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The mouth will be larger and will open wider, but it will not be as flexible or able to make different facial expressions. indd 32 (Text) (Fogra 39)Job:05-41209 Title:CPI-The Ultimate Sock Puppet Book #175 Dtp:225 Page:32 18/5/14 5:09 pm 18/5/14 5:06 pm 001-144_412 001-144_412 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 Trace stencil A onto soft felt and cut out shape. 2 Cut stencil B along cut line. Trace both top and bottom halves onto stiff felt with chalk. Cut out shapes. 3 Align the top half of the stiff felt shape with the top edge of the soft felt shape.
Directions Eyes can be made even more expressive by adding eyelids and eyelashes. Something as simple as changing the size of an eyelid can alter the personality of your puppet. Large brush lashes and heavy lids will make your puppet appear sleepy or grumpy, while shorter lids will make the eye appear more open and lively. 1 Sewing carefully around the perimeter of each piece, attach the eye parts to the sock one at a time. small parts, sew very slowly using the handwheel. 5 cm) circles. Make both circles match.
If sewing: Fold the unsewn edge of the inner ear forward and pin it to the sock in the desired place (c). Fold the unsewn edge of the outer ear backward and pin it to the sock (d). Remove the sock from your hand and sew a seam, attaching the front fold to the sock. Repeat with the back fold. Remove pins (e). 6 Trim threads and excess fabric as needed. 54 Th e U lT i maT e S oc k P U PP e T B oo k 3a if sewing: Using stickpins or a few drops of hot glue, secure the inner ear to the outer ear (b).