Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Felt Up. Part 2.

Somehow, making flowers out of felt turned into this:



I'm chubby- if I'm not eating cookies, somewhere in my head I'm thinking about them.


It's a needle book!  (One word, two?  I'm not sure.)  Inside there is a total of four white pages for storage.  One each, in the front and the back.  The the two in the center were sewn together with a blanket stitch to create a little pocket.  You can just see the edge of the stitches in the center.

Since I don't need any reminders about cookies, I would happy to send this off to a good home.  Anyone want it?  Just leave a comment telling me what your favorite cookie is!  I'll pick someone to give it to on April 5th.


Tune in tomorrow for more felt fun when I bring you "Needle Book Madness!"

31 comments:

Jo said...

My favorite kind of cookie is chocolate chocolate chip. Of course I can only eat them on occasion cuz that's ALOT of chocolate! LOL

V said...

These have been my favorite cookies since I was a child. Only one grocery store bakery sells them around my town...Around here they are called "Ranger" or "Wrangler" cookies, but they are also know as the World's Best Cookie. They are addictive! I remember sneaking some in while I was in labor and told not to eat...I can't help myself sometimes!! Here is a recipe for them I found online. I also have the recipe in the Better Home and Garden cookbook my mom gave to me when I turned 18 ;)

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Worlds-Best-Cookie/Detail.aspx

Vanessa said...

Chocolate chip is my favorite! Love the cookie you made!

Vanessa said...

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JafaBrit's Art said...

oh, oh, oh, well my FAVE cookie, digestive biccies that I dip into my cup of tea, OR girl scout samoa cookies YUM (which also get dipped into tea).

LOL I love how your felt flowers led to this, this is so cool.

Amy V. said...

What a gorgeous needle book! So cute.
I'm a big fan of homemade-from-scratch cookies, but my all-time fave since childhood is hundreds & thousands biscuits: http://www.griffins.co.nz/by-name/cookie-bear-hundreds-and-thousands

Jennifer said...

Oreos! They are so delicious with a tall glass of ice-cold milk.

Lela said...

Another great idea! My favorite cookie was a persimmon cookie that my dear grandma used to have on hand when ever we visited her. She would always have some in the freezer so that she was never caught unaware! When I make them now they always bring back fond memories of our visits together!

Sherri said...

LOVE the needle book. My fave cookies are mallomars!

Tammy said...

Oatmeal chocolate chip! Thin and chewy but crispy around the edges oh no I'm gonna have to make some right now!

Anna said...

chocolate chip, but the way i had them as a kid: 1/3 milk chocolate, 1/3 white chocolate, 1/3 butterscotch chips :)

Kira said...

WANT! My favorite cookies are the ones that come in ice cream. Double bad.

This is way cute, Jacquie! If I don't win, I just might have to make myself one anyways :)

Emmeline said...

Those ginger lemon cremes you used to be able to get at Trader Joe's. Now you get them sometimes at Big Lots.

Bahee said...

Very cute! My faves are most any that have chocolate, or sugar cookies too, just lay off the nuts.

Sam said...

When I visited the States 20 years ago, I lived on Mrs Field's cookies and a jar of apple sauce! I love your cookie!

Have you ever tried Tim Tams?

tamcgarrigan said...

my fave - and it's quite specific - a chewy cookie that doesn't crumble when you bite into it, with little broken up pieces of dark chocolate (not chips but chunky broken bits) with bitter cherry bits too! Sweet! Preferably with a cup of smooth hot choc to wash it down. Mmmmmm....

I wonder what a felt cookie tastes like? It looks good enough to eat - fabulous work x

Laurie Anne said...

What a 'sweet' needlebook! :)
I Love all cookies...but if I had to pick a favourite it would be the biscotti any flavour but dipped in chocolate for sure ;)
Great giveaway! xo

Kristin said...

Super cute cookie! It's making me hungry . . . My favorite cookies are the gingerbread ones I make every christmas, with royal icing on top. So addictive!

Lacey said...

My favorite is the pecan butter ball cookies my best friend makes at Xmas- I once asked her for the recipe, but she said if I saw it I'd never eat one again! lol Sooooooo buttery!

Mrs. Evils said...

homemade sugar cookies with tons of frosting! Im too much of a lazy ass these days to bake anything involving a rolling pin, though.
One time I spent hours making cross cookies with frosting Jesus on them (cant remember why) and then the dog got on the table and ate all of them.

Karen said...

You are really creative! My favorite cookie is a macaroon dipped in dark chocolate.

Jensters said...

This is cookie that i could eat....lol....i have the meanist double chocolate receipe....so these are my favourite xx

Lisa Leggett said...

Dang! How'd I miss this?!? That cookie looks good enough to eat!! Nom, nom, nom!

Di's Quilting and Craft said...

My favourite cookies (biscuits) would have to be anything homemade especially if they have ginger in them. Mmmmmm

Yvette Stanton said...

My favourites would have to be snickerdoodles. We made them almost constantly during our recent three-month sojourn in Ethiopia. Anything with cinnamon is a winner for me!

am said...

My favorite cookies are sugar cookies, simple but fun, I think they have a classic buttery taste that nothing else can compare with.
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urban craft said...

this is just wonderful. I totally want.
Do fig newtons count as cookie?
THe commercial always say it's not a cookie, it's a newton.
It tastes like a cookie.

Thanks for a cool giveaway!

Judy Cooper Textile Designs said...

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookies are my favorite! http://judycooper.blogspot.com/

Thanks for giving away some of your 'stuff'!

Judy said...

It's a cutie alright!!!I'm glad you made it.The person who wins it will be a happy stitcher.

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Kristin said...

You Blog is fantastic I found it from flickr. I just started sewing and so far I love it. I am in the process of learning to use (thread) a sewing machine. Thank you for being such an inspiration. I love the toy idea you mention in a later post!! Forgot to mention my favorit cookie!! I LOVE sugar cookies, because you can make them into so many different shapes :).