Soft toy - giraffe
Children always need a lot of toys. Since babies are not able to show interest in one thing for a long time, parents often have to invent new ways to maintain their attention. Otherwise, children will start to be interested in household chemicals, dishes, tableware, climbing into sockets and other dangerous places. Of course, not everybody can buy toys every day, therefore handicrafts will be the best solution to this problem. You can also make funny animals, toys, helicopters, dolls with your own hands, especially if you use the remnants of various fabrics and not buy new things every time.Here's a giraffe, for example, made of thick yellow stretch (trimmed with summer jeans), brown leather residue and full of padding polyester.first draw a sketch onpaper and cut it.Then we outline the paper blank on the fabric, cut out with a small allowance for the seam (up to 5 mm) and apply to the whole piece of fabric.In order for the toy to turn out normal and undeformed, it is better to sew a figured detail exactly like that, otherwise there is a risk of mixing and inconsistency of parts (especially if the fabric stretches).As you sew on, you can immediately trim off excess fabric.Stitches should be very small (especially on the head, there are a lot of" turns "), otherwise when inverting, the seams will not have smooth and rounded transitions.With the wrong side, we sew the head, neck, legs, leaving the back and tail area intact. text-align: center; ">On the back we place three strips of brown leather (can be replaced with a thin satin ribbon) and sew them together with a cloth. Ties must be threaded inside the product, leaving only small "tails" outside.
Eyes can be made from black identical buttons.