I made the typical sunny-side-up eggs for the kids. You see a lot of them on felt food posts. As I was making them, Boy was interested in them and asked what they were. I turned the question back to him and asked him what he thought. He said, "A sun!" We don't really eat sunny-side-up eggs at our house...around here they're all scrambled, so he didn't recognize them. I figured we better whip up a scrambled version. I didn't do a super exhaustive search for scrambled eggs, but in the searching I did do, I never found any...so as far as I know, this is a Helping Little Hands original. If you'd rather have sunny-side-up eggs, there are a bunch of terrific people who linked up to our share MckLinky...or I'll be doing my own tutorial for them tomorrow.
Materials: Yellow and White felt, thread, sewing machine, stuffing or shredded felt scraps, free-motion foot optional
My original thought was to do these like the pizza sauce, but with two colors since scrambled eggs (at least at our house) are mostly yellow with a few white clumps popping through. So I cut out a bunch of smallish yellow blobs and a few small white blobs and layered them until I was happy. Then I pinned them, so they wouldn't move around too much while I was sewing.