In general, from which it is not a pity and what is at hand.
However, remember that crumbling fabrics are more difficult to work with than do not crumble.
- First, we cut and sew the body of the snail.
- I just bent a piece of fleece, on one of the resulting halves, I traced a pattern, peeled with needles (so that the fabric did not budge), and then stitched, leaving a hole on the back for eversion.
- Then the detail of the body of the snail should be cut off, leaving a small allowance for the seam.
- Now you need to turn out the corpuscle of the snail, fill it through the hole in the back, and the hole is better to be sewn immediately.
- Sew the details of the shell house (except the bottom cut).
- We turn out and immediately fill the snail (otherwise it will be much more difficult then!).
- Sew a small house - a shell to the body of a snail (it is better to fix it beforehand with needles, and then slowly sew, removing needles).
- On request, the shell can be decorated with beads, sequins, buttons, ribbons, various stripes
- Eyes can be painted or embroidered
- On the neck we tie a bow