Sew a Harold Speculex Sock Puppet
Harold is one of the three Super Speculex Bros, all so different but with a mutual love of, and dependence upon, glasses. Harold is also an amateur scientist (holding patents in applied flying burrito technologies and experimental aeronautics). His eyeglasses expertise encompasses the complex science of spectacles as well as the science behind eyes and perception. Ladies fall for him like bricks off a bridge, and he’s left a trail of broken hearts longer than a line at the post office.
Harold Speculex is the consummate sock puppet with eyeglasses. His techniques apply across a wide array of styles, demonstrating how the eyeball is not always attached right to the head, a notion that isn’t obvious…
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Once the sock is reversed, add the oval of blue sticky felt for the mouth interior, cut to be slightly smaller than the cardboard oval, and put a large amount of head fluff in the top for structure.
EYEGLASSES: From blue craft foam, cut out two 1 in (2.5 cm) circles and “hollow” out ¾ in (2 cm) openings (see pattern). Edge the interior and exterior with a slight “edge in.” Cut out two small circles of white paper, sized to fit the hollowed-out openings. Carefully glue each white circle inside the hollowed-out openings. Using a black marker, add a black dot to the center of each eyeball. Using the same blue craft foam, cut out a very small ½ in
(13 mm) long glasses bridge and edge the sides and a touch in. Again using blue craft foam, following the pattern, cut out the 2 in (5cm) glasses arms, also edging slightly. Glue the two main eyeholes via the small bridge. Glue the glasses arms so that they point toward the back of the head, applying just a drop of glue and holding in place. Glue the full glasses/eyes so that the bottom of the lenses sit just atop the mouth.
Now get ready to be stunned by Harold’s all-too-complete knowledge of your eyeballs. Don’t worry, he’ll take the edge off by making you the best burrito ever. Don’t get too close, ladies!