Stuffing of Rock Hand

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Introduction: Stuffing of Rock Hand

About: I'm a student in high school! so I always to fire someone with anger to be creative I always wanted to be a zookeeper and I am more comfortable around new animals than new people. my opinion!!! :)

Choose a fabric for the body of Rock Hand

Making your own patterns, this is where it really gets fun! This is where you can create something truly unique and personal and it doesn’t necessarily have to be that hard.

The 2D pattern is basically a flat design, that is, until it gets stuffed.

set the pattern aside. then cut along the lines with scissor.

Practice and practice!

Step 1: Supplies

pencil

parchment paper

scissor

fabric

fiberfil or cotton balls

sewing thread

sewing needle

Step 2: Cut Out the Outlines

TO MAKE A PATTER, hold or tape parchment paper over the template and trace around the edge with a pencil.

Lay the pattern on the minky or other soft fabric and cut it out "PRETTY SIMPLE"

set the pattern aside. then cut along the lines with scissor.

Transfer pattern and cut shapes out of gray.

Step 3: Sew Both Sides Together

Pin and sew together your two body outlines together if you necessary.

basting stitch

Arrange shapes as in the photograph. sew in place using a straight stitch.

thread embroidery needle with embroidery thread. use a white stitch to create a mouth.

Step 4: Turn Them Inside Out

Align back piece with front. use a blanket stitch around the outside edges to sew the front and back together.

Pull it through the opening you left open, if it was stuck inside piece, turn them inside out use a scissor to put inside out.

Take your stuffing and feed it through the gap you've left in your stitching. You'll want to pack it in until the doll holds its shape well, but you can adjust fullness to your liking until the animal is as firm as you want.

Step 5: Finish and Cuddle

Tuck fabric inside the gap to reinforce the seam. Take one side of the fabric and push it through the gap in your stitching. Then sew the gap shut, being sure you stitch the tucked as well to make a strong seam.

Felt is super easy to hand stitch with, so if you don’t have a sewing machine.

if you think that's too easy! Prove it!

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