Dachshund sleep toy

What could be nicer than doing something with your own hands for your own child? Especially when a homemade thing brings joy to a child. This article will explain how to sew a cute toy for sleeping. You will need: - soft-touch fabric (bike, felt, flannel, knitwear or something similar) in any color measuring 40x50 cm; - velvet or black leatherette 5x2.5 cm; - threads (colors of the main fabric and colors of the opposite to it), needle; - a filler for a toy. To begin with, we draw the outline of a future toy on a newspaper sheet. Then we cut it out and, attaching it to the fabric and securing it with pins, draw it with a special marker for the fabric or with ordinary soap. Cut out the two halves of the "body" of the toy dog. For the ears on the fabric we draw four contours, cut them out.
 Toy for sleep
We sew the patterns of the calf among themselves from the wrong side. You should not sew everything up to the end, in one place we leave a small unstitched hole for the subsequent filling with the previously selected filler.
A toy for sleeping
We turn the sewn base for a toy calf on the front side. Then we stuff a toy (tightly, but not tightly) and carefully sew a hole.
 A toy for sleeping
We begin sewing the ears. To do this, we take two patterns of the ears and sew them from the seamy side along the edge. We leave a small area unstitched, in order to turn the ears on the front side. We turn, sew unstitched section, sew to the head.
A toy for sleeping
Then we sew a nose from a black fabric (or leatherette). We embroider the closed sleeping eyes, cilia and claws on the paws with coarse thread.
Toy for sleeping
Everything, a toy for sleep," Dachshund "is ready. For decoration, you can sew patches of bright fabric on the toy, attach a bow or make a cover on the back.
 The toy for a dream
During stuffing the filler can also be put a mint or linen bag in the dog's head ormotherwort - for the best sleep of the child.
 Dachshund toy for sleep

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