بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
والله هذا الفن ولا بلاش, منو يقول البنات ما منهم فايدة 😛
طا شحلات التصميم والدقة والله لو اطيح عليها هالبنية , اطلع من وراها ذهب 😀
تحت تلقون طريقة الخياطة بالتفصيل … يلله اشتغلوا سوو شي مفيد بحياتكم:P
My boys (husband included, but especially the boys!) are obsessed with the game Angry Birds. They like the game, but they really like to play a real life version they invented, where they chuck objects at each other. (Don’t worry! They use safe projectiles for this!) I want to make their game a little more fun for them, so I am creating some Angry Birds and pigs for them to play with!
Again, this is a secret, so it has not been easy to put together a tutorial. I would wait until after Christmas, but… Maybe you want to add them to your secret project list, too?
Update: I now have patterns for the Pig and little blue bird, and for theyellow bird!
And now also the green bird, white bird, black bomb bird, and baby pig!
What you need:
small amounts of the following:
~ red fleece
~ black fleece
~ white fleece
~ orange fleece
~ fiberfill stuffing
~ free-motion foot (optional but highly recommended!)
~ pattern (click here!)
STEP ONE: Cut out 4 body pieces (in the file it has a face drawn on it) in red, a rectangle of white approximately the same size as the red pieces (shown above), a 2″x3″ rectangle of black, one of each of the beak patterns in orange, and some scraps to use for creating the feathers for the top of his head. The pattern piece on top of the white and red is the belly of the bird.
NOTE: You want the stretchiest direction of the fleece to go left-to-right!
STEP THREE: Layer the panel on top of your white rectangle. BOTH LAYERS should be right side DOWN — with the marked line showing on top. Sew directly on the line. I used my free-motion foot for this, for speed’s sake and to avoid having to lift the presser foot and turn the fabric.
STEP FOUR: “Draw” on the eyes — still working from the wrong side! Working from the back will make it easy for you to see your previous stitching lines and place the features accordingly. Again, I used my free-motion foot, but you could do this with a regular foot.
The red angry birds do have a little black tail, which I chose to omit. If yours must have a tail, you can certainly sew a little tail using the same method as the head feathers, and attach it the same way as the beak. I suppose I may go back and add tails to mine!
Here are a couple of my red birds with a little blue one. I do plan on making all the different “breeds.” The method is the same, with slightly different facial features. Of course there are some egg-shaped birds, and that pyramid-shaped yellow bird — which will require a different basic pattern. But they are in the works! If anyone is interested in patterns for the other birds — or the PIGS, which I am in the middle of creating — let me know!