Storytimes with Hand Puppets by Kimberly K. Faurot

By Kimberly K. Faurot

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Position the MOUSE TAIL in the seam as shown on the pattern. Stitch center back seam with slate grey thread. Seam allowance is 1/4". Trim and clip seam. Fold the neck edge under 1/4"; topstitch 1/8" in from the edge using slate grey thread. Step 14 Right sides together, pin each half of the MOUSE BODY FRONT to the MOUSE BODY BACK at the side seams, including the entire side seam as well as the seams beneath the haunches. Position the arms in the seam as shown on the pattern, pointing inward. The silver grey side of the arms should be facing the silver grey body front so that they turn out correctly.

Turn tip right side out and stuff firmly with polyester fiberfill. The corncob will rest on top of the stuffing. Figure 24 Step 4 Place the corncob into the CORN HUSK casing, resting it on the stuffing in the tip. Pin the husk leaves to the corn. Hand stitch the husk to the corncob with husk green thread, arranging the leaves as shown for visual interest. The finished length of the corncob and husk together should be approximately 25". ) © Kimberly K. Faurot, Storytimes with Hand Puppets (ALA, 2009) Figure 25 43 Three Giant Green Peas and Peapod Peas Step 1 Each PEA is made from four panels.

This should help to shape and flatten the berry slightly while attaching the top and bottom “stems” at the same time. The felt BERRY TOP is connected only in its center, by the top button. Thread the needle through the entire berry one more time, ending at the top of the berry. Tie off thread and stitch through the felt to hide the thread ends and knots. Repeat above instructions five more times. © Kimberly K. Faurot, Storytimes with Hand Puppets (ALA, 2009) Figure 29 Figure 30 45 Step 3 Arrange six finished berries in large plastic blue bowl.

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