In this video featuring my Baby Bird sewing pattern, I’ll teach you how to align a tail into the body seam, and pinning and alignment tricks to getting symmetrical and professional seams. Make your own baby bird plush with my sewing pattern!
I’m thrilled to share with you all my first free machine embroidery patterns: Kawaii bunnies! These cute anime rabbits embroider out either separately or together. Use them to embellish all kinds of crafts! Filetypes: PES, JEF, HUS, DST (you can convert these to other files via www.embroiderydesigns.com You may not reproduce, freely distribute, trade, or sell these embroidery files. You are welcome to make
If you don’t have an embroidery machine, you can still make gorgeous eyes on your plush using the applique method on your sewing machine! You can use this technique to easily add cute faces to your Cat Roll plush: Materials needed: Sewing machine, ballpoint/stretch needle, non-fraying fabric such as felt or suede (or use “fray check” on fraying/shredding fabric), tear-away interfacing (I like to use
Learn how to make your animal plush have a turning head using plastic safety joints! Materials needed: Safety joint set a bit smaller than the diameter of the neck piece (just subtract seam allowance) – this should be 3 pieces: one stem, one washer, and one connector. If you are using my Chibi Lion pattern, 40-45mm) One plush head and body. The body should have
Hey plush artists! In this tutorial, I’ll be going over different kinds of plastic and glass eyes used in plushmaking. Should you use glass or plastic eyes for your project? Plastic eyes + Cheap + Lightweight + Safe for children 3+ – Inconsistent quality (find a good supplier) – Sometimes have different height Glass eyes + Handmade and high quality + Wire loop allows instant
Here’s an in-depth tutorial using 2 methods for how to add cute blushing cheeks on your plush faces! Method one: Chalk pastels (or soft pastels) This method is not permanent, and should not be used for plush that are going to be washed. Step 1: Prepare materials Chalk pastels/soft pastels (never use oil!), paper, brush, scrap fabric of the same color of your plush. Step
Here’s a quick thread sculpting tutorial, as featured in my Newborn Fox plushie sewing pattern ~ You can add dimension to the face by using thread to manipulate the shape of the face. I will be thread sculpting (also called needle sculpting) the eye sockets to pull the eyes back into the head a bit. This will give a very natural look to the face.