Tuesday at Plush Camp

Well, the donuts and Oddballs were a success with the kids and they all managed to finish both projects while at the same time getting plenty of fresh air and exercise (thanks to the high school interns).

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The first project on Tuesday morning is a tiny little bear, just two inches tall.  The bear is one of the accessories found in the Oddball pattern from Monday,  Believe it or not, it is possible to add a tiny bit of stuffing to this guy.  I used perle cotton for the facial features and 2-strands of embroidery cotton to stitch the pieces together with very small stitches.

WP_001569The second project is from the book Cute Dolls: Let’s Make Stuff by Aronzi Aronzo!  This book is full of cute and very easy patterns for plush.  For this Spritekin I used fleece for the body and felt for the features.  All of it was hand sewn rather than machine stitched as described in the book.  Here he is holding a teddy bear.

 

My daughter and I agree that this fellow looks like a Kappa so she’ll be telling the kids about Kappas before class starts.

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