Posted by: e in accessories, pillows, DIY, Good Ideas, Cushions, Sewing, Decorating, Details, Easy to make, birthday party, Covers, Homemade, Kids, Inspiration, Fabric Crafts, Craft Tools, Party, step step, stuffed animals, kids, Projects, gifts, home to about 1 Your Comment. This project will give a personal touch to the boys' room or playroom and why not in the living room. Continue sewing by hand the top of the chicken which in turn will stack the pieces above, except the legs are sewn to the base, and finish the center front seam. Sew the wings, turning them over and place them in locations identified by the markings. Attach the piece of the tail to the plush body pillow cover on both sides and continue sewing the back of the hen. Join below the base piece to the plush body pillow cover after the legs together but leave an opening. Turn around and stuffed with cotton, then closing said opening about mattress. Pucker the circle of the plush body pillow cover and head separately, fill in both sides and close the furrows. Attach the head to the plush body pillow cover by the puckered with hidden stitches. I finally paste eyes, beak and legs. Stitch and turn to the ears. For them to remain upright, can be filled with a cotton ball or two layers sandwiched between a piece of wadding slightly smaller flat. Match the pieces that are placed face and ears. Make the center seam of the head, sew the ears in their brands and connect the two parts, ie the face and head, leaving an opening to give the neck. Place the eyes and nose. Embroider the mouth with a few strands of black wool. Spend a frown, filling head, and close the opening. Sew the arms and legs along, piecing together hand and foot and sew the basis of them. Fill and close the opening, pull the arms and legs in the right places in the pattern, holding them with a few stitches to one side of the bag. On the backside of the bag to make an opening by cutting the line indicated. We make this indication because both sides, front and rear, are represented in a single pattern and the only difference between them is precisely the opening above. After making this cut, fold the edges to form inside a small cuff. Cut the satin ribbon in half and sew one end of each piece in the center of the opening and each of the edges of the same: to close the bag simply knotted ribbons forming a loop. After preparing the two sides of the bag, pinned and sew the edge, but leaving open the top. Pucker said edge having a double thread and pull the ends of the same to get the same width as the neck. Attach the head to the bag by the neck with double thread stitches and through hidden. For carrots, join the two parts, and have a gather at the top, flip it, fill it with cotton and tightly close the opening by pulling the ends of the wire gather. Sew the leaves to the carrot and the latter to the ends of the front legs of the bunny with hidden stitches. . . .