Felt Food on My Mind

I’d like to start by thanking you for stopping by. I’m serious. Thank you for taking the time to view any amount of content in this tiny little corner of the internet. I hope to fill it with all the felt food that I can possibly create!


I’ve made this website to showcase my love of felt food, create content that spreads joy, and make a living doing what makes me happy. This world needs more positivity, and if I can achieve even a little smile, it will all be worthwhile.


A Little Background

I have been juggling with the concept of this business for years. Some days it feels like it will never happen, but I just keep trying to push forward and hold myself accountable to my goals. I’ve got the logo made, the website structure decided, and the final pieces of this puzzle laying into place. I can’t wait to start blogging, posting projects, and talking with the wonderful community that’s out there! I’d like to share at least one project a week, and once I settle into my groove, hopefully more. However, I’ve come to know myself better in recent times, and want to recognize realistic goals. In conclusion, I don’t want to over-promise and fall short, so let’s see where things go for now.

Website Structure

In general, I plan to make felt food that’s relevant to the current seasons and holidays at the time of posting. I will be breaking down new entries into categories including type, size, complexity, and cost (free vs. premium). All new patterns will be started as a blog entry. This will allow me to chat about the process, give you insight into why I chose it, and anything else I’d like to talk about at that time. I will include links that take you to the project page and/or store to purchase the pattern directly. In addition to my internal website store, I’ll include a link to my Etsy shop if you’re more comfortable there.

I also plan to arrange affiliate links and ads on the project pages as a passive way to support this business. Affiliate links can be clicked to take you to familiar sites to purchase materials used in a project. If you make a purchase through one of those re-directs, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. As if I didn’t offer enough options, I’ll also be setting up a Patreon soon too. If you have any thoughts or suggestions for tiers and rewards, please let me know!

Please keep in mind, this is a work in progress. Any constructive feedback at this point is more than welcome! You’re welcome to leave a comment below or navigate to the Contact page for a zillion other ways to get in touch.

The Takeaway

As you can probably tell, I’m in love with felt food and the process of making it. My main focus at Rainy Day Felt will be to produce quality patterns on a regular basis that you can purchase in my store. Provided that things go well, I plan to tackle other projects with felt, later down the road. It just depends on who finds their way here and what we end up doing, so please don’t be shy! I aspire to carve out a nice little space where we can collectively make things and be inspired by one another.

Lastly, if you make anything with the patterns I’ve created, I would absolutely love to see your work! We can all use the hashtag #rainydayfelted to share on social media. I’ve signed up for as many platforms as I think I can handle, so hopefully you’re part of one (or all) of them!

I can’t wait to hear from you!

❤ Daveanna

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