Please watch these videos if you need more help:
Sock Plush Sewing Techniques: http://tinyurl.com/psdfxnu
Bunny Plush Tutorial: http://tinyurl.com/n5hd3r2
If you've tried making my sock plush bunnies then you will be able to make this too! It's simply two sock plushies inside one another which creates an adorable sheep shape without the need for pattern cutting, pinning or other complicated steps.
Making the arms and legs is the most time-consuming part so beginners can simply leave that out if they want. I used felt eyes in this video which is easier than sewing on beads. I also embroidered the edges with black thread to make them neater, but take care if you do the same as it's fiddly to keep the shape round.
Fluffy socks – http://amzn.to/1FwCmTk
Polyester stuffing – http://amzn.to/1Ke62Wy
Felting wool for the horns: http://tinyurl.com/kco36ar
Felting needles & mat: http://tinyurl.com/pd3kolw
Regular sock – This was a pink sock from a multi-pack from H&M
Nail polish: Models Own – Hypergel Lilac
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I use black thread for most of this video just so it shows up on camera. But obviously, please use the same colour thread as your sock fabric when making your own. You can use any colour of the rainbow to make your own Amuse Wooly-inspired toys!
Camera: JVC Everio
Software: iMovie 10.0.1
Music: Courtesy of Audio Network
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