How to make Stuffed LettersProducing filled letters
these letters can even be made in s. Use simple shapes and simple stitches to create personalized alphabet blocks. Do it for the whole alphabet or just a word for a sign.
Producing filled felt names - needle and thread work
Which you' gonna do: Personalised presents are always welcome, and this colourful stuffed felt showing a child's name is a great present for new infants and children of all ages! Just like the colourful felt that is used to make a personalised present. This handicraft shows you how to slice, stitch and fill single felt letters and then join them together to make a light and happy personal tapestry that is ideal for the sleeping room doors, on the walls or above the manger.
Leave the kid to choose the felt colours and draw the letters. After all, anyone can have a good laugh filling the letters and picking a place to put the finished name! Except you are a fast channel or make a brief name, it is best to rely on this trade to devise a few letters at a stroke.
Apply the approx. 10 cm (4") high letters to the felt with a cloth pen or crayon. Bold and round the letters very much. And you can even use large letters to create a template from your computer. A two or three-letter letter will match a piece of land size printing work.
Place the felt on the print page and place it against a screen to follow the contours of each character. You can print out the entire script to have it at your fingertips the next times you find a name. Every envelope needs two identically cut-outs. Place or place two plies of felt on it together with the recorded character.
Sew the two plies together wrapped with a double yarn. Let a slit of 1" to 2" to fill in the filling. Conceal the knoted cocks in the note. Tip: Before you begin stapling a note, consider where you can best exit the filling opening. An opening in the centre of the long side, for example, is best for filling a large "E".
Carefully fill small quantities of toys into the letters with a pair of forceps or a chopstick to make them swollen, and then sew the sealed envelope to the end. For letters with pronounced twists, such as "S" or "M", it is simpler to fill a small amount while sewing around. Once all the letters are ready, choose how you want to connect them.
Work on the back of the letters and join the letters only where they connect. Simply attach the connected alphabet hanger to the walls with Blu-tak (kneadable glue spatula). You can also attach woollen thread bobbins to the first and last letters.