For the strawberry you'll need:
Red felt half squares, around 7 cm (2.75 ") in diameter.
Small pieces of green felt (for the leaves)
Yellow thread (cross stitch thread is better, but you can definitely use a sewing thread), red and green threads.
Begin with the red felt.
Using the yellow thread, sew small dots all around it.
Fold in two, right side in, with straight side on straight side, and sew the straight sides together.
Turn over (right side out)
Use the red thread to sew the open side. Sew a simple, loose stitch. Pull the thread a bit, so that the opening will close a little. Stuff and pull all the way, to completely close it, then secure with a few stitches.
Cut a leaf out of the green felt
Sew the leaf to the top of the strawberry, and it's ready.
Now to the carrot. You'll need a piece of orange felt, in this shape:
And a piece of green felt for the leaves
Fold the felt lengthwise and sew. Leave the top open.
Turn over (it might be a bit difficult to get it all the way. I use a chopstick to get to the end), sew a simple, loose stitch (as you did with the strawberry) and pull a little. Stuff it (chopstick can help here too).
Pull all the way and sew.
Now the leaves. The leaves of the carrot are a bit different than the strawberry ones. If you'll grab a carrot from the refrigirator (come on, don't be lazy, go grab one!), you'll see that there are 2 parts - one is lying down and the other part is like a stem coming out from the top of the carrot (I'm sure it has a name, only I have no idea what it is...). To make this part, we'll cut a rectangle out of the green felt and cut lines across, but not all the way.
Now roll it and sew a stich or two in the bottom.
Cut a leaf, similar to the strawberry's one, and cut a small hole in the center.
Insert the rolled rectangle into this hole and sew a few stitches in the bottom.
Sew it to the top of the carrot, and the carrot is ready as well!
And last but not least, the banana.
Yellow and cream felt
Yellow and cream threads
From the cream felt, cut a piece the length of an average banana, double the width.
Cut also 6 identical pieces, a bit longer then the first piece and about 3 quarters of the first piece width. 3 yellow and 3 cream.
Fold the first, cream piece lengthwise and sew almost all the way. Leave a small opening for the stuffing. Turn over and stuff.
Use a blind stitch to close it, and your banana is ready.
For the skin, place one of the 3 cream pieces on one of the 3 yellow pieces and use the yellow thread to sew all around. Do the same with the other 2 cream and 2 yellow pieces.
That's it. Turn the skin over and put the banana inside (btw, ignore my skin. I accidently sewed it with the yellow felt out, so the stitches are visible. If you follow the instructions above, your stitched should be inside).