Pumpkin Pie Pattern from Heart-Felt Holidays

on October 30 | in Products, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 170 Comments

Today you get a sneak peak at Amanda Carestio’s upcoming book for Lark Crafts, Heart-Felt Holidays. Heart-Felt Holidays doesn’t come out until spring, but you get a free project from the book today!

The book is a follow-up to last year’s popular Fa la la la Felt, and offers 40 projects from favorite artists like Aimee Ray (author of the Doodle Stitching books!). The felt projects help you create holiday-themed decorations all year long.

Today’s felt Pumpkin Pie in the Sky project (the book cover pie!) was designed by Aimee Ray. Download the PDF pattern and learn how to stitch it up below. You could make an entire pie by Thanksgiving! Aimee and Amanda are offering this actual piece of pumpkin pie stitched by Aimee as a giveaway today… Comment on today’s post for your chance to win, and be sure to pre-order Heart-Felt Holidays!

Pumpkin Pie in the Sky from Heart-Felt Holidays
Designer: Aimee Ray

Yum! Tuck a name card between the whipped cream and the crust and you can use these pie slices as place card holders.

What You Need

  • Templates
  • Pumpkin orange, tan, and cream felt, 9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm) each
  • Brown embroidery floss
  • White, orange, and tan thread
  • Stuffing

What You Do
1. Using the templates, cut two side pieces and one top piece from the pumpkin orange felt. Cut one bottom piece and one crust piece from the tan felt. Cut one whipped cream piece from the cream felt.

2. To embroider the swirl designs on each side piece, first trace the embroidery pattern onto the tissue paper, and then pin it securely in place onto the felt piece. Embroider the designs through both the tissue paper and the felt, using the brown floss and the lazy daisy and split stem stitch. Tear away the tissue paper. You may need to use a needle or tweezers to pull out little pieces from underneath your stitches.

3. To make the whipped cream, use the white thread to make a stitch in each top corner and then gather the thread together. Pull the thread down through the center of the circle and tie a knot underneath. Stitch this piece onto the top pie piece.

4. Stitch the top, sides, and bottom pie pieces together using the whipstitch and the orange thread. Stuff the pie firmly, but not enough so the sides bulge. Stitch on the back crust piece using the whipstitch and the tan thread.

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170 Responses to Pumpkin Pie Pattern from Heart-Felt Holidays

  1. Glady Rieker says:

    I am so very happy to have found your cooking blog! So many yummy treats and beautiful photos- maybe I will brew another cup of coffee.

  2. obbergton says:

    A Skeleton walks into a bar, asks for a beer. . . and a mop.

  3. Tiff says:

    I love this! I got some other PDF patterns to make some food items for my daughter’s kitchen. Thank you!

  4. So incredibly cute! Thank you for making this available for free. I love Aimee’s stuff.

  5. Bonnie Lingard says:

    OMG, I loved FaLaLaLaLa Felt! Can’t wait to see the next installment! I’m going to order mine right now! Thanks for sharing the pattern for this piece of pie in the sky…..will make an awesome pin cushion.
    Blessings!!

  6. Ronnie says:

    Thank you for the super cute pattern!

  7. Sara says:

    Can’t wait to try this! What a great addition to my fall decorations :)

  8. […] Pumpkin Pie Winner from the Heart-Felt Holidays freebie day is: […]

  9. Briana D. says:

    How adorable- great giveaway!

  10. Linda says:

    Great idea!

  11. adriane says:

    I love finding new holiday ideas, especially with felt! This book looks wonderful!

  12. Anny says:

    I think I will need to make two pieces of pumpkin pie for my two granddaughters who will be spending Thanksgiving all the way around the world in Singapore this year and we won’t have to worry about it being gluten-free or wheat :)

  13. Rebecca says:

    What a great design!

  14. Karen Seckold says:

    Yum, good enough to eat and would look great next to my coffee cup while I sewed and used it as a pin cushion. Better remember not to try and eat it.

  15. Sus says:

    OMG! This is adorable!

  16. ems says:

    soo cute and delicious looking. i like the curlicues

  17. gretchen says:

    so great! love the idea of making the whole pie.

  18. Lisa says:

    I’m a newbie at felt food, but now that I have a toddler grandson, I’m making cute play food with a vengeance. This pumpkin pie will be perfect for adding to the Christmas stash I’m making!

  19. Sherry J says:

    I love this, i can’t wait to make it for preschool. thanks.

  20. lorraine says:

    awwwie that book looks awesome!!

  21. MJ says:

    My kids will love serving up some of their pumpkin pie next to mine for the holidays! :)

  22. MarciaW says:

    Very cute slice of pie

  23. carolyn says:

    Thank you for the delightful tutorial and the chance to win this funfilled book! I can’t wait to whip up a pie for my Grandson.

  24. Kimmie S says:

    Thank you for the pdf! I am trying to make felt foods for my daughter’s kitchen, this is perfect!

  25. kathy h says:

    I love that little piece of pumpkin pie. The book looks like it would have some great little projects to work on.

  26. Claudia says:

    What a wonderful surprise!
    Thank you!
    Kind regards from Germany.
    Claudia

  27. Melody says:

    I love making things with felt!

  28. Nylka says:

    Absolutely adorable! Great gift for children or even to give as favors at birthdays!

  29. Ann says:

    Dh and the kids’ favorite fall pie is pumpkin! This is definitely on the “to do” list! Thank you!

  30. Ellen M. says:

    I just made my first felt food piece – I think I’m hooked!

  31. I have a passion for making felt food at the moment- so in love with it and would love to try more- several delectable pieces are already made and earmarked as Christmas gifts- I love hand sewing and relaxing of an evening with a needle, thread and felt. I enjoy a new challenge and this book certainly contains many.

  32. Prachi says:

    I adore felt food. Can’t wait for the weekend to try it out !

  33. Nancy says:

    Oh this is way to cute!!

    Thanks, Nancy

  34. Shari Witt says:

    Ohh what delicious felt yumminess! Thanks so much for sharing this pattern.

  35. Alana says:

    This is really cute. Pumpkin pie is my favorite dessert!

  36. Erin says:

    This book looks SO cute! And how much fun to do these projects with friends!?

  37. AnnaPK says:

    So cute!

  38. Erin Miller says:

    Love felt projects, especially this adorable pumpkin pie!

  39. Deb Cameron says:

    Love handmade felt food, thanks for the free pattern

  40. jessica w. says:

    I love the idea of fabric/felt foods rather than the plastic ones

  41. Adrienne says:

    What else can I say that hasn’t already been said, except that it would make a great gift accompanied by, The Real Thing” – especially to the home-bound who could use a nice pie and a little joy! Very sweet.

  42. Anne-Marie says:

    Can’t wait to make the pie ( felt no calorie one ) !

  43. Bianca says:

    Pumpkin pie is my favorite thing about the fall holidays. Love it!

  44. cute pumpkin pie! That looks like a fun book.

  45. bruinbr says:

    Adorable! I can’t wait to make this for my daughter’s play kitchen! LOVE felt food!

  46. dianne mclean says:

    This will make a wonderful gift!

  47. Mama Lusco says:

    Adorable! My girls love playing with felt foods. Thank you.

  48. Marika says:

    I’ve never tasted pumpkin pie but this one sure looks great :)
    What a fun little project !

  49. Foster says:

    Darling. I would have never thought of that.

  50. Becca says:

    This pie slice is just what I need. My BFF cannot have sweets so I try to make her a crafty “dessert” a couple times a year. Thanks for sharing.

  51. Samantha says:

    Love love LOVE it!!

  52. Stephanie says:

    The embroidery on the sides adds a really unique touch.

  53. M Evans says:

    That book looks adorable!

  54. Miranda says:

    Very cute! Looks like a great book. Thanks for sharing this great little pattern!

  55. Tina says:

    My husband loves pumpkin pie. He could have it anytime with this piece.

  56. Jenn says:

    Adorable! Can’t wait to make some pie for my daughter’s play kitchen!

  57. Christina G. says:

    So cute!

  58. Lisa says:

    The pumpkin pie is really “sweet”! I’ve actually never crafted with felt but recently won some in a giveaway. I have some ideas about what I want to make…….. maybe some pie?

  59. Kris says:

    Thanks for the pattern!

  60. Christine says:

    Yum! And calorie free!

  61. Mikaela says:

    Yummy pumpkin pie!

  62. Amy says:

    That is so cute! I just love things made with felt :-)

  63. linda says:

    wow, what cuteness!

  64. Sharonnz says:

    Waaah – looks like a book I need NOW, lol!

  65. Mhairi says:

    YUM!!! I think I might have to make a lot of pies for me to have so I can have my pie and lose weight too.
    Thanks for sharing this great tutorial

  66. Charlotte says:

    How cute! Perfect for the play kitchen! And the book looks great too!

  67. MelodyJ says:

    This looks so fun.

  68. Cinnamon says:

    The bunny on the cover of the book is so adorable!

  69. chibidani says:

    I think it may be impossible to make a whole pie by this Thanksgiving, given I live in Canada and Thanksgiving was on October 10. However, that pie piece is indeed adorable.

  70. emilia says:

    mmmmmmmmm, pie looks good no matter what!!

  71. That is so fun, I love working with felt and making gifts for the holidays.

    Debbie

  72. Addy says:

    I’d love to delve into the world of felt food!

  73. Timmi says:

    love me some felt food! that book looks adorable

  74. JamieE says:

    Darling!

  75. Carol Y says:

    Cute pie! Perfect timing for Thanksgiving!

  76. Christine M says:

    mmmmm! That slice of pumpkin pie looks very yummy. And low calorie too!

  77. angelina says:

    wonderful. i won amanda’s book on here last year, and it is truly a happy addition to my home. thankyou !

  78. Amy says:

    Too cute!

  79. Jennyroo says:

    I have a lovely piece of orange wool felt in my stash, what am I waiting for???

  80. Sherry J says:

    That is so cute. i can’t wait to make some pumpkin pie that lasts forever. thanks.

  81. SS Sews says:

    Makes me hungry for pie!

  82. Brie says:

    What a cute looking book! LOVE the pie! I just finished sewing bagels for my girls, maybe pie is next :)

  83. MissMary says:

    Mmm… looks good enough to eat!

  84. Amy G. says:

    How adorable! Looks like a cute book!

  85. Heidi Anderson says:

    Can’t wait for the book to come out.I am a big fan. Thanks for the sneak peek!

  86. Seanna Lea says:

    I love this, but if I made it for my husband he might hate me forever. He’d much rather have the real thing.

  87. Michelle B says:

    Eeep! Too cute!

  88. Ashley F. says:

    Love the little piece of pie!

  89. Peggy Grow says:

    Oh, how I love to make felt food. I will definitely have to buy this book!!

  90. jackie says:

    great idea, can’t wait to try it!!!!!

  91. Kristy says:

    OKay, I am going to have to make this for THanksgiving. I just don’t see where I have a choice! Not that I am resisting of course!

  92. kristin says:

    Very cute!

  93. Ramona says:

    Thanks for the cute pattern!

  94. Rebekah says:

    Very cute. :) Thanks for the pattern!

  95. Cal says:

    So very cute!
    I would love to enter this giveaway, but I am not sure if it is open to non-US… If yes, please count me in.

  96. what an awesome project, aimee ray is so darn talented!

  97. Alisa says:

    cute! presh! adorbs! :)

  98. Anna says:

    How cute! I plan on whipping up my own piece (hehe), but I would LOVE to win an original piece of work by Aimee! I’m SUCH a big fan, I adore everything she makes!

  99. Aurélie says:

    This is so cute! What a great project :-)

  100. Brenda says:

    Love all the felt patterns out and already have the Falala Felt so I will need this one also!

  101. Christine says:

    I love stitching felt!!!! this book might be something I need to get before I win it!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHa….

  102. Alli says:

    That makes me want to eat pie. :D What a cute book!

  103. Louby Lou says:

    Sweet! I love these cute felt crafts!

  104. Janet K says:

    Pumpkin pie is such a tradition at our house – thanks for the cute pattern and tutorial!

  105. Henria O. says:

    So cute! Looks like some great projects in this book!

  106. Galatina says:

    How sweet.

  107. Carmen says:

    I love the little elves on the front cover of the book. Thanks for the chance to win!

  108. kathyh says:

    I liked her first book so the second will be even better.

  109. Genevieve says:

    Really sweet!

    Gen

  110. Lorrie says:

    This is so cute. I love it.

  111. Crystal says:

    Our grandson would love a few pieces of these for his play kitchen! Thanks for sharing a delicious giveaway. I’ll be watching for the book in the spring!

  112. Nina says:

    So, so cute! Will definitely have to make a few slices for my girls to add to their kitchen!

  113. Lisa says:

    Cute! What is it about felt food that is so fun?

  114. Judi says:

    What a fun idea for a place card holder! I’m excited to see this next book – I loved Fa la la la Felt and am hoping to get a bunch of those projects done in time for Christmas :)

  115. Molly Martin says:

    I love pie! Very delicious!

  116. Myrnie says:

    Adorable- I love the stitching on the side!

  117. Nina says:

    Oh! It is so cute!!! Thanks!

  118. Kati says:

    This is so cute. I’ve really wanted to make some felt food for my daughter’s kitchen but haven’t tried yet.

  119. Kadybug says:

    What an adorable piece of pie!!

  120. Meg says:

    So cute!! Looks like a fun book.

  121. Beth T says:

    Following Fa La La La Felt, I see Amanda is still coming up with ways to make felt fantastic!

  122. julie says:

    How adorable. Just in time for Thanksgiving!

  123. Jessica H says:

    I love everything felt. What a great book!

  124. Stephanie Wehrman says:

    So cute! Keep the ideas coming!

  125. krystina says:

    How cute is this?!? Thanks for the free pattern!

  126. Stacey says:

    Felt pie?! I love pumpkin pie! I am going to make this for myself. I’M off to preorder the book. It looks awesome!

  127. AmiliaB says:

    I love this! It would be a perfect birthday present for my niece…to go along with her new teaset from her grandparents ;-)

  128. Marci Girl says:

    What a precious pattern, and a cute book!

  129. Dianne says:

    OMG!!! How totally cute.

    Dianne

  130. Fabienne says:

    Looks delicious!!! I’m in love

  131. Sheila says:

    I love working with felt, and Aimee Ray has the cutest designs.

  132. Linda says:

    What a darling pie slice. I bet it would look good in chocolate too! Looks like a fun book. Thanks for the chance to win.

  133. Megan Saillant says:

    How adorable! Perfect for my neice who is playing in her kitchen!

  134. Lisa Henry says:

    This is darling! As a Mother that feels there is too much plastic in the world I applauded you! These would make a great addition to any play kitchen

  135. Lorri says:

    Very cute! Good for children’s kitchen! :)

  136. beth says:

    What a low calorie way to have pie!

  137. Andrea Noren says:

    Don’t know if it’s too late to get in on this contest, but I love the pattern! I’m visiting my long-lost half-brother this Thanksgiving (we just found each other last year), and I think I’ll bring him this piece of pie as a hostess gift!

  138. Carrie says:

    What cute projects! Can’t wait to check out this book.

  139. deb says:

    What a yummy piece of pie. Thanks for sharing a snippet of your book.

  140. Julia says:

    Oh my goodness! I love pumpkjin pie & I LOVE felt (especially cute felt food!) I’m so hoping to get my hands on this book!

  141. Ellen Ban says:

    Love that pumpkin pie! Looks good enough to eat…

  142. Crunchy Con Mommy says:

    Cute! I’m definitely going to have to stitch some up for my toddler’s play kitchen!

  143. Heather says:

    This is so cute! I am going to be looking for the book when it comes out!

  144. Darcy says:

    oooh I love Amiee Ray and this pie is just adorable – I think my daughter will love having some to play with for her little Thanksgiving table!

  145. Gina Shelley says:

    I haven’t worked much with felt, but am sure to give it a try with the projects in the book when it comes out.

  146. Melanie says:

    This is too cute, I can’t wait to see what else is in this book!

  147. Jen says:

    Love that pumpkin pie! So cute!

  148. Erika says:

    i love the elves on the front cover.

  149. Em says:

    I have just recently delved into felt food. This will be a delicious addition.

  150. Sydney says:

    I LOVE the idea of these being used as place card holders!

  151. Greenstylemom says:

    I just ordered my first batch of wool felt! Might have to make this with the leftovers.

  152. Debbie says:

    Looks good enough to eat! I really enjoy working with felt and look forward to this book.

  153. Kathe G says:

    Amazing – the inspirations and imaginations of these artists just blows my mind. Who’da thunk that you could make a piece of pie like this. Thank you for sharing this.

  154. Liz Taylor says:

    Super cute! I love felt food, and so does my daughter.

  155. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    I can’t wait to give this a try. I have a little man just getting into pretend play and LOVES pretend food. So fun.

  156. MaryBeth says:

    What a cute piece of pie. I’m thinking pin cusions!!

  157. craftytammie says:

    that’s so cute! my kids would love it, and it would be a sweet decoration too.

  158. nancy says:

    cant wait to try this one!

  159. Anne Marie says:

    What a fun sounding book!

  160. ellen says:

    The book looks adorable. I love the pumpkin pie, yummmm.

  161. Henderica says:

    Ooh great pattern :) thank you for sharing

  162. Southern Gal says:

    Cute!

  163. Alice S says:

    I love all things pumpkin pie and no doubt my little ones would enjoy serving this felt one up to me.

  164. Jill B says:

    Cute! The patterns look great!

  165. Juli says:

    What a scrumptious looking piece of pie!

  166. Ellen says:

    loved this so much I almost ate it. :)

  167. Glenys says:

    Everything is so cute!

  168. Charlotte Lund Rasmussen says:

    How adorable!! :D

  169. Allison says:

    Eee! How fun is this?! My husband and I love pumpkin pie the best at our Thanksgiving celebrations so I’ll definitely be making a felt pie for my daughters to play with in the weeks to go before the real deal.

  170. Angie H. says:

    Its so cute! The book looks great. Thank you for the free pattern.

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