By Rick Beech
Motion Origami is a fully-comprehensive functional consultant that mixes a desirable heritage of the paintings, an inspirational gallery that includes the paintings for the worlds most sensible origamists, distinct descriptions of the paper to take advantage of and over eighty step by step initiatives designed to entertain, problem, and enjoyment.
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With right sides together, stitch along both the 12" sides, clip the points, and turn right side out. 2. From the lamb’s wool fun fur fabric, cut a 5" circle. Hand stitch and gather around the perimeter. Pull the gathering stitch to form a ball and stuff with fiberfill. Pull the gathering thread tight and use it to stitch the stuffed circle to the point of the hat. 3. Hot glue the hat to the top of the head. 4. Cut a 3" x 13" strip of lamb’s wool fun fur fabric. Fold the 2. Slide the sleeve onto the wreath.
The Boston Latin School, so named because it taught Greek and Latin, also had some famous students: Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, and John Hancock, just to name a few. Our School Ma’arm was photographed in the Timber School on the property of the Stagecoach Inn. The school was originally built in 1888. This replica was fashioned in 1995 by the shop class of Newbury Park High School using original photos and floor plans. Character Wreaths 29 010-035 Projects 12/27/01 O 7:00 PM Page 30 ctober Mum’s the Word You will need: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 14" straw wreath 7-1/2" white mask Styrofoam ball, 4" diameter 1/2" wooden dowel, 14"long 4 pkgs.
Sleeve 1. Refer to the unlined tube sleeve instructions on page 8 and make the sleeve from calico fabric. 2. Slide the sleeve on the wreath and re-tape the wreath ends together. Bring the sleeve together in front and stitch it closed. 3. Cut the lace trim into two pieces and hand gather each along the bottom edge. Hot glue one piece with the decorative edge pointing up the arm, about 3" from the center cut. Repeat with the other piece. Hands 1. Find the School Ma’arm Hand pattern on page 47. Trace or photocopy the pattern twice.