We Sew Keychain "Marsupial Moose"

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We Sew Keychain "Marsupial Moose"
We Sew Keychain "Marsupial Moose"

Video: We Sew Keychain "Marsupial Moose"

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Video: Sewing a little Moose from Felt | Gift idea for kids | DIY project 2023, February
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Author: Lena Nemtseva

I decided to make a small present and share with you a pattern and recommendations for sewing a marsupial deer or elk (as you like).

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So, for a deer we need:

  • artificial fur (terry cloth, microfiber),
  • cotton for legs-handles-heart and cotton for the horns and the front of the muzzle (flesh-colored, as an option, tint with a solution of coffee + cinnamon - a pleasant smell is guaranteed),
  • non-woven fabric,
  • pattern,
  • base for keychain,
  • button (it is possible without it),
  • scissors,
  • threads,
  • needles,
  • sintepon (holofiber),
  • acrylic paint for fabric,
  • your great mood!
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To begin with, we will seal the fabric with non-woven fabric, this is necessary so that the fabric (fur, if it is on a knitted basis) does not stretch and crumbles less.

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We transfer the pattern to the fabric (I transfer it with a fabric marker, you can use a pencil), fold the fabric for the handle legs in half with the front side inward.

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First, take care of the ears, fold the inner fabric of the ears and the outer one (the fur is like on the body) with the front sides to each other and sew, leaving a hole for turning out (you can sew with your hands with a “back needle” seam).

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Next, we cut out the bases for the face and calf, as well as the nose and heart, sew the heart on the front of the calf. I am sewing on a typewriter with a zig-zag seam in steps of 1.

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We work with darts! Attention!

We do not cut out darts, but fold and stitch along the line, then cut off the unnecessary edge. When cutting, you should observe pile direction… Swipe your palm and see where the fur lies. Place the parts in this direction so that the arrows on them look parallel to the pile down.

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Let's start with the arms. We sew, leaving a hole for turning out (only for the legs), we sew the handles around the entire perimeter (I will explain below why we did this), we sewed them, the handles were put aside, we only need the legs, we turn them out, iron them (in this case, I ironed at the end on a finished carcass).

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Now we turn to the body, we will sew the legs at once together with two parts of the body. To do this, fold the legs on the front part in this way (see photo), then fold the front parts inside the body part, combining the darts and stitching, leaving no holes, i.e. we sew completely around the perimeter. We do not leave holes on the sides for turning out, but cut it in place where the tail will subsequently be (for the body) and just above the dart on the head (this place the head will be sewn to the body). Thus, the toy will have a neat appearance and the seams will not be visible. After the two parts have been stitched together with the legs, carefully using nail scissors on the back side (where the tail will be) cut a hole through which we turn out the little body.

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So: the little body is ready, we are great

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We sew the nose to the front of the head, we act in the same way as with the body, this also applies to the undercuts.

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And so we moved on to the horns, since the part is very small, and it is not possible to turn it out (maybe someone will succeed), I decided to do the following, transferred the pattern to the front part (folded in half) and sewed it right on the front part, left it a hole for stuffing, stuffed, then cut out along the contour, retreating a couple of mm.

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The most crucial moment comes - sewing on the horns. We act in the same way as with the legs, we sweep the horns to the front, as shown in the photo. We sew the connecting ring for the keychain immediately at the same time from the back and front of the head (it's more convenient for me, you can sew a ring on a ready-made animal).

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We also sew the head along the contour, cut a hole for turning out on the back of the head with scissors, just above the dart.

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We turn it out, stuff it (you don't need to stuff it to a stone state, it should be nice to hold the toy in your hands), sew up the holes with a blind seam.

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Now let's take care of the butt:) Cut out an oval, trim it in a circle, fill it a little with padding polyester and sew it with a blind seam to the place where we made a hole for turning out, so the seam is hidden by the tail.

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Sew the head to the body, sew the ears to the head with a blind stitch.

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What are we clever girls (you can't praise yourself, as they say)?

It remains to sew the handles, draw the eyes, brown the cheeks. This is what we will do.

We take out our handles stitched along the entire contour, make a small incision and turn it out. We sew half of the handle to the body with a secret seam, the lower part of the handle protrudes.

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Drawing a pug? With a thin brush (I use a synthetic brush 00 or 1) we put dots - these will be our eyes, if you wish, you can draw a mouth with blush or pastel crayons or oil paints (if with oil paints, then the brush must first be wiped well on rags and with an almost semi-dry brush) do cheeks. You can put glare (white dots) on the eyes. I also tint the horns with brown oil paint.

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We attach the keychain and admire. What good fellows you are! ?

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Well, and the most important thing is the pattern! We save it to our desktop, print it on A4 sheet or redraw the size you need from the screen (ready-made elk about 10 cm - without horns, 13-14 cm - with horns).

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