How to dump a wallet in the form of a parrot

You will need
  • – merino wool for felting (sand, yellow, salad, black color, cornflower);
  • – six for felting “Gamma” (turquoise) colors, kiwi, seaweed);
  • – felting fiber (100% viscose) “Gamma”;
  • – Iris yarn (100% cotton) herbal color
  • – crystal sew eyes 9 mm;
  • – clasp for bag “fermoire”;
  • – brush pillow for felting;
  • – net “fatine” for wet felting;
  • – transparent film for wet felting;
  • – needles thin for felting 4-ray Stellar
  • – thimble for felting
  • – liquid soap
  • – terry towel
  • – rolling pin with ribbed surface
Instructions
1
Clasp the table with a special bubble wrap for felting. Prepare the canvas for wings and tail. Pull thin strands from a coil of salad-colored wool, lay them out in a row so they overlap each other. Under the first row, lay out a bit of a second row of wool, filling the surface of about 20*30 cm. There should be no enlightenment between the strands.

2

On top of 1 layer of wool lay out 2, consisting as well of their two rows. Moisten the canvas with hot soap solution. Rub the surface with neat finger movements for 5-7 minutes. Gradually intensifying the pressure, continue to rub the canvas with your hands in various directions, until the fibers of the wool snap between each other and disintegrate. Continue to rumble, rub your palms, periodically straightening and smoothing.

3

When the wool is sufficiently swamped, alternately rinse the canvas with hot and cold water. Dry it by spreading it on a towel. For the body of the parrot, cut a pattern from the foam film. Divide the green and yellow wool into 2 equal parts. Set aside one half for the reverse of the pattern. Pull out individual strands of yellow wool and lay them out on the pattern, overlapping each other.

4

Fill the pattern first with rows of yellow wool at 1/3 height, and the remainder of the strands are green. Rows of wool should overlap each other without enlightenment.
On top of 1 layer of wool, lay out 3 more layers. Put thin strands of yellow viscose on yellow wool. Moisten the wool with a soap solution, spreading it with your fingers throughout the surface.

5

Turning the pattern to the other side, rotate the protruding ends of the wool on it. Similarly, as on the first hand, lay out 4 layers of wool: yellow at the top, green at the bottom, and so on. When all layers are laid out, cover the pattern with a grid. Moisting with a small amount of soap solution, gently rub it through the mesh for 3 minutes.

6

Remove the mesh, continuing to rub the wool for 5 minutes. Reversing the pattern, similarly fail the second side of the product. When the fibers snap among themselves, start rubbing more intensely, 10 minutes on each side. Putting the template on a terry towel, screw them together on a rolling pin, roll on the surface of the table 50 times. Unwrap the towel, flip the workpiece and, once again screwing on the rolling pin, roll them 50 more times.

7

In the process of felting and shrinkage wool remove the pattern, gently cutting the wool with sharp scissors in the end of the pattern. Moisten the product with soap solution, work out the ends of the handbag outside and inside with two hands intensively so that there are no breakdowns. Turn the product on the worn side and accurately rub 2 hands inside and outside. Turn the product back to the front and rub again on each side for 15 minutes.

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Setting the product on a towel, screw it on a rolling pin. Ride 50 times on each side. The workpiece size must be 13*15.5 cm. When the workpiece reaches a preset size, rinse it from the residue of the soap solution first with hot, then cold water. Anneat gently in a towel, smooth out the shape, leave to dry. For drying time, insert the template back into the workpiece.

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Cut into the pattern of green felted canvas 2 wings and ponytail . Private the needle for felting the wings to the torso. Decorate the wings with thin strands of yellow wool, lining them with a fantasy pattern. Decorate the ponytail on the rounded side with strands of yellow and green. Private his pointy part to his torso.

10

Marking the middle of the workpiece, with green thread come the clasp – the fermoire. Stitches are laid from the center, tightly tightening the edge of the canvas inside the fermoire. In the same way, come a second douche of the fermoire on the other side of the handbag.

11

For the paws and nose fold strands of six sand color and with a needle form oval workpieces for felting. The details of the paws are decorated with black wool.

12

Private the needle beak and feet to the torso. Stick near the nose of the eye. Lay out with a few strands of bright blue wool cheeks, edging the top of the bill.

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