How do you say “bandwagon” in Japanese?

June 19, 2006 at 11:01 pm | Posted in Sewing/Crafts | 4 Comments

I finally broke down and ordered a Japanese craft book I’d been wanting for months. It’s even more wonderful than I thought it would be. I’d first encountered the book via a tutorial on craftster.org that included a scan of one of the book’s patterns. With that pattern, I made my first plush animals ever:

Kitty kitty

I knew that I wanted to make the duck pattern as soon as I got the book. I’m totally in love with the ones that Stephanie from littlebirds made.

Meet Spats the Duck! He’s made of green wool felt I found at a thrift store and a cotton print that I’ve had for years.

Spats the Duck Spats the Duck Spats the Duck

Edit: Spats has been claimed by my friend’s three-year-old Jack and re-named “Quacky Quacky.” When Jack met Q2, he grinned from ear to ear and immediately started singing and making the duck dance. I’ll post a pic of them together sometime soon.

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  1. Look at that penant and that duckie and and and…

    What a fantastic blog.

  2. I love your green wool duck! So cute.

  3. Hola , eso es hermoso me encanta estoy inspirada un saludo desde Tijuana


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