Turn a drawstring bag into a cute monster
I made this bag out of some fur I had leftover from making raver boot-covers and a length of cord.
I used a single sheet of fur and hid the vertical seam at the back.
Adding a pair of eyes (I used cat-style ones), and some felt extras for ears and paws, turned it from a cute bag, into a little monster.
The idea was taken from the decorated bags made by Dice Goblins
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You'll need a strip of fur twice as wide as you want your bag, and about an inch taller. Plus a little extra for hems and seams.
Check the nap of the fur before cutting out
Rearange the bag so that the sea you sewed in step 3 is facing you. This is going to be the back of the bag.
Poke any feet/paws through the hole at the bottom, accounting for where they will be when the bag is turned right-side out, and sew the bottom shut.
This bit can be a bit fiddly. Felt and fur don't play well together!