Lately, I've been making a lot of plush toy patterns and wanted to share one with all of you. Here's a little penguin that you can make at home.
Each piece is labeled with the quantity you'll need. I suggest starting off by layering the beak over the belly over one of the body pieces. Sew the beak on first, then the belly. You can then sew the rest of the body with wings then add the feet and bottom piece last. Hope you love your new penguin friend!
After reading the nutrition information on a "healthy" cookie dough bar that was in our house, I was horrified. The ingredients list took up the entire backside of the package, plus it had a lot of sugar. Right then, I knew that I needed to find a way to make my own.
I came across this recipe. It only had a few ingredients and 5 grams of protein in each ball. I ended up tweaking the recipe a little (mostly because I can't stand syrup). Keep the maple syrup if you're looking for a vegan option.
2 scoops whey protein powder 1 cup almond meal 1/2 cup almond butter 1/4 cup honey 1/4 cup chocolate chips 1/2 tsp vanilla extract These are a big hit in our house. -Mandy
After the sewing lesson I gave, I thought it would be a good idea to come up with some sewing worksheets. These will help with spacing and mastering hand-stitching. Just print out the templates and cut the sheets in half. The three animals are for straight stitching, and the shapes are for whip stitching. Hope these help!