Or how to make a little fun of the problem
Many people know that gloves often lose their pair. And it is a lonely glove in the dresser because we hope to someday find my other glove, and justice. Fortunately, there is admirable solution to this problem.
With a few tools, thread, wool and a touch of magic you aged and single glove into an at any time joyful chipmunk!
- One Brown glove (I have two),
- Two thick pipe cleaners (cut 1 in half),
- Thin yarn or embroidery thrad (dark brown, white, orange, brown, black),
Flip the glove inside out, draw lines with the fabric pen as directed in the picture 2, and cut with scissors. After securing each part with a pin, sew along the dotted lines, approximately 3 mm from the seam with brown thread.
Flip each part right-side out. Bend all 3 pipe cleaner pieces unto U shapes, and insert the 2 shorter pieces into the legs and the longer piece into the tail. Insert stuffing around the pipe cleaners in the legs and tail, as well as into the body, head, and arms. Do not stuff the ears.
Use a running stitch and sew the body, arms, and tail, leaving a 5 mm border from the opening. Next, fold the opening inside, and sew the gathered area shut.
Now you know, how to make a Chipmunk from glove 🙂
Fold the back of the head in the following order: left, right, bottom, then top (like a caramel-candy wrapper), and sew shut.
Gather the openings of the ears together, and insert them onto the back of the head because sew together.
Use a backstitch to create stitching with white thread down the middle of the tail. Create the same backstitch in orange and dark brown 1 cm on either side of the white stitching. As a result, we get a great tail!
Wow, there are very few
Sew the head, arms, and tail onto the body. You already like?
Use black thread for the eyes, and sew on the wooden bead for the nose. To complete, bend the legs to create feet and bend the tail.
Hooray, your Chipmunk is ready and wants to play!