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Doctor Who, Felt
Every Whovian needs a companion, and what better companion then the amazing K-9.

Posted by niny512 from McMinnville, Oregon, United States • Published See niny512's 29 projects »
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  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 1
    Step 1

    I started this project by cutting out my pieces from light grey, dark grey, and red felt.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 2
    Step 2

    Next I used No Sew Glue to glue the top panel and the side panels to the pieces. I also glued the red buttons onto the top panel.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 3
    Step 3

    I used light grey embroidery thread to add a square detail to one side panel then sewed around the bottom panel to add some texture.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 4
    Step 4

    I placed the top panel right side in against the side panel then sewed them together. I did the same for the bottom panel and also added K-9 to the side.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 5
    Step 5

    I finished sewing the other side panel to the body, here in this picture everything is inside out.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 6
    Step 6

    After turning the body right side out I was concerned that the bottom would not stay flat so I cut out a small piece of cardboard and glued it into the bottom.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 7
    Step 7

    I let the glue dry for a bit, but wasn't worried about it being completely dry before continuing.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 8
    Step 8

    After I added the filling I realized that the to wasn't laying flat either.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 9
    Step 9

    I took the stuffing out and glued in another piece of cardboard then re-added the filling.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 10
    Step 10

    I decided to cut out some smaller squares of felt in blue, yellow, and green then glued them to the top panel. I set this piece aside to let the glue dry some of the pieces moved around a bit without my realizing it but it still looks good.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 11
    Step 11

    While the glue dried I sewed the head together using the two head pieces and the strip I cut to add the width to the head.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 12
    Step 12

    I attached the front panel to the neck leaving a hole in the front panel that the neck piece went into.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 13
    Step 13

    Here is the hole for the neck.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 14
    Step 14

    I put a little glue onto four toothpicks then stuck them through the hole in the panel.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 15
    Step 15

    I also glued a dark grey strip around the neck.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 16
    Step 16

    Then I glued the red visor onto the head piece.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 17
    Step 17

    I used black puffy paint to add the nose detail and the detail to the visor.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 18
    Step 18

    While all the paint and glue were drying I cut anther toothpick in half.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 19
    Step 19

    I stuck the flat side of the toothpick into black acrylic paint then set it aside to dry.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 20
    Step 20

    Back to the head piece I put No-Sew Glue onto the other end of the toothpicks.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 21
    Step 21

    Then I pushed the toothpicks into the body piece. I used the toothpicks so that the head would stay in the position I wanted it to rather then drooping. Then I sewed the front panel to the body.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 22
    Step 22

    I took another toothpick and cut off the tips then painted them grey. I just put the paint on my finger and rolled the toothpick around until it was coated.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 23
    Step 23

    Next I glued a small circle to the flat side of the toothpick.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 24
    Step 24

    Then I glued another circle to the other side, I made two of these for the "ears".

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 25
    Step 25

    The black paint had dried so I pushed the sharp tip into my table to flatten it a bit, then put a dot of glue onto the black paint.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 26
    Step 26

    I cut a tiny slit into the back panel and stuck the toothpick into the slit, this is the tail.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 27
    Step 27

    I painted the rest of the tail dark grey, then used black paint to make a small circle around the area where the tail is.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 28
    Step 28

    I decided to add a white dot to the nose using another toothpick (made a nice small dot).

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 29
    Step 29

    I used dark grey embroidery thread to add some details to the "ear" pieces.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 30
    Step 30

    Add a small dot of glue.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 31
    Step 31

    Then I cut a small slit into the head to push the toothpicks into.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 32
    Step 32

    Let everything dry.

  • How to make a Doctor Who plushie. K 9 - Step 33
    Step 33

    Here is a view of the bottom.

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