Was man braucht:
1 Holzkugel durchbohrt mit großem Loch
Filz in 2 Farben
(Aus Filz eine große Blume schneiden, in der anderen Farbe den Filz für die Mütze vorbereiten.)
What you need:
1 wooden ball pierced with large hole
Felt in 2 colors
(Cut a big flower from felt, prepare the felt in the other color for the hat.)
Erst auf den Baumwollstoff die Lavendelblüten und dann die Füllwatte geben. Nicht zu viel Lavendel, sonst wird der Geruch zu stark.
First put the lavender and then the stuffing to the cotton fabric. Not too much lavender, otherwise it smells too strong.
Nun den Stoff gleichmäßig oben zusammen nehmen und mit Wolle umwickeln.
Take the fabric matched up evenly and wrap around with wool.
Erst die Filzblume und dann die Holzkugel über die Stoffenden ziehen.
Die Enden der Wolle durch die Nadel ziehen.
Pull the fabric flower and then the wooden ball on the ends of the fabric.
Pull the ends of the wool through the needle.
Dann den Hut aus Filz nähen und umdrehen.
Then sew the hat made of felt and turn inside out.
Den Hut am Rand stark dehnen und die Spitze zur Seite knicken.
Stretch the edge of the hat and bend the top of the hat to the side.
Jetzt die Wolle mit der Nadel durch den Hut ziehen.
Now pull the wool with the needle through the hat.
Noch das Gesicht auf die Holzkugel malen – fertig!!!
Paint the face on the wooden ball – ready!!!
Weil nichts festgeklebt wird, kann man die Füllung immer wieder austauschen!
The filling can be exchanged because nothing is glued!
Cheers from Bangalore, India
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LOVE them! How very cute, and they smell nice, too. Thanks for linking up!ReplyDelete
Love these. They are super cute! Thanks so much for sharing at Creative Thursday this week. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining the party at Keep Calm & Link Up! Hope to see you again next week!ReplyDelete
Barbara @ Chase the Star
what cute holiday giftsReplyDelete
I'm so glad that I'm following you! What a great idea. Thanks for posting on the Blissful and Domestic link party!ReplyDelete
They really turned out cute:@)ReplyDelete
These are so cute! They would look great on a Christmas tree, and smell nice too! Thanks for sharing :-)ReplyDelete
Just found you via the GFC Blog Hop :) I look forward to becoming friends with you and interacting more :)
I have to admit the picture of your lavender gnomes made me decide to pop over and see you from the 100+ on the list! They are soo cute, I shall be bookmarking this post to make some in the future and I look forward to seeing more fab things from you.
Life in a Break Down
Thanks for following! I was already following you :) I love that little gnome! So cute!! :)ReplyDelete
Oh, aren't those adorable?! Great tutorial with all the pictures. Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day! http://www.mymerrymessylife.com/2012/08/hookin-on-hump-day-11-link-party-for.htmlReplyDelete
These are the cutest gnomes I have ever seen. Thank you so much for sharing with Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party last week. This weeks Link Party is opened at http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/08/free-bee-sweet-hat-pattern-crocheted.htmlReplyDelete
Hope to see you there.
Adorned From Above
Perfect little gifts for any season! Thanks so much for sharing at the party this week! I'll be featuring this post on my Facebook page ♥ReplyDelete
Such a cute little project!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
Oh, how fun!! I love it! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Saturday Show and Tell. I hope you'll be back this week to link up again! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I turned this into a cute little scarecrow and posted it today with a link back to your tutorial! Thanks for the inspiration:@)ReplyDelete
die sehen ja wirklich supersüß aus. Danke für die Anleitung.
These are too cute. Perfect for holiday presents. Thanks for sharing on Tout It Tuesday. Hope to see you tomorrow!ReplyDelete