How to make a Halloween themed doll pillow from a sock for a doll or doll house. This project is quick and easy to complete and is an excellent way to teach a child how to hand sew.
For this project, you can purchase inexpensive socks from the dollar store or recycle unmatched socks.
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WHAT YOU NEED:
Cut off the top of the sock.
Cut the sock right above the heel.
Turn the sock inside out.
With the needle and thread, use a running stitch to stitch closed one side of the sock. Knot the thread when you get to the end and snip the thread. A link to a tutorial on how to do the running stitch is here.
Turn the sock right-side out and fill it with polyfil.
Turn the raw edge under and pin it in place.
Then whip stitch the end closed. When you finished whip stitching the end closed, tie a knot at the end and snip the thread.
That's It! The Halloween themed doll pillow is finished. You can make pillows for the doll house with other themes such as Christmas, Easter, etc. Or just make pillows with plain socks.
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