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So your a fashion forward necromancer, or a seamstress with a penchant for raising the undead, or maybe your just looking for a gift for that special horror buff.  Well, whatever the case may be, this is a fun project that's sure to please.

After all, who says a zombie can be useful and productive member of a civilized society? They're heads make great pin cushions after all.

This started out as a doodle I had a few days ago in a meeting.  I don't sew very well but I thought the idea looked too good on paper not to bring it to life... er... unlife?
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Step 1: What you'll Need

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Here's a list of the thing you'll need for this project:

1.  Access to 3D Printer or #D printing service
2. Pink Felt
3. Red Felt
4.  Needle and thread
5. Spray paint
6. Fine Tipped White and black Paint markers
7. Hot glue gun.
8.  Scissors
9.  Colored fabric or permanent markers
10. Pins
11. Working knowledge of how to raise the undead (Optional)

Step 2: Melt Some Plastic

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The first step is to print off, 1 each Pin Cushion Base and 1 each Brain Cutting Guide.

You can find both .stl files here on thingiverse along with the print settings I used.

Step 3: Next lets start in on the BRAIN!!!

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The first step to making the brain is to trace out the cutting pattern using the Brain Cutting Guide.  Do this like in the picture tracing around both the inside and outside, with a colored pencil.  You may have to trace a couple times to see your mark well.  Do this four times, as shown in the pictures.

Step 4: You may need a fellow named Edaward for this part.

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The next step is to cut out your patterned pieces.  To do this just cut out your felt along the outside perimeter.
I have to make this, this is so me!
kmac12 years ago
Ha, this is kooky cool. Love the design and just the whole concept. Thanks!
mkelly20 (author)  kmac12 years ago
Thanks. I thought it was groovy little thing.
Haha! That is the funniest little guy :)
mkelly20 (author)  Penolopy Bulnick2 years ago
Thanks a lot. I thought so too.
scoochmaroo2 years ago
So cute. I love this.
mkelly20 (author)  scoochmaroo2 years ago
Thanks. I'm glad you liked my little design.