basket or added to the play kitchen. We’ll begin with a felted egg. Basically, wrap roving around a form, add warm water, soap and agitation and tah dah, you’ve got yourself a felted egg. More detailed directions can be found in our FREE Open Patterns. I used a plastic egg to make one egg, but since I wanted to make a few, and I only had one plastic egg, I used real eggs. Fortunately, I buy organic eggs that are tough shelled, and they worked great. After I finished felting the egg and rinsing it, I was concerned about leaving them unrefrigerated to dry. So… I popped them in cold water, and boiled them for twenty minutes, and I had hard boiled eggs. Later in the day, when the eggs were dried, I had my felted eggs and a delicious egg salad sandwich!

The directions for The Felted Eggs has suggestions for other uses for the eggs including stuffing them with various prizes, or stuffing them with additional roving, and sewing them up. Later in the week I’ll share a different method for making painted felt eggs, and the pattern for fried eggs and bacon toy food. Enjoy!



  1. Very cute. My girls got a play kitchen for Christmas and some wooden food. I’ve been meaning to make some wool food too… these eggs will be a great starting project. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hehe! Working with raw eggs? With my luck I would have had a schmoshed mess! Ewww! But a good idea. I have some wonderful roving from a friend’s sheep, and I’ll try it this afternoon. I’ll let you know how it turns out. And the eggs are soooo cute. Looking forward to the eggs and bacon. My children have a wonderful kitchen made by a local craftsman and I’ve slowly been replacing all the plastic food with wood. I’d love some felt in there too.

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