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Another alternative is to place a damp cloth on top of the items. Gently place a warm iron down on the cloth, then lift it and move it to another part of the item. Do not slide the iron around. 3. Let the pieces cool and dry before unpinning. The fabric will be nice and soft. Block your gauge swatch to make sure it matches the recommended gauge. If it changes the gauge, switch to a different size hook, make another swatch, and block it. This will ensure that your ﬁnished, blocked item is the right size.
6. Work the wire at the other end through an adjacent stitch a few times to secure it. 7. Dab on a little clear nail polish to prevent a loose wire from scratching the wearer. 8. Select a jump ring. If it is this kind, open it gently. You will place one of these at each end of the necklace to connect the wire to the clasp. 9. Hook the jump ring through several loops of wire. Tip: Jump rings come in different styles. This one is a coil. Attach it by sliding one end over several loops of wire, then working it around until the entire coil is attached to the wire.
Ears are not stuffed. Sew on with a tapestry needle and a length of yellow yarn. 3. Position tail. Use crochet hook to pull ends of tie into the body, then out again where tail will hide them. Tie the ends together tightly. Trim so they are the same length as the pompon yarn. 4. Tie ribbon in a bow around rabbit’s neck. 5. Pull any remaining loose yarn ends into the rabbit, making sure they are not visible. SKILL WORKSHOP: RABBIT EAR Ear (make 2) Switch to smaller hook. Tight stitches give the ear stability so it does not need to be stuffed.