Miss La Sen is a girl figurine believed to bring good luck, protection, prosperity and wisdom.
Miss La Sen wears the seed syllable of Manjushri mantra. This is the root syllable of this mantra : “Dhi”. The wisdom mantra of the Manjushri Bodhisattva is believed to enhance wisdom and increase the ability to learn.
Some young people like to own the handicrafts with images of Miss La Sen. If you're looking for a fun, protective and lucky craft, making a Miss La Sen felt Daruma is a neat option.
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Step 1: Download This Pattern for Miss La Sen Felt Daruma.
Step 2: Print It in A4 Size Paper.
Step 3: Use the Felt Fabric, Thread, Needle, Glue Gun and Scissors.
Step 4: Cut the 2 Pieces of Body on the Red Felt.
Step 5: Cut the Face of the Daruma.
Step 6: Cut the Hair, Mouth, Eyes, Flower on the Felt Fabric.
Step 7: Cut the Bow on the Blue Felt Fabric.
Step 8: Cut the Flower and 4 Pieces for Decorations Like the Picture.
Step 9: Use the Glue Gun to Glue the Face Onto the Body of Daruma.
Step 10: Glue the Flower and 4 Pieces for Decorations Like the Picture.
Step 11: Glue Hair on the Face.
Step 12: Glue the Flower on the Right Ear.
Step 13: Glue the Blue Bow in the Center of the Hair.
Step 14: Glue the Mouth, Eyes Like the Picture.
Step 15: You Use the Thread and Needle to Sew Down 2 Pieces of Body Together With a Simple Running Stitch.
Stitch these 2 pieces of body together to make one nice Durama.