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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Making a Plant Cell Out of Felt on: September 22, 2008 01:19:24 AM
So the infamous "Make-A-Cell-Model" project is due this Friday for my AP Biology class.
Without thinking (very much, anyways), I decided to make a plant cell out of felt.
However, I totally disregarded the simple fact: I have no experience with sewing OR felt.

Well, I'm pretty sure I can figure out the sewing, but ...
Would anyone be able to relieve me from the hours of sulking I'll be doing trying to figure out the felt?

I will be basing my model off of this:
http://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FUE/VRFC/FFFIVL5P/FUEVRFCFFFIVL5P.MEDIUM.jpg

Possible patterns I could use...  step-by-step instructions that can save me...  anything else?
The ENTIRE model has to be 3D (gah, *stabs*) and it also has to be at least twelve inches.

Any response and suggestion is EXTREMELY appreciated<3.
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