This is always free of charge. Oh say can you say dinosaur pdf your files with the cloud! Hi, I’m Jean and I am so glad you’re here! This is where I get to share my latest crafty creations and sewing projects.
I’m no expertjust trying to make the world around me prettier and happier. I hope to inspire and encourage you to sew, craft, create something fun for you or a loved one. As a stay-at-home mom to 3 boys under 4, I am stretched and tired, but this is my space to share creative joy. I used soft minky fabric that I got from Joann’s, but you can use whatever fabric you have on hand.
2 rectangular pieces approximately 6. Print and cut out template. Note: We will be mainly working with one of the pieces of fabric first. This way, you will be able to see where to pin and sew your ribbon pieces.
Pin your ribbon pieces in place. Make sure the loops are facing inward. Trace the “hump” part again so that you can see where you will be sewing. Trace the outline of the dinosaur on the wrong side of fabric.
Use the curve that you sewed in previous step as a guide to line up the hump of the dinosaur. I used a brad for the eye and embroidery floss for the mouth.
Now we will be needing that second piece of fabric. Now with right sides of fabric facing each other, pin the two layers together. Make sure to leave an opening where you will be flipping the dinosaur right side out.
4″ seam allowance, but rather I sew along the traced outline itself. Make sure to leave enough fabric where the opening is so that you will be able to sew it closed. Flip right side out very carefully.
It might be a bit tight, but as C-bub would say “don’t get fustrated, mommy”. Use a slip stitch to close the opening.
Here is a good tutorial on slip stitching. I was going to give Stego to my friend’s baby, but C-bub loves it and has made it his own. I guess these taggie toys are great for kids of all ages! Oh I love this too!