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WinterPupxo06-14-2011 02:38 PM

(JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Welcome To Abby & Co.!
Where Your Old Buddie can become good as NEW!

Welcome! I'm Abby. This thread is about repairing you well loved webbies. From washing to sewing, it's easy as pie!
By the way guys, we need a banner! If you'd like, you can make me one! (: Just PM or comment on my profile the link to the banner.

Lesson 1: Flimsy Neck Repair
http://i51.tinypic.com/14ca5ww.jpg
Supplies you'll be needing:
-Scissors
-Straws
-Sewing Kit (needles and thread)
-Scrap Webkinz (a webkinz that you don't want anymore)


Step 1:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02470.jpg
Cut off any extra strings/imperfections on your patient.

Step 2:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02473.jpg
Once your finished with that, cut a hole in the back of your webbies neck.

Step 3:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02476.jpg
Next, get your scrap webkinz. Cut a hole in it's stomach and grab as much fluff/stuffing out of it as you can.


Step 4:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02477.jpg
Now, put as much fluff as you can (not as you can, leave space) into the patient's neck.


Step 5:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02480.jpg
Now, cut the straws. Make it small enough that it can fit in your hand. Then, slide it into the patient's neck. Continue untill you can't fit anymore in.

Step 6:
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02486.jpg
Now gather your needle and thread and tie it on the needle. Grab the ends of the hole on the patient's neck and start sewing.

Step 7: (final)
http://i1083.photobucket.com/albums/...o/DSC02488.jpg
Congrats, you're finished! Your webbies neck should be as sturdy as a tree. Come back later for more tutorials!

reserved :D

Packerdan06-14-2011 03:33 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Is there a way to fix a flimsy neck W/out using a scrap webkinz? My Emperor Dragon, Glaedr, looks like he is always licking his chest, but I don't want to use stuffing from another of my webbies.

WinterPupxo06-14-2011 03:43 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Packerdan (Post 23667334)
Is there a way to fix a flimsy neck W/out using a scrap webkinz? My Emperor Dragon, Glaedr, looks like he is always licking his chest, but I don't want to use stuffing from another of my webbies.

Yep, there sure is! Just use some old clothes from clothes that you outgrew, etc. You can use pretty much anything, just make sure its a fluffy fabric :thumbup:

11bloom1106-15-2011 12:45 AM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Nice guide!
BTW, do you know how to make a webbies legs stand straight? I have a kangaroo and her legs can't stand right, they always go somehow back and the kangaroo looks like its sleeping on her tummy.

FBmom06-15-2011 08:15 AM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
On the fluff situation, you can also buy the fluff/stuffing at most fabric and some craft stores.

WinterPupxo06-15-2011 10:30 AM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 11bloom11 (Post 23672890)
Nice guide!
BTW, do you know how to make a webbies legs stand straight? I have a kangaroo and her legs can't stand right, they always go somehow back and the kangaroo looks like its sleeping on her tummy.

You can do the same with the neck, or just add more fluff. Or, even if you don't want to cut it open, just shift the fluff already inside it :D If you need any other help, PM me.

BloomingRose06-15-2011 01:13 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
:zebra: Isnt the poor little pig retieried? It would be much more valuble if it wasn´t a scrap.

hugged06-15-2011 01:51 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
OMG! You ripped that Pig's guts out! And you tore that Dragon's neck open! Ahh!!! LOL. Cool tips.

WinterPupxo06-15-2011 03:39 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by BloomingRose (Post 23676557)
:zebra: Isnt the poor little pig retieried? It would be much more valuble if it wasn´t a scrap.

Lol, it isn't retired. It's one of the most common webkinz, I have like 6 of them xD

pikachukick90006-15-2011 06:37 PM

Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
 
How do you clean your Webbies? My old Alley Cat, Alley, has been dirty ever since I got her.


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