12 draw out in the direct and mirror image. 9. Download the pattern. . which was inside my old high boots))) Instructions 1. 3 Cut out all the items with 5 mm (or more) wide from seam. Sew ears to the items № 1a and № 1b (combining marks 1-4-2). Do the same with items № 5c and № 5d. print it and cut out. Don't forget to draw all the marks. Put together items № 5a and № 5b face to face and sew them on a rounded edges. 10. 1 You can sew it on the sewing machine or manually. 4. 2 Draw out all the items of pattern on the inside of fabric (using chalk or a marker). 11. 3. 4 EARS.I used the fur. Incise edge (near mark 4) close to the seam. You can change size of the pattern before you print it if you want. Turn out and sew the open sections. my Teddy Bear is about 17-18 cm tall. 2. The parts № 1. The figure shows an outline of the layout. The part № 5 draw out 2 times in the direct and mirror image. 6.

Put together items № 6a and № 6b face to face and sew from the mark 7 to mark 12. 7. Sew darts on items № 1a and № 1b.5. Items № 11a and № 11b sew to the items № 12a and № 12b respectively (marks 10-11). Sew item № 3 with the front of the head. 5 HEAD. The head is ready! 6. Sew together the front part of the head and item number 4 (marks 8-9-8). sew from mark 7 to mark 6 and perform the seam on the nose. Sew darts on both parts. Sew darts on item № 4. 6 FRONT. Sew the item № 11a with № 6a. Next. combining marks 6-5-6. № 11b with № 6b (marks 19-20). Sew item №2 between items № 1a and № 1b (marks 3-4). 7 .

9. 8 Put together the front and back of the torso. Sew the items № 10a and № 10b to the item № 7(marks 8-19). 11 . face inwards. Stitch the back part of the head to the back part of the body by hand (combining marks 8-8). Sew the dart on item № 7. 11. Sew the items № 9a and № 9b to the body (combining marks 13-14-15-16). 10 Embroider nose and mouth according to the scheme. And then stitch up the remainder of the neck (8-7-8). 9 Turn inside out the head and the body. and sew combining marks 21-11-10-19-17-15. sew combining 13-12-13. 8.BACK. Sew the item № 7 with item № 8 (marks 17-18-17). Fill the bear with wadding. 10. Next.

bake. make 4 holes (use toothpick). Sew the eyes on the places marked X. You can also use buttons instead eyes. .Make the eyes from Fimo: make a ball. cut in half.

Description This is Domo-Kun. 2. but I made images to help you make your own. Cutting instructions are on the diagram. the only reason I have sewing the arms on as one of the last steps is because I nearly forgot to add them at all--oops! Instructions 1. you need to take all your felt and cut out the basic shapes. . I made my Domo out of a single sheet of brown. before the body is sewn together). I had a lot of fun making this little guy. you tack the two jagged teeth pieces to the red inner mouth piece. Enjoy! <br> Note: You can probably find an easier way to attach the arms (i. mascot for Japan's NHK television channel. but it can be scaled to any size. I didn't take pictures of the process. nothing too complicated. 2 Next.e. I kind of just made him up as I went. 1 First.

3 Now take the body piece with the hole and line up the inner mouth/teeth and sew them together. 5. then use black thread to sew around the edges of the eyes. 4 Now you're going to attach the eyes. 4. 5 . I used a running stitch for this. Use white thread to tack the eyes down and give them accents at the same time. Again. Also sew the teeth down flat using a running stitch. I used a running stitch for this step.3.

When you run to the end of the strip.photobucket. Fold them in half. Be sure to leave an opening for stuffing. 8 . you're going to whip stitch the side pieces onto the front and back body pieces. 6 Now stuff the arms! Make sure there's no stuffing sticking out the end. and then sew the open side shut.com/albums/v619/euterpe/4sewarms.Now you're going to prepare the arms. and then continue to stitch the sides to the body pieces. 6. it's okay to have a bit of a flap of felt--it will make it easier to attach the arms later. leaving the end open for stuffing (<a href="http://img. 7 Next. line them up correctly. making a hollow Domo-shell.gif">see animated illustration here for where to sew</a>). 7. just whip stitch the end of one strip to the next and press it flat. 8.

. whip stitch the hole shut that you left for stuffing. making sure that they are both even--you don't want one higher than the other! Also.And you're done! <br> . so your Domo is the right shape. 10. Whip stitch them to the sides of the body.Now stuff your Domo! Make sure you make the body nice and firm. 10 . 9 Lastly. you need to attach the arms. 9.. and make sure there aren't any awkward lumps in the stuffing anywhere.

If you run into any problems. It shouldn't be too hard though. feel free to ask me any questions. just a lot of fun! .

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Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Embed this project on your website » Description *HOW-TO IN PROGRESS* *PHOTOS SOON* This is a relativery easy project. The tree of the photo is the first one that I have made. Personally. 2. 2 . Instructions 1. just a little bit dusty hehe :P I hope that you can understand my english.26 to 32 gauge is preferable (0. Please correct me if I say something bad.4 milimeters diameter) . I don't have much experience on these things.of the color of your choice.2-0. especially for the people that they are into using wire for jewelry making. but it don't look bad anyway. 1 Take around 50 meters (160 feet) of wire .

4 Now twist the wire some times for secure the bead into place. 4.Using the pliers. more thick -> more long (If the wire is thin you can cut it with a scissors) 3. cut the wire into strands of 35-40 centimetres (14-16 inches) long each. . 3 Then pass a bead through each strand until the middle of its length. like seed beads. you can use more small beads. Alternatively. you can put 2-3 beads per strand. The lenght of the strands is depended of the gauge of the wire that you are using. In this case.

To make more realistic your tree. *BE CAREFUL TO TWIST ALWAYS THE SAME DIRECTION* (APPLY ALSO IN THE NEXT STEPS) 6. you can put to some "branches" a third strand.5. 5 Do the same for about 110-120 strands of wire. take 2 strands and twist them toghether. 6 The next step is to make a "branch". 7 . 7.

8. Again. it would be good that they are not exactly of the same size. 9 . 9. for more realistic results.You make bigger branches by twisting 2-3 small ones toghether. 8 Continue this way of twisting toghether 2-3 smaller branches to bigger ones until all your wire have form the three basic big branches of the tree.

12. 11. 10 Don't twist until the end. Left about 7-10 centimeters (3-4 inches) untwisted for make the roots. 11 Separate the untwisted part of the strands into 3 big groups. 10. If the wire is thick you will probably need the pliers for do this. 12 .Twist the three big branches together to form the trunk.

twist the trunk a little bit harder if needed. cut the extra wire that don't fit in the roots and fix the position of the branches. The possibilities are endless. 13. 13 Continue the same proccess of separating and twisting until you use all the wire left. Twist the two parts toghether. colourful or bonsai-like trees. You can even make a little garden or forest. spooky. You can use some glue if the roots don't help. you can create more elegant. 15 Your tree is ready! 16. 16 *Optional* You can use something to attach your tree to. A single stone is a good choice. . 15. Left again some wire untwisted.Now separate each group to two parts of about the same amount of strands. Do the same for all the groups. 14. By using different materials and colors. You can also put your tree in a bowl with smaller stones or inside a jar. 14 Finishing touches.

I'm looking forward to see your versions :) Revoluzzzionary Monster TUTORIAL: HOW TO SEW A REVOLUZZZIONARY MONSTER 39 comments 689 favorites 30 versions Posted By: Suse RevoluzZza See all projects » Please check out my website » Post to Page Published March 13. 2009 Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need • o o o o o o o o o o Pin(s) Scissors Fabric Pattern Sewing Machine Overlocker Felt Needle Thread • PROJECT BUDGET .

many people concerning my monsters that I decided to give all my blog readers a little gift: A tutorial to make your own RevoluzZzionary Monster. And the cute little monster I made during this tutorial .pdf 20.will be drawn by lot (my daughter and I like the RevoluzZza ribbon “lottery” that much that we want to have another “RevoluzZza lottery” :-)).just contact me. Everybody can join - .o Cheap Time:2h00 So-so • Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Attachments monster. It’s a simple one and even if you are a beginner you should be able to do it.you only need a simple stitch and a zigzag stitch. And you can make the monster with a very simple sewing machine .its name is Ninni . If you have any questions while you are making the monster .4 KB [Download] Description I got such an amazing positive feedback from many. Just leave a comment and on Friday my cute little daughter will draw by lot who will give the little beast a new home.

3 . 2 Pin the pattern on the fabrics and cut it out: 3.no matter where you live. print it and cut out the pattern. I chose to use different fabrics for the front and the back of the monster: 2. let’s get started! Instructions 1. OK. 1 Download the pattern.

Serge the part which you will use later to close the monster with a blind stitch:

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Cut out the felt eyes and sew them on the front fabric:

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Now fix the felt tooth (or teeth if you want to give your monster not just one tooth) while you sew the mouth with a narrow zigzag stitch:

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After you fixed the inner eyes you simply stitch a cross on the eyes by hand:

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Stitch the felt heart on the monster front:

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Now pin the front and the back of the monster with needles and sew the two parts together - but leave the part open which you will use to turn the monster inside out (the part you serged before):

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Now you have to cut some parts of the monster: the ears, over the little arms and between the legs (like shown on the pattern you downloaded). Serge the monster with a zigzag stitch - narrower on the parts you cut:

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… and this is the best moment when you create monsters and any kind of dolls and stuffed things: When you turn it inside out and see the final creature. Still a very flat monster - but already a monster

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It’s almost finished. Now we only have to stuff the little beast with doll wadding and close it with a blind stitch by hand:

12. 12 That’s it! Revoluzzzionary Easter Bunny LET’S SEW… A REVOLUZZZIONARY EASTER BUNNY 7 comments 170 favorites 4 versions Posted By: Suse RevoluzZza See all projects » Please check out my website » Post to Page Published April 07. 2009 Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need • o Pattern .

o o o o o o o o o o o o Fabric Scissors Pin(s) Needle Thread Vlieseline / Interfacing Iron Overlocker Sewing Machine Stuffing Fabric • PROJECT BUDGET o Free Time:1h00 So-so • Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description .

and many of you made so wonderful and amazing Easter Bunnies! Some made them out of paper. pin the pattern on the fabric and cut out: 2.cut it out. The simple version is really very easy . many sewed really cute bunnies. 2 Simple Easter Bunny: When you want to stitch the face of your bunny on a fabric it’s good to iron some Vlieseline on the inner side of the fabric. And so I decided to take the bunny from last year (only made a few modifications) and sew two different versions by using the same pattern: a very simple version and another one with arms and legs and a more detailed face. I don’t know the proper English word for this: It’s something you use to make the fabric a bit thicker: 3. And hey.but not really difficult. 3 . And the other version is only a tiny little bit more fiddly .Last year I uploaded that pattern to create a simple Easter Bunny . 1 First download the >>> RevoluzZzionary Easter Bunny pattern and print it . chose your fabric.absolutely perfect for beginners. next weekend its already Easter .so hurry up Instructions 1.

maybe some cute cheeks. And then: pin the front and the back together .of course the outside in. Sew the parts together and cut the parts between the ears and on the neck. you serge the bottom of the bunny . Then serge everything: 5.where you will close it later with a blind stitch. And you could give your bunny a heart now 4. Whatever your like.Now make your little bunny a unique face . maybe Miffy-like pout. 5 And now the most exciting part comes: Turn your bunny inside out! . 4 Before you sew the front and back of your bunny together.

And it gets even more exciting for babies when you put a rattle in the bunny tummy. Now try the other version.6. 6 That’s it! Now you fill your bunny with doll wadding. that was really easy. felt 44 comments 666 favorites 16 versions Posted By: BanDitte See all projects » Post to Page . sock animal.but it’s also perfect as a toy for babies. When I started sewing for kids about 3 years ago . use a shop stick for the ears and close your new friend with a blind stitch. And I sewed to ribbons between the ears to tie them to a baby bed. This cute bunny is perfect for Easter decoration . And you can even put a musical box inside this bunny and make it a wunderful and unique musical cuddly toy. It’s perfect for little hands to grab it. OK. Totoro Plushie. And I filled the bunny tummy with lavender which has a very positive impact on babies.my first best sellers were pretty simple bunnies (I called them Ladus) which were resembling this simple bunny.

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• • « Prev | 1 / 4 | Next » Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description I meant to sew rabbits for my new little nephew. it could not be anything but 3 little Totoros. but when I had made the ears. They are really simple to make. And they have little .

and the ears I drew are 6 cm long.butts :p I added a how to . Instructions 1. If forgot to turn it. turn your sock inside out and flatten it out with the heel facing downwards. 2. 1 First. This is a 25 cm long sock. 3 . 2 Draw the shape of the ears on the top. so the sock I am demonstrating has the wrong side out.hope it is understandable. 3.

6. It is easy to shape. 6 . Leave some fabric in the bottom. 5 Stuff it til it is semi-hard and shape-able. I used the filling of an old pillow. 5. 4.Sew along the line and cut away the middle part. 4 Time to stuff your Totoro.

Fold the fabric inside 8. 8 Start sewing from inside the folded part. 9.Cut that part of and save it. 7 And now we make that famous little butt. 9 . Insert the needle in all the little wrinkles in the fabric. Spare a little for seamallowance. 7.

but leave the end open. The first one looks better. 10 The tail is made from the spare piece of sock you cut off earlier. 11 Sew around it. 12. Stuff the tail and close it. 10. 12 . 11.Hopefully it will end up looking like this. I hurried trough this time.

Attach it to the back of the Totoro. If making the smallest Totoro. 15 . If not. 14 Glue the felt on. you might want to sew it on. 15. 14. If it is for smaller children. nose. Some how one of the sides looks more like a back than the others. I just handdrew the pieces. it can be shaped. 13 Cut out eyes. 13. and belly in black and white felt. you only need to make eyes.

with thread through the bottom of it's ears. so the thread is not visible. 17.I shaped the ears of the largest Totoro. 16 Make sure you sew it tightly enough. 17 And you're done! Angela Plushie A cute little lolita plushie doll . 16.

2011 Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need • o o o o o For stuffing Cotton Needle & Thread 1 Any Needle Same color as felt Thread • PROJECT BUDGET o Cheap Time:3h00 Pretty Easy .0 comments 9 favorites 0 versions Posted By: Crazed4now See all projects » Post to Page Published January 06.

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the pattern for it is something i just kind of make on notebook paper. you don't have to. . plus..• « Prev | 1 / 3 | Next » Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description This is a little lolita girl doll. 1 First. WHAT YOU NEED!!! .. This is really just a versatile doll. Really.. it was 3am and i don't think my parents would appreciate me using the sewing machine) XD I curve the feet and hands.. ^^.. ^^ I did this hand-sewn (i think it adds some personality. If this tutorial SEEMS long. but it's not that difficult. as well as the color you want the dress. You can do the hair or dress anyway you want. I'm serious when i say "go for it". I had a lot of scraps from other projects. You can make her have shoes or gloves if you're ambitious enough. so i thought this would be fun.Felt (champagne or flesh colored. Instructions 1. I'm just overly descriptive. gather your materials and plan your doll.. eyes. I did a quick sketch based on a picture of a lolita-girl i drew. it is. The project itself takes a few hours (by hand).

.It's the same as the leg. From there. just shape the hair to whatever you want it to be. I know this picture isn't the best... Cut out: ~Head. go for it).Thread and needle (thread should be the color of the felts you're using..and hair) .Trace the head shape. ~Arm.. 3 . You can do whatever you want though. but the side that's NOT the hand should be cut at about a 30 degree angle.Cotton (for stuffing) .A sliiiight oval shape (longest from side to side). so they're starting to lose their shape. Make it longer just in case though. The length. outward curves. The top should curve a bit inwards as well.It's basically a triangle with soft.My rule for this is HALF of the height of the head. ~Hair.. 2 Making the pattern: I like doing my patterns on notebook paper because it's cheap and the lines help with measuring.Anything else you want (really. 2. about the length of the head. 3.Paper (for pattern) . but still mostly a circle ~Body. but i've reused the pattern for everything (minus the hair) MANY times. . ~Leg.

.. Get it? 5. but i like doing it later so i know what the "flavor" of the doll is at that point. i'll give a virtual hug to whoever can guess what book is on my floor [a fangirl should know this]) XD 4.. 2 heads (one should be skin colored. 5 . 4 This piece is for the skirt. For cutting out. well. hair) (PS. the other should be the color of the hair) 4 arms (skin) 4 legs (skin) 2 bodies (color of dress) 1 hair (color of. Why wasn't it in the pattern? Because cutting it out isn't hard. then just cut straight across. So this piece is whatever-you-wantX12.. You'll need. figure out how long you want the skirt to be (mine's a little over an inch). Sheets of felt typically are sold in 9X12. You CAN..Cut out everything out! You don't have to do the face at this point. simply pin the paper on top of the felt and follow the lines.. Take the 12 inch side.

Just a simple straight stitch around the edges (this is one of the arms). There should be 14 pieces. 7 . If your felt has a wrong-side. My stitches are pretty big. 6 Sew the limbs: Please do yours with the thread being skin-colored. but i hand-sew. =P Do this to make 2 arms and 2 legs. Mine is black so you can see it. but i was getting lazy. 7.Then you're done cutting (for now)! Notice that the hair fits RIGHT over the skin-colored half of the head perfectly. place those together when you sew it. 6. You can do this by machine.

9.. whatever you want. ^^ Also. 8 Now. stitch the hair to the skin colored half of the face. eye make-up. 10 . It will be WAY less difficult if you just do it at this point. add any head/hair accessories now.. The sewn part should now be invisible to the outside. 8. blush. Thread should be eye colored. I didn't because i spaced out. Do this with the haircolored thread.When you're done. 9 Add the face now. You can add a mouth. I think she looks cut like this. nose. 10. flip the limbs inside-out.

Don't over-stuff the head. If you can see the tail of hair from the front on the outside. Then sew together using hair-colored thread. my picture's a bit off. (i made this mistake and had to restitch it). anything that's outside of the circle will end up inside. Over-stuffing the limbs is no big deal (i actually prefer it). Now. Right now. stuff the head and limbs with cotton. make sure that any hair that's hanging down is sewn INSIDE of the circle. 11 Flip the head inside-out now so that the face is facing outwards. 11. THAT'S BAD! (this was taken before i fixed it). Again.Place the hair-colored half of the head ON TOP of the face. 12. IF YOU'RE DOLL HAS HAIR THAT HANGS DOWN. because it'll just get in the way later. just to be clear. 12 . PAY ATTENTION!! When you sew.

The arms should be placed about 1/4 of an inch from the top. Pin the limbs down so that they don't move around.. 14. XD Whip-stitch the bottom of the head shut. DO NOT CLOSE THE LIMBS!!! 13. 14 . Line up the edges of all the limbs to the outside. 13 This part is probably the most difficult. Legs should be in the middle of the bottom (mine always move. but they're SUPPOSED to be in the middle. if you're like me. you're probably JUST adding the hair/head stuff. Why? Cause we're ditsy.Now. so listen up! Take body and place it so that the part that will be on the outside is facing up (i've added a necklace).

disobey.) Remember.... Start sewing (using the clothes-colored thread). 15.Place the other half of the body (with the outside part facing downwards) on top of the limbs (it's a limb sandwich!). you can take out the pin. This part you might want to pick hand-sewing over machine because the limbs like to. it should look like the picture. When you finish one side. Start sewing at the edge of the neck and go down towards the arm. (it makes me want ravioli every time. 15 This should be what it looks like when it's all sewn shut. if you flip over the top. LEAVE THE NECKLINE UN-SEWN! Once you get a few stitches into a limb. 16 . don't shut the neckline! 16..

18. flip it inside-out. which is on my computer]). 18 whip-stich the head on.. XD 19..Now.. This will take some effort and time.. 17 After that. Stuff the body after this. It really depends on the shape of the head and how lazy you are. I also to other stitches sometimes but. 19 . I take about 5 minutes every time just to make sure i don't split a seam. [hint: the song is on youtube. i don't remember the name of them. 17. but don't worry. (Virtual tackle-glomp to whoever can guess what anime the song i'm listening too is from. whip-sew the neck shut.

sew the pieces of the skirt together (so now it's a sewn together circle. which bothered me. Leave the thread and needle where they are. Make sure it fits right.DON'T FORGET THE SKIRT! I'm adding lace to mine. I decided to add some texture to her hair by slitting her bangs and the hair-tails. Don't knot it off when you're done. 20. Take the skirt piece you cut out earlier and start straight stitching it. The Begining Of The Kute Killer Army I plan on making about a million of them :D 1 comment 14 favorites 0 versions . gather the fabric by simply pushing the fabric back as you go. but i thought it looked more natural. I had a bit of lace showing. Take the skirt and encircle the doll. 20 Final step! whip-stitch the skirt into place on the doll. As you go. Also. You don't have to. you don't have to though. so i also added a pearl belt. Take the skirt off the doll then knot-it-off.

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1 . 2.The white ones name is cooper and the black one has a sticker on the back that says bacon and his name is Mister Marbles.this is the stencil i made and used. Instructions 1.• Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description . 2 .

3 once its sewed. . just trace on one and pin to the other. stuff with cotton or whatever ( i used the insides of stuffed animals i no longer love) sew them up and sew them together. if you do trace on both sides it wont mater cuz they will never line up. 3. 4. flip inside. 4 .i traced the stencils on two different pieces of fabric. you don't need to.im in love.

and beige Matchstick or tweezers to help with stuffing 4 inch (10 cm) square of black Felt 4 inch (10 cm) square of beige Felt • PROJECT BUDGET o Cheap .Zombie Undertaker Sew a zombie undertaker feltie. white. black. 1 comment 49 favorites 0 versions Posted By: Zombie Felties See all projects » Post to Page Published October 16. 2010 Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need • o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Craft Glue Pencil(s) Tracing Paper Beading Needle Scissors Embroidery Needle 8 white Bugle Beads Tiny quantity of toy Stuffing 8 tiny Pearl Beads 8 small Pearl Beads 12 pink Sequins Embroidery Floss in pink.

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you have to die first. Stitch the eye sockets on the front head piece with craft glue. slightly angled and uneven stitches. Rethread the needle with 1 strand of black floss and make the mouth with a line of backstitch. 2. grim in appearance. overlapping satin stitches. brain exposed and alive with pearly little maggots? Grave in demeanour. and stitch the sequins onto the forehead piece. Thread an embroidery needle with 2 strands of pink floss and make the nose with small.« Prev | 1 / 2 | Next » Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description To get undead. And who better to manage the interment than an undead mortician. 2 Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of pink floss. referring to the photograph to place it correctly. he's even brought a suitable coffin to manage the occasion. Cross the mouth with 8 single. Instructions 1. 1 Cut out all the felt pieces as marked. and perfect for the role. starting by overlapping them slightly over the top edge and .

it will be used as the base on which to glue the top hat. Bring the thread around the end bead and take it back through the other 3. Then align the forehead with the front head piece to make a whole face and glue the 2 pieces together. then one more tiny one. Leave the "stem" clear of sequins. 4. 5." aligning them carefully with each other. checking with the photograph for placement.working inward. a smaller one at each end of a pair of larger ones. 4 Use craft glue to stick the hat pieces on either side of the forehead "stem. then thread on first a tiny bead. then 2 larger ones. 3 Add the maggots-each is made from 4 pearl beads in 2 sizes. 5 . continuing to overlap them as you work down. then stitch it back through the felt. 3. Repeat 3 times. pulling tightly to hold the maggot in a line. Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of white floss and thread it through the felt and the sequins where you want to add a maggot.

Stitch the gap closed. then align the front and back heads and sew them together using an embroidery needle threaded with 1 strand of beige embroidery floss and small overstitch. 6 Glue the hands in place on the front of one of the body pieces. 7. Leave a gap at the base of the head and pad with wisps of stuffing using a matchstick or tweezers to help you. Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of beige embroidery floss and sew 4 bugle beads onto each hand to make bony fingers. Sew the felt edges just behind the sequins at the top of the head.Stick the 2 hat bands on the inside of the back head piece. 6. 7 .

Align the 2 body pieces. 3 comments 144 favorites 5 versions Posted By: Zombie Felties See all projects » Post to Page Published October 13. Classic Zombie Sew a zombie feltie. pad with wisps of stuffing as with the head. 8. thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of black floss. 8 Stitch the body onto the back of the head. and sew them together using a small overstitch. using overstitch and 1 strand of black floss. then stitch the gap closed. Leave a gap at the neck. Check the photograph of the finished Zombie Undertaker to ensure that you get the right overlap of the body with the head. 2010 Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need .

pale gray. and dark gray 4 inch (10 cm) square of dark gray Felt Small scrap of white Felt • PROJECT BUDGET o Cheap Time:1h30 So-so .25 cm) in diameter 1 round white Bead(s) .• o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Matchstick or tweezers to help with stuffing Craft Glue Tracing Paper Scissors Pencil(s) Tiny quantity of toy Stuffing Embroidery Needle Beading Needle 2 tiny black Bead(s) 12 inch (30 cm) length of black necklace Cord 1 round white Bead(s) . red. about 1/2 inch (1. about 1/4 inch (6 mm) in diameter 1 black Sequin 2 small black Bugle Beads 4 white Bugle Beads Embroidery Floss in black. white.

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It's a classic zombie: the one's that's graced a thousand B movies. 1 Cut out all the felt pieces as marked. Stick the nose piece in place on one of the head pieces with craft glue. Moldy bandages trailing around lurching limbs? Check. Coming soon to a sewing table near you. Based on an original project in a book available here Instructions 1. . Thread a beading needle with 2 strand of black floss and stitch the black bugle beads in place on the nose piece.• « Prev | 1 / 3 | Next » Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Description Graying flesh dropping from exposed teeth? Check. Spiky wisps of hair sticking out all over? Check.

2. and the felt. then sew the floss back through the felt. Thread the needle back through the center of the white bead. the sequin. the smaller of the 2 round white beads. 2 Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of white floss and stitch the 4 white bugle beads in place under the nose to make teeth. taking the ends around to the back. then through the black sequin. . bring the floss back through from the wrong side of the felt and wind more red floss around the loop of the eyeball to strengthen it. Thread an embroidery needle with 6 strands of black floss and sew a large cross stitch where the zombie's left eye will dangle. Thread a beading needle with 2 strands of black floss and sew the right eye in place by taking the needle through the felt. then back through the larger bead. 3. Glue the bandage across the left-hand top of the head. Thread a beading needle with 2 strands of red floss and push it from the wrong side of the felt through the center of the cross stitch the makes the left eye. When the loop is the right length. and one of the tiny black beads. 3 Add the dangling eyeball. Finish off the floss on the wrong side of the felt. Feed first the second tiny black bed and then the larger round white bead onto it. leaving enough slack for the eyeball to dangle to the cheek.

6 Glue the single arm unit to the wrong side of the second body piece.4. . 5 Add the 4 body bandages to the front of one of the body pieces. align the 2 head pieces. glueing them in place and taking the ends around to the wrong side of the felt. Leave a gap at the base and pad the head lightly with wisps of stuffing. Wrap and glue the arm bandage twice around the right arm. 4 Cut the necklace cord into 10 even lengths an glue them in place on the inside of the second head piece. 5. using a matchstick or tweezers to help you. and sew them together with a small overstitch. Then stitch the gap closed. Thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of pale gray floss. 6. very slightly below the top edge.

Pad the body with wisps of stuffing. Finally. Zombie Felties See all projects » Post to Page Published July 29. Leave the neck open. 8. 2010 . Stitch the body closed. align the body pieces. trim the spikes of hair to make raggedly different lengths. using a matchstick or tweezers to fill it evenly. and stitch them together using a small overstitch. 7 Thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of dark gray floss. 8 Thread an embroidery needle with 2 strands of dark gray floss and stitch the body to the back of the head.7. Pass the needle to the side of the bandages so that the stitches don't show.

Log in or Sign up to remove sponsor You Will Need • o o o o o o Small scrap of white Felt Embroidery Floss in black. very pale green. and red 4-inch (10-cm) square of black Felt 6-inch (15-cm) square of very pale green Felt 4-inch (10-cm) square of red Felt • PROJECT BUDGET o Cheap Time:2h00 So-so • . pink. pale green.

He’s gyrating wildly to a tune that only he can hear—nothing can stop him.• « Prev | 1 / 2 | Next » Add to a List Add to Favorites Add Your Version Attachments Screen_shot_2010-07-29_at_01. the original pop zombie has lost none of his mojo.jpg 122. either photocopying or scanning the templates. Stick the eye sockets and eyeballs in place on one of the head pieces with craft glue. . and nobody sane would even try… Based on an original project in a book available here Instructions 1. or using tracing paper to make templates as described on page 4.8 KB [Download] Description Still full of innate and deadly style. checking the photograph for the correct placement. Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of black floss and sew a red bead in the center of each eyeball to make the pupils. 1 Cut out all the felt pieces as marked.24.27.

2 Thread an embroidery needle with 2 strands of pale green floss and make Thrilla’s nose with 2 stitches on each side in an inverted “V” shape.” Start from the outer edge of the head and overlap them as you sew.2. Thread a beading needle with 1 strand of pink floss and stitch the sequins on to make the “brain. Rethread the needle with 2 strands of black floss and make the mouth with 4 straight stitches in the shape of a rectangle. 4. 3 Cut the necklace cord into 2 pieces and sewthem in place on the forehead in loose curves. Use an embroidery needle threaded with 1 strand of black floss to sew the cord down with small single stitches across its width. 3. 4 . following the shape in the photograph and leaving long ends at the edge of the face.

sandwiching the hair between them and tucking the loose ends of necklace cord to the inside.Align the face pieces together. Leave a gap open at the base. then sew the gap closed. then add the red scarf. pad the head lightly with wisps of stuffing using a matchstick or tweezers to help you. 5. Stick the jacket in position on top of it (check with a photograph of the finished piece for placement). Thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of very pale green floss and sew the head together using a small overstitch. 5 Use craft glue to stick Thrilla’s right arm in place on one of the body pieces. Thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of black floss and make a line in running stitch around the scarf’s border. 6. 6 . sewing through the hair as you go.

Thread an embroidery needle with 1 strand of the very pale green floss and stitch the left arm to the front of the body. and sew them together with a small overstitch. 8 Use 1 strand of red floss to stitch the body to the back of the head. align the 2 body pieces. as with the head. Rethread the needle with 1 strand of red floss. following the photograph of Thrilla to get the angle right. 7 Stitch the top of the body closed through all the felt layers. 8. and pad with wisps of stuffing. 7. Leave a gap open at the neck. .