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Make No Sew Monster Dolls!
It's easy to make these no sew monster dolls with all of the terrific fabric glues out there!

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  • How to make a character plushie. No Sew Monster Dolls - Step 2
    Step 1

    Scrap fabrics
    E-6000 FabriFuse, Stitchless and Glue
    Heavy cotton fabric
    Allure in Gloss Black
    Americana Multi-Surface Satin in black, gray and red
    Faux fur, zippers, buttons and faux flowers
    Iron and Poly-fil

  • How to make a character plushie. No Sew Monster Dolls - Step 3
    Step 2

    1. & 2. Draw your pattern, pin it on folded fabric and cut
    3. Cut out two different sized eyes in a contrasting fabric
    4. Cut several pieces of fabric for the body and pink around the edges
    *To look like a funky shirt
    5. Trace around the eyes with a pencil
    6. Paint a shadow around the eyes with the multi surface in gray and red
    7. Cut 4 matching 2" x 3" sized squares for feet
    8. Cut two 4" x 10" pieces of fabric for the arms
    *I used a striped fabric for this
    9. & 10. Add E-6000 Stitchless to the back of all the pieces and iron in place
    11. & 12. Add more E-6000 Stitchless to the arm pieces leaving one end open for stuffing
    and then fold and iron
    *Your making long tubes like socks

  • Step 3

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  • How to make a character plushie. No Sew Monster Dolls - Step 4
    Step 4

    13. Pink the edges of the arms
    14. & 15 Add more Stitchless around the squares and iron together for the arms making sure
    to leave one side open
    16. Add E-6000 Fabrifuse around the edge of the bottom layer of the monster body leaving a 5" hole at the base (to allow stuffing) and then place the monster on top to dry
    17. Fabrifuse a heart on the body
    18. Use E-6000 Glue to add the button eyes
    *Make them kooky!
    19. 20. & 21. Use the Allure to add a stitched mouth, stitches around the heart and funky eyelashes
    22. Stuff the arms and feet and use Fabrifuse to glue the openings closed using clothespins to keep them in place while they dry
    23. Stitch on the arms and feet with needle and thread and a button
    14. Stuff the body with Poly-fil through the 5" opening and then stitch the hole closed

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