Step 1: Supplies
1 Small piece of cardboard for head
Very thin ribbon or cord for Obi belt
Paper clip, safety pin, clothes pin or alligator clip if you want to attach the ninja to clothing, hats, or whatever
1 Black felt square for suit and head gear or black construction paper
2 regular size and 3 small size Popsicle sticks, cardboard, plastic spoon, fork, or knife.
Paper for making ninja suit pattern
Step 2: Tools
Craft glue or hot glue and gun
Black permanent marker
2 Sewing pins
Small lid for circle pattern I used a sprinkles lid
Ink pen or pencil for marking.
Cardboard or something to protect work surface
Step 3: Color
Step 4: Glue the Body
Step 5: Head
Using the round cardboard cut out 1 circle from the felt, this will cover the cardboard circle to make the face.
Glue these pieces together.
Glue them to the neck of the Ninja.
Cut out the head gear as shown for the cap.
Glue this to the head.
Cut a thin piece of felt for the eye band.
Glue it to the face.
Glue the eyes on.
Step 6: Ninja Suit
Shinobi ShÅzoku, a dark-colored keikogi clothing, worn by practitioners of the Japenese Martial Art of Ninjutsu.
The split-toed boots and socks are called tabi.
Remove the ninja and fill in the areas for the neck, sleeve, arms, and ankle as shown.
Cut out the pattern.
Check for the fit.
Make necessary adjustments.
Pin the pattern to the felt fabric and cut out the suit.
Check for fit and make necessary adjustments, by carefully trimming with scissors.
Glue the suit to the ninja.
Step 7: Obi Belt
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_ninja_suit_called#ixzz25f6DNkRd.
Cut a small piece of the cord and tie it around the ninja's waist.
Step 8: Stand
Set the ninja on the foam and mark the holes for his feet to go into.
Take the scissors point and make the foot holes.
Step 9: Play Hard
Step 10: Sunshiine's Final Thoughts
Again, posting a new instructable was great fun! I thought I would post something for the kids to make. I hope you enjoy making your ninja as much as I did! If there is a ninja you would like me to make please comment below.
In closing I would like to thank our instructables company, sponsors, authors, readers, and members; for making this community a great success! Many hours and hard work has been put into making this place the best DIY on the Internet.
Thanks for stopping by! Sunshiine