Paige Newton Pillow October 06th, 2018 - 22:24:12
Ice cream, cone, pillow, so you're going to need fabric in a plaid brownie beige, the cone and anything colorful for the scoop, a glue gun scissors, and pillow stuffing. So I'm going to start by folding my cone colored fabric into a cone shape with a point at the bottom and snip off any extra from the side and top. Let's go. I'm just saying that what G only makes you strong once your cone shape, is cut out start by flipping your ice cream scoop fabric inside out I'm using a pencil I'm going to lightly sketch on the shape of the scoop, and you can either freehand this.
The way I did keeping it as symmetrical as possible - or you can fold it in half on a vertical access to cut out half a scoop, that'll be a full scoop when you unfold it and then you can go ahead and cut that scoop. Next, we're going to separate the scoop and the comb by cutting them both in half there's two identical pieces of each to begin: the gluing process. When your hot glue gun is heated up, you can go ahead and apply a thin line of glue to piece together. The scoop and the cone do this for both pieces and make sure you're gluing with the insides of the fabric facing you.
Now you should have two identical ice cream cones, so flip one of them over and line it up with the pattern facing each other on the inside and with the glue gun, starting at the tip of the cone, I'm applying a short thin line as close to the Edge as possible and pressing the two pieces together. Basically, this is just sewing for lazy people, so just make sure to keep the glue as close to the outside, as you can so continue. Gluing at the edges of the ice cream cone in the scoop applying short lines, the glue doesn't dry and squeezing the PC together for a few seconds, so they can dry, keep on doing the same all day and you expect a change.
Is that rule? I just ooze is gay, so once you've gone all the way around in your back of the cone, pull up the tip on the opposite side and leave a fist-sized gap in the middle of the cone. Now we're going to use this opening in the comb to turn the ice cream inside out so make sure to pull all the edges because once they're stuffing in it it's super hard to shape it again. So go ahead and start stuffing our little ice cream friend with the pillow stuffing until it's looking super super plushy. Just go, you know and to finish it off from the outside, we're going to fold any edges of the opening in the cone and put some hot glue on that last spot.