Snail

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You can sew from almost any material:

  • From
  • Chintz
  • Flax
  • Calico
  • Fleece
  • Silk 

In general, from which it is not a pity and what is at hand.

However, remember that crumbling fabrics are more difficult to work with than do not crumble.

  1. First, we cut and sew the body of the snail.
  2. I just bent a piece of fleece, on one of the resulting halves, I traced a pattern, peeled with needles (so that the fabric did not budge), and then stitched, leaving a hole on the back for eversion.
  3. Then the detail of the body of the snail should be cut off, leaving a small allowance for the seam.
  4. Now you need to turn out the corpuscle of the snail, fill it through the hole in the back, and the hole is better to be sewn immediately.
  5. Sew the details of the shell house (except the bottom cut).
  6. We turn out and immediately fill the snail (otherwise it will be much more difficult then!).
  7. Sew a small house - a shell to the body of a snail (it is better to fix it beforehand with needles, and then slowly sew, removing needles).
  8. On request, the shell can be decorated with beads, sequins, buttons, ribbons, various stripes
  9. Eyes can be painted or embroidered
  10. On the neck we tie a bow
I just bent a piece of fleece, on one of the resulting halves, I traced a pattern, peeled with needles (so that the fabric did not budge), and then stitched, leaving a hole on the back for eversion.