Also available:Short-faced Head Pattern(PDF only) – This head is a short-faced version that includes a generic shape for animals with shorter snouts such as a Housecat, Big cat, Rabbit, Seal, Otter, Red Panda, Puppy, Skunk or other short-faced creature depending on how you finish it with your ears, nose and markings! If your chosen animal has a shorter snout, this is the head pattern for you! It matches up with the original pattern to replace the head and snout pattern pieces.
There is a moderate to advanced skill level required to create this pattern, and it is not intended for beginners. If you have made other large sewing projects before you should be able to put one of these guys together!
The neck, arms, legs, tail or other extremities can be jointed with doll joints and finished like above. 45mm joints shown. The “male” end is the part inside the tail, the “female” end and washer are on the table (those go inside the body to snap the doll joint on) This is a great example of a joint that doesn’t have a complete end, but needs the joint to stick out from it. It has a shorter material (minky) used on the joint surface. This is a good example of a way to complete the head and neck joints on the pattern as well!
I THINK I FIGURED OUT HOW THE PHOTOBOOK WILL LOOK.
First things first- BIGHIT has 4 versions of WINGS. On their official shop, it says the photobooks are nearly the same except for a FEW pictures. I’m thinking that the different photos will be the ending pairings from the short films (the merging of circles).
Right now, they released Jungkook and Namjoon, and in Namjoon’s short film, his circle merges with Jungkook. I’m guessing they are version G? VER. N = Jimin, Suga VER. I = Tae, Hoseok VER. W = Seokjin, maybe all the boys (he got his own so this sort of throws me off?)
Y’all get what I’m saying, right?? I’m matching up the albums with the placement of the circles. I strongly believe that the photos will match up with the versions. So, if you’re looking for a certain member, this might be the pattern.
Here’s a short and hopefully simple tutorial on how to make handpaws with a sewing machine! This technique is also known as “pancake paws” since they are patterned and sewn flat with a sew-then-cut technique. This technique is done using a sewing machine, and you really only need ½ a yard of fur material for this project, depending on how long you want the wrist cuffs or sleeves to extend up your arm. You will also need any sort of fabric to use for your paw pads. Fleece, vinyl, or any regular non-fraying fabric works well.