Jaime Whitley Pillow November 30th, 2018 - 04:26:25
Make to Disney room decoration ideas. I will be showing you how to make a stitch dream: catcher and a Minnie Mouse pillow. The first DIY I'm going to show you how to make is a stitch, dreamcatcher you're going to need a hoop. I use the hoop ermine embroidery hoop, but you can use whatever you want. You'll also need blue yarn. You want to tie the end of the yarn into a nut on the hoop and make sure you leave some extra yarn from the nut because you're going to need it later for the hook so that dream catch. You can hang on a wall now you can wrap the yarn tightly all the way around the hoop like how I did here. If you make a ball out of the yarn, it will be easier for you to wrap the yarn on the hoop once you've wrapped the yarn all the way around the hoop. You can cut off the yarn, you don't need, then you can tie the yarn. You were wrapping with tween the extra yarn from the knot you tied earlier together into a knot. Then you can make a loop and tie another knot like how I did here and you want to cut off any of the extra yarn you don't need.
This is the hook of the dreamcatcher, so it can hang on a wall. You want something like this now you want to take some more yarn and tie the end of the yarn into a nut onto the hoop. You want to make a loop with the yarn, then you want to go around the hoop and you want to pull the yarn through the loop, and you also want to tighten the loop. You want to continue the loops until you go around the hoop once when you're done going around the hoop the first time you want to continue your loops on the yarn instead of the hoop you'll continue going around the hoop until you get to the center of the web of the dreamcatcher, or until you like how the web looks once you get to where you want to dreamcatcher the stop. You want to tie a knot on the web and where you want the web to stop. You also want to cut off the extra yarn you don't want now you want to jaw and cut out a template of stitches ear. You can make one ear and you can use a template for both ears. Now you can trace the first ear on a blue piece of cardstock paper over the pencil for the second ear. You can flip the template over and trace it again. You can also draw the cut, that's in stitches, ear in a different place like how I did, or you can have it in the same place as the first year after you're done making your ears. You want to cut out the ears when you're done cutting out your ears. You want to trace both of the blue ears on purple cardstock paper. Now you want to draw where the inner part of stitches ear would be on the purple ears. You made, you can look at a picture of stitch, so you know where to draw the inner part of stitches ear.
Then you want to cut out the inner part of the ears out of the purple paper when you're done cutting out your ears. You want to go the purple part of the ears onto the blue part of the ears. If the purple and the blue parts of the ears don't match up, you can trim the ears to fix that and you can erase any of the pencil markings off the ears. Now you can glue the ears onto the size of the dreamcatcher, like how I did here and make sure the ears line up before putting them onto the dreamcatcher you're, probably going to need to hold the ears in place. So they don't pull off or you can put something underneath of the ears into the glue dries when the glue is dry and put anything that you want onto the dreamcatcher like ripping our feathers, I put ribbon, you did string enlace onto mine, I flipped the dreamcatcher Over and then I put them on by folding them in half, then I put it under the hoop and I pulled the tails of each one through the loop. You can do what I did or you can just tie them on. Instead. The last thing you can do is that you can hang it onto a wall and trim off anything that you don't want on the dreamcatcher.
The next DIY, I'm going to show you how to make is a Minnie mouse pillow for this pillow you're going to need to cut out two squares or any shape out of any color of the fabric. You can also use a pillow. That's already been made. You want to put the right sides of the fabric on top of each other. Then you want to pick up a top layer of fabric and put glue on the edge of the bottom layer of fabric. Then you can put the top layer of fabric into the glue and then you can carefully press the fabric together. You want to do this all the way around the edge of the fabric, but make sure you leave an opening, so you can flip it inside out later. You can also sew the fabric together instead and if you're, using a glue gun to put the pillow together, be very careful because the glue is hot. When the glue is dry or when you're done sewing, you can flip the pillow inside out, then you can suck the pillow when you're done stuffing the pillow. You can close the opening by folding each side of the opening, and then you can put glue in between each side and close it shut. You can also sew it shut. You want something like this for the Minnie Mouse part at the pillow, you can print or draw out a template of a silhouette of Minnie Mouse.