I actually used hot glue from a glue gun to make them.
Didn't use a pattern, no, just googled Coraline doll to see what other folks had done, watched the movie in slow mo to try to get everything perfect!
If I'd had a pattern, I probably wouldn't have screwed up her feet! hahaha
hmm no i think that must be a typo, there are only 2 large recs, sorry bout that!
I said consummate Vs! Consummate! But that's a sweet beefy arm growin' out the back of his neck there...like that.
Do you like my Trogdor cup cozee?
i made the key out of Sculpy :)
These are awesome! How are they to knit with? Does the added weight make it difficult to keep up your usual pace or anything?
You did such a great job, they look AWESOME!
Love the googly eyes
It's so cute! I love that print and the purple is to die for :)
Augh, just thought of this: I could have gotten some mints or mentos or something to be the white side!
Thanks so much for the compliment!
I just wish more people had known who I was!
I was joking that my costume was "Blue haired girl dressed for the elements"
gee willikers, thanks! :)
I melted them onto tinfoil I think...and I put them in the freezer for a bit to let them really cool off.
That is an awesome shirt!!!
Definitely making one for my friend, she's the bad witch and I'm totally Gah-linda :)
Enjoy the show, if you haven't seen it before, it's INCREDIBLE :D
Wow you did such a beautiful job, and the presentation is so pretty!!! :) Love the poem!
I vote yes to a tutorial!
I'm always nervous of making things with wire - I always end up doing it wrong and then the thing just stabs me in the neck/wrist/finger
This is a great cake! You should send it to http://cakewrecks.blogspot.com/ in case they ever do a Sunday Sweets about cars or Disney (make sure you say you hope it is a Sunday Sweet and not a Wreck!!)
awww shucks you're makin' me blush! :)
In the words of Horace Vandergelder..."I hate beets!"...but I definitely <3 your project!
hi Danyell, of course. I sent you a private message re: your question.
I loved that you used a romance novel, that is awesome hehehe
This project looks like it's a version of yours, but isn't listed as such http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/quilted_tee_blanket
Sings: How do you solve a problem like a plushie nun? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down?
These are awesome!!! :)
Yes it is, and thanks for reminding me to link to it but I am having trouble editing it now that it's published!
These are awesome!
The brown one is also my favorite :)
These are AMAZING!
You did such a beautiful job!
Please post the pattern, I would love to try my hand at one!
This is awesome!!! What a great idea!!
Yay! Zim! Good draw-er-ing! :)
Did you use a machine or hand sew it?
oooh maps, what a great idea!!
Hi Cat, what kind of glue did you use for the googly eyes? I tried using just regular white craft glue but they fall off! I'm afraid to use anything too strong in case it melts through the eyes and then the eyes won't wiggle anymore. Let me know what you can suggest, thanks!!
What a GREAT idea!
My sister adores snowmen so I am always looking for unique ways to fashion one for her!
Thanks for the idea! Brilliant!
This would be so awesome to give to my mom.
She always used to say the rhyme to us:
A wise old owl sat on an oak.
The more he heard, the less he spoke.
The less he spoke, the more he heard.
Why can't we be like that wise old bird?
Thanks for the comment KMOM14!
I was not only surprised how easy it was but how FAST - 1 hour!
One thing I will mention though, wrinkles do NOT come out of fleece easily so don't do what I did which is buy the end of the roll - the lines where it was against the cardboard didn't come out when I ironed it and I was afraid to go any hotter for fear of wreaking the fabric!
These are so cute! Well done!
hehehe no problem! anytime!
I hope your sister-in-law likes them!
I made the plushie last night and everyone at work LOVES it! I need to make a new one though because all my knots are on the wrong side, I got mixed up with what was going to be on the inside and outside while I was making it, oops!