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1  TUTORIAL LINK: Lucky ducky in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Nosey Nest on: June 17, 2008 05:06:14 AM


Every once in a while there is somebody who could use some kind words to make him feel better. So here's a tutorial for making a lucky ducky with a tiny pouch which can hold a nice note for somebody who really needs it.

Materials needed
- Felt ( three different colors are used in this tute; yellow for the duck, orange for it's beak and wings, blue for the little pouch ).
- A little scrap of fabric or felt for the heart at the pouch.
- Little black beads for the eyes.
- Some stuffing.
- Optional : some beads for decoration.

Parts ( download PDF pattern http://documents.scribd.com/docs/1n1mzf0y92bhr869fo82.pdf )
1. Side ( cut twice, yellow felt )
2. Belly ( cut once, yellow felt )
3. Beak ( cut twice, orange felt )
4. Wing ( cut twice, orange felt )
5. Pouch ( cut once, blue felt )
6. Heart ( cut once, the little scrap of fabric )

Enlarge to every size you wish.

You can find the rest of the tutorial for this lucky ducky at http://noseynest.blogspot.com/2008/06/lucky-ducky-freebie.html

Have fun !

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2  TUTORIAL link: Piggy Bank Wallet in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Nosey Nest on: May 15, 2008 07:22:01 AM


It's obvious pigs are very nosey animals. So a free piggy bank pattern is the logical thing to post at the Nosey Nest weblog..... isn't it ?
I hope you have fun making it and I would really like to see a picture of the result.

Parts ( download PDF http://documents.scribd.com/docs/jcy1escb9rwatn66vru.pdf.
and http://documents.scribd.com/docs/d55b4da3ijgbys6e9ie.pdf. )
1. Exterior side A ( cut once, exterior fabric )
2. Exterior side B ( cut once, exterior fabric )
3. Lining side A ( cut once, lining fabric )
4. Lining side B ( cut once, lining fabric )
5. Nose ( cut once, lining fabric )
6. Ears ( cut four times ; twice lining fabric, twice exterior fabric )
7. Tail ( cut twice; once lining fabric, once exterior fabric )

Enlarge to every size you wish. This one can hold a creditcard and some money.

Materials needed- Fabric ( print for lining, plain for exterior. Of course, you could do all solid or all print, or a variety. )
- Button
- Little black beads for the eyes.
- Embroidery floss to make a little loop to hook around the button.
- Optional some stuffing for the snout.

You can find the rest of the tutorial for this piggy bank wallet at http://noseynest.blogspot.com/2008/05/piggy-bank-freebie.html.

Have fun !
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