By Amy Butler
Celebrated dressmaker Amy Butler brings her clean, glossy type to the undying craft of stitching. during this lavishly illustrated number of styles, she offers greater than 25 captivating initiatives starting from comfortable ground cushions to clever aprons to classy purses. Lush pictures encourage, whereas how-to illustrations and easy textual content (minus the complicated stitching lingo) make it a cinch to accomplish fantastically complete initiatives. additionally, Amy deals considerate tips about discovering and treating new or classic materials, an easy-to-navigate options part, and a thesaurus and source consultant at again. no matter if it's stylish placemats and napkins for the kitchen, a sumptuous kimono-style gown for the tub, or convenient organizer baskets for the house workplace Amy Butler's In Stitches makes it effortless to create appealing add-ons for each room and each temper.
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Poke at the base of the eyes to attach them over the shadow piece. Pointy the Starfish 4 49 moderate Woolbuddies I N C E U E the SHEEP Lucky for Eunice, she can needle felt all day long and never run out of wool! So get ready, because you’re about to connect lots of tiny balls of wool to make a roly-poly sheep. 5 oz/15 g gray wool (for the wool balls) 1 oz/30 g black wool (for the legs, underside, head, eyes, and ears) MAKING THE BODY WOOLBUDDIES 1 54 Take about one-sixth of the white wool and use your hands to roll it tightly into a thick egg shape.
Then, needle a few strands of black around the eyes to create shadows. 6 Place scraps of dark gray wool on a felting mat or other soft surface and shape the pieces into two triangles, leaving the roving loose on each bottom edge. Poke a pinch of white wool into the center of each ear. 7 9 10 Poke at the fluffy base to attach each ear at the top back of the head. MAKING THE TAIL AND ARMS Take a few strands of dark gray wool and create a flat, long shape for the tail. Leave the roving loose on one end and wrap a pinch of white wool around the other end for the tip.
Poke at the base of the eyes to attach them offset above the nose. ) For the ears, take two scraps of dark brown wool and place them on a foam block or other soft surface. Shape the wool pieces into two loose semicircles, leaving the roving loose on the bottom edge. Poke at the fluffy base of the ears to attach on either side of the head to finish. N T I Y O P the STARFISH Here’s fun times five! Pointy the Starfish is an easy project to do— you’ll learn to make a basic triangle shape and combine five of them to make your very own creature.