It is best to use curtain material or something of similar strength that doesn't fray easily. You can also get creative in the colours you use as these are juggling balls that you are making! The measurements of 12cm triangle sides used here is suitable for kids of about 10 years old or younger. You may want to experiment with 14cm sides for bigger hands. I sewed these pyramids by hand, but a sewing machine can also be used for quicker production. It is also worth noting that using rice as filling is not water or rat friendly. Plastic pellets are harder to acquire but your pyramids will last longer.
Step 1: Materials and Equipment Needed
-Rice or plastic pellets
-Needles and pins
-Funnel (can be made out of paper)
-Ruler or sewing tape measure
Step 2: Making a Cardboard Template
Step 3: Cutting Out the Cloth Pattern
Step 4: Pinning the Hem of Your Cloth
Step 5: Sewing the Hem of Your Cloth Pattern
Step 6: Getting Ready to Sew Your Pyramid!
Step 7: Sewing Your Pyramid
Step 8: Turn Pyramid Right Side Out
Step 9: Fill Pyramid With Rice.
Step 10: Final Stitches!
YOUR JUGGLING BALL IS NOW COMPLETE! MAKE TWO MORE FOR A SET OF THREE AND JUGGLE AWAY!!!