Fetus Jumpdrive




After looking on BoingBoing, I noticed a "Fetus Cookie Cutter" and was instantly amazed. For a while, I've been enthralled with the fetus shape and pattern. Then I took a look at my jumpdrive; it was naked. It had no housing. They build things so cheap these days. So, I decided to make a Fetus Jumpdrive!

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Step 1: Get the Baby Making Materials.

You'll need a couple of things, most of which you probably already have! All of the materials are super cheap.

Pink Felt - At Joann Fabrics, an 8 by 11 piece of pink felt is 25 cents.

Black Felt - You won't need a full square, just some scrap will do. If you don't have any, sharpie?

Polyfill - Used for stuffing. If you don't have any, you can use some stuffing from an old pillow or stuffed animal which reminds you of your ex.

Heat n' Bond (optional) - It is mainly used for attaching fabrics (like the eye) to others. It's kind of like an iron on transfer. If you don't know how to use this, ask the people at Joann's (where I learned). Honestly, you don't really need it. It just makes it easier. You could use thread and needle to sew on the eye.

Thread - Preferably pink.

Needle - Preferably pointy.

Pins - Preferably not the ones used for dissections.

Hot glue and gun - It's the easy way out.

Old Jumpdrive - Preferably without the housing (case) it came in. Those things break off too easy. If for some unfortunate reason your jumpdrive is still in tact, just remove the casing by sliding down a screwdriver in the side (careful!), and popping it off.

Iron - If using heat n' bond

Step 2: Plan Your Pregnancy.

Sketch out a fetus design on a piece of paper. You pick the size. I made mine around five inches long.

If you have no sketching skills, you can always find the cookie cutter, print it out, and trace that...

After sketching (or printing), trace it onto the pink felt with a pink felt tip marker.

Cut it out, leaving a little under a quarter of an inch of excess around the design.

Step 3: Sew Up Your Baby.

Pin the fetus cutout to a piece of pink felt. Sew around the edges, leaving between three quarters of an inch to one inch of space unsewn in the rear. Make your stitches tight.

After sewing, cut out the fetus again!

If you are unclear about sewing, use JessyRatfinks ible. It's awesome.

Step 4: Mutilate Your Baby.

Take your baby, and turn it inside out. Well, technically, you will be turning it rightside out. AKA, stitches on the inside. This is the most difficult part. You might want to use a crochet needle to get the arms.

Step 5: Put an Iron on Your Baby's Face.

You will be adding eyes.

Cut out two circles of black felt with heat and bond on the back, and iron it into place.

Or you can sew the eyes into place.

One on each side. You don't want a blind fetus.

Step 6: Stuff Your Baby.

Fill your baby with polyfill (or stuffing from a pillow etc.).

Use a pencil or crochet needle or something to cram polyfill into all the nooks and crannies. Don't overstuff it though.

Step 7: A New Kind of Child Abuse.

Shove your flashdrive into your baby.

I covered my flashdrive in a thin coat of hotglue before inserting, for durability and protection.

Put a thin line/bead of hotglue on the flaps and glue the flaps to the flashdrive, to seal and lock it into place (this is the lazy way, there are other, better, more complicated ways, but this way took thirty seconds).

Step 8: Name Your Baby, 'cause Your Finished.

Now you have a Fetus Flashdrive!

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As it was mentioned to me by many different amazing people, it would be awesome to have a cord coming from the stomach with the male end of the USB in it. Sort of like an umbilical cord, instead of it protruding from it's butt. Now that I look back, it would have been easier, and look better. Do that instead.

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    What would make this even better is if you used some of that red plastic goo thats used on fabrics, and made an umbilical cord, OR dunked certain parts in brown and red. Make a bit more morose!


    10 years ago on Introduction

    why would you spend the time to make something like this? are you hopeing to spark up awkward conversations about abortion?

    1 reply
    Doctor Whatgeekdude

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Nope, I just like creeping people out.  The fun conversations about abortion are an unexpected bonus.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    oh my god oh my god OH MY FREAKING GOD!!! XD DEAD BABIES!!!! i love this. great instructable. and i'm not talking about quality really, mostly just the fact that you taught me how to make a fetus to hang in my locker at school... :D great job!!


    im gonna use this design and idea to make a plain old stuffed fetus. this is great and wicked funny. good job


    10 years ago on Introduction

    look I'm really sorry but this is downright inhumane. If you made one of a deer fetus and sold them, PETA would be all over you for it, so why are human fetuses any different?

    5 replies
    dmnhunt3rDoctor What

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    didnt PETA forget to feed a few hundred animals? and what does PETA mean? people eating tasty animals?

    C17H19NO3Doctor What

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    mhmmm. Of course this planet belongs to 'nature' and not us. They forget that we are part of nature....

    John SmithC17H19NO3

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    because human fetuses look badass and because no self respecting person gives a shit about what peta says cool instructable


    10 years ago on Introduction

    I had to register purely to comment on this. I think this is absolutely brilliant, and any naysayers can stick it. It's witty, it's clever, entirely well done, and I love it. If I had any sewing skills, I'd make a zillion of these and hand them out to people. I love it! Fantastic job. =)

    2 replies

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Well, done. I mean it. But unfortunatly it's so gross that i can't stop looking at it. Big eeeewwwww here.