Kawaii Traffic Cone Plushies





Introduction: Kawaii Traffic Cone Plushies

Very easy and cute traffic cone to make!

Step 1: What You Will Need

-orange and White felt
- black, orange and white thread
- sewing needle

Step 2: Cutting

Look and picture above and cut out those shapes.

Step 3: Start Sewing

Place the white piece over the orange cone piece and sew using a felt stitch.

Step 4: Sew a Face

With black thread sew a cute kawaii face in the centre.

Step 5: Sewing the Cone

Take the cone piece and sew the edges together with a felt stitch to make a cone. Take the square piece with the circle hole on in it and attach it to the bottom of the cone.

Step 6: Stuff

Stuff your cone.

Step 7: Sewing the Bottom of the Cone

Sew on the rectangles to the edges of the square with a blanket stitch.

Step 8: Continue Sewing the Bottom

Sew up the corners.

Step 9: Attaching

Attach that to the bottom of the cone and stuff.




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    10 Discussions

    Sure I think I will do it now, keep looking!

    Are you going to make the toast? It's fine if not, I just want to know

    Sorry guys, I have been busy at the moment so instructables have been paused

    Can I request something? How about a piece of toast

    This is really cute! I'd love to see more Kawaii stuff in the future! (I'm a big knit/sewer and I've made several of these and just stuck them on my desk. Great job!

    You can make it any size Penolopy Bulnick, choose a size for the square and then make rectangles the same size as the edges of the square. For the cone you just measure the circumference of the circle in the square and then try and make that piece with the measurements, you don't need it to be exact but try and make it bigger then you need because it is easier to fix bigger pieces then smaller pieces.

    Whoops! I didn't realise I put 'cute' in front of kawaii, sorry everyone!

    Actually, kawaii means cute in Japanese. So you are kinda wrong when you say "cute kawaii face". Still, you have used the word correctly because it is very cute. :)