5. Clip the seam and trim the seam, making it easier to turn. Turn right sides out.(This can be a pain, I use long tweezers to help me) You can always notbother with the turning and just trim close to your sewing and leave the seamshowing. Place a small amount of stuffing into the turtles head but not theneck.6. Sew head and legs in place on the base facing inward as shown. Sew asclose to the outer edge as possible.7. Place shell and base right sides together, with head and legs tucked insideand pin in place. Sew around, leaving a turning gap between the front andback legs.8. Clip the seam and turn right sides out.