Sewing Monster Stuffies
What you'll learn
During this class, Luci Ayyat will walk you through all the steps to create some adorable monster stuffies. You will learn to use plastic clear templates, to make some messy stitches, how to insert plastic safety eyes, and finally, the sewing technique to close the monster stuffy. The final product will bring joy to your kids, and you can create multiple toys because all the information you get in this class can be used as a base for your next sewing projects. This class includes a sewing pattern for you to download.
Materials and tools used in this class
Sewing machine or needle and thread for hand sewing
Sharp fabric scissorsView on Amazon
Utility Scissors for cutting thin template plasticView on Amazon
Strong thread for upholstery, buttons & carpet.View on Amazon
Long Doll needleView on Amazon
Fabric marking pen or chalkView on Amazon
Sharpie® marker to create templateView on Amazon
2 pieces 9” x 12” fabrics for front and back (new or upcycled works well)
1 piece of contrast fabric size 4” x 6” for tummy and face (felt, knits, fleece)
2 plastic safety eyes for stuffed toys (or buttons if you prefer)View on Amazon
Polyester stuffingView on Amazon
Template material (clear plastic report cover, clear cutting mat, or quilters template plastic all work)
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This class has 8 sessions (35m)
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In this class, Lucy informs you about the tools and supplies you will need for making these monster stuffies.Included
In this lesson, Lucy will teach you how to create a plastic template for the doll, instead of using the paper one, which is more difficult to use.
In this class, Lucy will teach you how to reuse fabrics and give old clothes that you don't need anymore a fresh new purpose.
In this class step, you can learn from Lucy how to mark and stitch the face and tummy, the very first step into creating your monster stuffy!
In this class, Lucy will walk you through the next step, marking and stitching the body seams. Your monster stuffy is almost done!
At this step, your work is almost done! You can learn from Lucy how to cut the monster shape and turn the product inside out.
The final step is here! In this class, Lucy will teach how to stuff your monster doll and stitching in a unique way!
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Hey Folks! I'm Luci at Ballyhoo Creations and I create dolls that can be stitched with an embroidery machine. Sewing has been my hobby for decades. I also create sewing patterns and stitched project videos to inspire all levels of sewists.