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If you've fallen in love with the film WALL-E but making a WALL-E robot is too complicated for you, why not make a soft toy EVE, it's actually ...
First draw out your EVE on a sheet of plain white cotton. The ideal size is about the area of a piece of A4 or US Letter sized ...
If you've never used a sewing machine before and you can borrow one, this is a good project to start on, because it is so simple. For the ...
Using a sharp pair of scissors, trim round the sewing, about 5mm out from the seam.
Now turn EVE right way out and smooth her out. You might like to iron the material flat at this point, just to keep it nice and flat. ...
Using a needle and thread carefully sew the seam gap shut as neatly as possible (the red thread is shown in this picture only for reference, in reality ...
Repeat the first 4 steps of the project, but this time making the arms. Draw them following the templates provided, or ink jet print them out using the ...
Firstly, neatly sew the arm closed (with white thread) and then sew the fingers and the button hole. Most modern sewing machines have a button hole function. If ...
Attaching arms at this stage is probably the easiest bit of the project, just poke the buttons through the button holes! If you want to embellish EVE, then ...
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