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Sew: Sock Monkey & Other Sock Animals

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Tutorial: Sock Elephant - Flickr. Sock Owl. Hoot!

Sock Owl

Hoot! Hoot! Sock Penguin. Inspired by the little penguins I encountered in Australia, here is my version of sock penguin.

Sock Penguin

This penguin measures about 7 1/2″ tall and it can stand firmly on a flat surface by itself. It is a great gift to sew, be it as softie toy, hanging ornament, or merely for display. Get the pattern and tutorial to sew one soon. Sock Bear. Gadgets.

Sock Bear

Sock Bear Craft. You can make personalized bean bag bears for everyone you know using a sock and a few other supplies.

Sock Bear Craft

Just remember, this toy is not for young kids who like to put things in their mouth. Age Guideline: 6 Years and Up Time Required: 30 minutes (Does not include drying time) The above age and time guidelines are estimates. This project can be modified to suit other ages and may take more or less time depending on your circumstances. Materials Needed: Instructions: Start out by filling the sock about 3/4 full of beans or rice.

You can now use felt to cut out arms, legs, and ears. Sew A Sock Kitty {Tutorial} I wanted to try sewing sock plushies since months ago but keep on postponing due to my long craft lists and ideas, until I saw Brenda of KrafteeBee posted her long ear sock cat, Gumbo, I can’t resist for not asking her to guest post in Craft Passion.

Sew A Sock Kitty {Tutorial}

I want to share with you how to sew sock plushies while I learn from her!!! Brenda, who is also known as Sweetee Bee in KrafteeBee blog is a working mum with 2 lovely 20 month-old twins, Aiden and Caileigh, twins! TWINS? Yes, TWINS!!! How astonishing that she can handle both of them, yet, work and craft at the same time!!!! Sock Lion (Single Sock)

Sewing sock toys are easy, take my word, yes, it is easier than you anticipate.

Sock Lion (Single Sock)

This is the 4th sock toys designed and created in Craft Passion, I can foresee that I am going to design more in the future. On top of the famous sock monkey, the 2 little cute sock bunny 1 and sock bunny 2, this time I am venturing into sewing a miserable looking Sock Lion with a single sock. I have gotten this idea after seeing a comment that Jacodi left, she wants to make one for her brother’s birthday. Hope this tutorial is still in time for her to sew. Sock Lion. You probably have seen the single-sock sock lion and could be already sewed some of them, here is another version of sock lion, his name is “Shimba”.

Sock Lion

Shimba uses a pair of socks to sew, it is bigger in size with longer arms, feet and body. I have got the inspiration of making the sock lion in this size from my popular sock monkey tutorial, which has received many lovely comments from all over the world. Sock Monkey & Sock Raccoon DIY. Sock monkeys are a classic and super adorable project.

Sock Monkey & Sock Raccoon 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. How to Make a Sock Monkey. Printable Sock Monkey Instructions.

How to Make a Sock Monkey

Free Sock Monkey Pattern. 1. 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!!!! Do you love them? I have seen a lot of sock monkey photos hanging around friends’ photo albums in many photo sharing websites, so envy. These sock monkeys are so cute and so adorable that I would want to hug one, I bet my kids would love to have them to accompany too when mommy is busy with works. Therefore, I went out to shop for some socks thinking that may be 4 to 5 pairs should be enough, I ended up with 20 pairs of colorful socks, simply can’t resist for not buying ;-) . …. Sock Bunny. Droopy Ear Sock Bunny. As promised in my previous sock bunny sewing tutorial, here comes the kawai-i version – the “Droopy Ear Sock Bunny”. This bunny can sits on its own, it is great as toy for kid and as well as for home decoration. Hope you like it and made some for your loved ones.

Sock Bunny Softies. With spring just around the corner, what little one wouldn’t squeal with delight upon receiving one of these adorable bunny softies? 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. A Sock Bunny (A Tutorial. Move over sock monkey! These little sock bunnies are so easy and cute! All you need is some nice knee high socks and some simple sewing supplies. I sewed mine on a machine but they can be easily hand stitched too! So cute as a gift or to stuff an Easter basket! Boo will be so excited to see these in her basket: If you are making them for a child under the age of 3, just stitch eyes on instead of using buttons so that there won’t be a choking hazard.

I bought these cute knee high socks at Target for $2.50 a piece. Step 1: Cut the foot of one of the socks right down the middle, but don’t cut all the way to the heel. Step 2: Cut the other side of the sock down the middle as shown. How-to: Socktopus. Socktopuses - Flickr. Sock Skeleton. I think this is the most spooky cute handmade I have ever made … ha ha ha… Even I feel eerie watching them sitting there….

Welcome the Mr. & Mrs Skeleton!!! [More pictures in the gallery] Let them startle your guests when they come for trick or treating!!! You might be interested to make the pumpkin and the spider from pom pom as well and set them up in a corner of your door step, and Boo ooo ooo ooo ooo !!! I was searching for Halloween decoration ideas when I stumbled upon Martha Stewart website and found the basic sock skeleton (aka the Mr. So, there I was, cast my first trial, it was really an easy-peasy job. By the way, before jumping to the how-to, I have a story to tell…. {Get full details on .} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: More Interesting Posts: [These are links to external sites.] Sock Animal & Monster Tutorial Links - Yarn-or-Fabric. Sock Animals: Free Patterns & Tutorials: Monkeys, Puppies, Pigs & More. Best Socks Crafts Ideas.