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No-Sew Fleece Octopus Tutorial - While She Naps. I picked up this craft booklet, circa 1966, a few months ago at a church rummage sale and got inspired to update one of its projects.

No-Sew Fleece Octopus Tutorial - While She Naps

The yarn octopus has long been a classic toy to make for children, and I've transformed it into an even easier, and perhaps more cuddly, no-sew fleece octopus! According to my 8-year-old, her fleece octopus is "the cutest thing ever. " You'll need: -16" x 16" piece of fleece -styrofoam ball 3" in diameter -3/4" wide ribbon - felt scraps in white, gray, and black -embroidery floss -8" x 8" piece of quilting cotton for the bandana -string (not pictured) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sock Monkey (and Friend) DIY. Sock monkeys are a classic and super adorable project.

Sock Monkey (and Friend) DIY

They are also simple to create and make great gifts. If you are making these as a gift for a young child remember to use child safe snaps instead of buttons, or no buttons at all (you could use a small piece of fabric or felt for the eyes). And once you've mastered the fine art of the sock monkey you can make slight variations on this pattern to create some little friends-like this cute raccoon! 1. Supplies: two long thick socks, needle and thread, scissors, two black buttons, polyester plush. 2. Stuffed animal. Gadgets.

Stuffed animal

Bunny Softies / For the Home. With spring just around the corner, what little one wouldn’t squeal with delight upon receiving one of these adorable bunny softies?

Bunny Softies / For the Home

They will make for the perfect addition to any Easter basket, alongside those candy-filled eggs. Let me show you how you can make your very own with in just a few hours time. The supplies you will need to complete one bunny are: one pair knee-high socks, craft felt sheets in coordinating colors, buttons, white twine, embroidery floss, embroidery needle, pins, Shape Templates – Mixed Shapes and Mixed Borders, Shape Templates – Super Sized Circles, Shape Templates – Super Sized Ovals, sharp scissors, pencil or marker and a sewing machine (optional). For the face pieces, trace and cut two circles onto one color of felt using the inside of the smallest circle from the Shape Templates – Super Sized Circle package. You also need to trace and cut a heart and a circle from a contrasting, but coordinating color of felt.

Supply List. Red Heel Sock Style. Jackie's Monkey Business - Unique Sock Monkeys.

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Embroidery Designs at Urban Threads - Projects. Now it's time to grab that other sock, provided it hasn't disappeared.

Embroidery Designs at Urban Threads - Projects

Don't laugh -- I have about a half dozen socks whose partners have mysteriously vanished. It can happen. Turn the sock inside out and flatten it the other way, so the heel is folded in half. This sock is much more picky as to what it turns into. The diagram to the left shows you what I mean. The long front half of the sock is the tail. Before cutting anything, I'll give you a bit of advice I learned the hard way: You'll notice the tail and the arms are the uppermost section. Unique Upcycled Sock Monkey by RagPickersDaughter. How to Make a Sock Monkey: 20 steps (with pictures)

Steps Method 1 of 4: Making the Legs a Sock Monkey Step 1.360p.mp4 00:00 00:06 00:06 spaceplay / pauseescstopffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster (latest Chrome and Safari)←→seek . seek to previous 12…6 seek to 10%, 20%, …60% 1Find two clean socks.

How to Make a Sock Monkey: 20 steps (with pictures)

The best ones will be ones with heels and toes in contrasting colors to the rest of the sock. One sock will be used to make the body, legs, and head, and the other will used to make the arms, tail, face, and ears. These monkeys were traditionally made with “Rockford Red Heel Socks.” Method 2 of 4: Making the Body and Head a Sock Monkey Step 7.360p.mp41Turn the sock right-side out and stuff the entire thing. Method 3 of 4: Making the Arms, Tail, and Ears 1Cut the second sock into sections as shown. 8Attach the arms to either side of the body. Sock Monkey.

Gosh… I am supposed to sew some thing for the Earth Month this April, but I can’t wait to sew these sock monkeys.

Sock Monkey

My hands simply took over my head and see what I did after a few days and nights of sewing…. a house full of sock monkeys!!!! Sock Monkey. These instructions for a sock monkey pattern show you how to make a classic sock monkey with a step by step tutorial.

Sock Monkey

Easy to make sewing project with lots of pictures. What you need pair of socks sewing machine buttons (just two for the eyes) ruler pens scissors stuffing pins needle and thread Instructions All that we need: Sock Monkey – What you need We start by making the body and legs of the monkey.