Halloween Friends Hand Puppets: 3 Sewing Patterns
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Join the designer to stitch up some colorful Halloween hand puppets for children!
To make these patterns user-friendly for seamstresses around the world, all of the patterns include the measurements in Imperial and Metric. Tips on how to work with felt are provided along with detailed cutting and sewing instructions.
Project One is a friendly monster named Malcolm. His neon green face, black hair, hand-embroidered face, button eyes, and metal button neck bolts will make any youngster smile.
Project Two is a colorful pumpkin hand puppet named Polly or Patrick. With black buttons added for eyes, nose, and a broad smile, this pumpkin becomes a jack-‘o-lantern. Hand-embroidered vertical lines add texture to this Halloween friend. Two options are included to personalize the puppet even more.
Project Three is a sweet black cat named Casey. With three-dimensional ears and hand-embroidered whiskers and mouth, Casey will delight youngsters. As the perfect finishing touch, Casey’s collar is made out of bright rickrack with a small bell attached.
These are the perfect beginning projects to get your child or teen started on sewing their own crafts!
Stitch up a set or two and let the good, old-fashioned fun begin.
Over one hundred and twenty-five of June McCrary Jacobs’s original sewing, quilting, and stitchery designs have been published in books, magazines, and on sewing industry blogs in the United States and the United Kingdom in the past decade-plus.