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I am making a replica of a velvety elephant, because my first webkinz was one. (She was the kind that doesn't have the fur like the marshmallow bunny). I don't really know how to make the head. Everytime I try, it turns out more like a flat circle, instead of a sphere. Can somebody help me? I really want to do this, but I don't want it to have a flat-Stanley head.
well first you make a circle then with a diff piece you make an ear that is like the elephant and then with another piece you make the trunk and then you make the eyes and things you want to do with it and tell me if it is good or bad or whatever ok hope it works
Try cutting the fabric like a figure 8, two circles joined for about 60 degrees.
Sew down both sides, leaving a hole at the bottom.
Stuff whatever into the head until it is sufficiently spherical.
Cover the stitches with the ears.
Where the hole was to stuff, is the neck that attaches to the body.
I hope that I understood your problem.
You probably know this, but after stitching down the sides but before stuffing, turn the head insiide-out.
This puts the edges of the fabric on the inside so it looks neater.
Last edited by Oldspring1; 07-07-2011 at 05:29 PM..
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