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With a serger you can prototype many things because it makes it easy to cobble together bits of material into something fun real quick. An after-dinner project when ...
You can use a regular sewing machine for all of the steps. You can also use a serger to do most everything except adding details where you need ...
Cut a strip of fabric that will be wide enough to match the roundness of front of the mouth. Make it long enough to cover your arm and ...
I just cut out a triangular piece of fabric to make the nose. Sew on the bottom seam of the nose. Get and bend some cardboard to form ...
Take a piece of fabric for the ears. Fold it in half and serge around it to form the ears. Turn it inside out to create the finished ...
Take an old T-shirt or use polyester fiberfill/batting to stuff the head of the puppet.Now is the time to accessorize.You can have a bald puppet or add some ...
So who wouldn't want their own muppet-style puppet, as long as you're a kid at heart.Have fun. Hope it is a sunny day to chase the clouds away.
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