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Ninu de la blu Tutorial

Material required:

– Ninu blu panel
– Cushion padding for Ninu cushion, bottle cushion and pillow
– Duvet cover cover

  1. Cut all the pieces of the panel. There will be 17 pieces left: 2 for the Ninu, 2 for the quilt, 1 for the pillow, 4 for the tote bag, 1 for the romper, 2 for the hat, 1 for the dungarees, 1 for the diaper and 2 for the tags.
  1. To make the labels that can be put on the tote bag and quilt:
    • Cut the labels.
    • Fold the labels, facing printed side to printed side.
    • Sew the sides leaving a seam allowance of 0.7 cm (“machine stitch”).
    • Turn the labels over and iron them.

To make Ninu:

  1. Face the 2 pieces of Ninu, stamped face to stamped face.
  1. Sew “on the leg”, leaving a seam allowance of about 0.7 cm.
    Leave about 3 cm unsewn to turn the Ninu over.
    Make small cuts in the curved parts to make it easier to turn the Ninu.
  1. Turn it over and fill it with cushion stuffing.
  1. Sew by hand or by machine (preferably by hand) the opening we have left to turn the Ninu around, previously folding the fabric inside the Ninu to hide it.

To make the quilt:

  1. Cut a piece of batting slightly larger than the front and back pieces of the quilt.
  1. Face the 2 quilt pieces, patterned side to patterned side, and place them on top of the quilt fabric you have cut out.
    If you want to put a label, put it between the 2 pieces of printed fabric.
  1. Sew around the perimeter of the quilt, leaving a seam allowance of about 0.5 cm and an opening of about 5 cm unsewn at the base of the quilt (this will be used to turn the quilt inside out).
  1. Cut off the excess of the 4 sides.
  1. Turn the quilt over and hand stitch the opening you have left at the base, placing the excess fabric inside the piece.
  1. Run the machine over all the squares and the frame of the quilt, as if you were quilting it. (We recommend that you pin from the center to the sides of the quilt to ensure that the different parts of the quilt are pinned together and lay flat before sewing. Otherwise, there may be wrinkles on the back of the quilt).

To make the pillow:

  1. Fold the piece at its widest part, stamped face to stamped face.
  1. Sew around the entire perimeter of the pillow, leaving an opening of about 3 cm in the middle of the base.
  1. Turn the pillow over and backstitch on each side, leaving a seam allowance of about 1.5 – 2 cm.
  1. Stuff the pillow and close the opening, sewing by hand.

To make the bottle:

  1. Face the 2 pieces of the bottle, stamped face to stamped face.
  1. Sew the perimeter “on the leg”, leaving a seam allowance of about 0.5 – 0.7 cm.
    Leave about 2- 2 – 3 cm unsewn so that the bottle can be turned over.
  1. Turn the bottle over and refill it.
  1. Sew by hand or by machine the opening left, previously folding the fabric towards the inside of the bottle.

To make Ninu’s clothes:

The Ninu is inspired by the dolls of yesteryear, those paper dolls that we cut out and dressed with pieces of clothing that were held together with paper tabs. For the Ninu, all the pieces of clothing are sewn together with a zig-zag overlock to make it easier.

To make the pepele:

  1. Cut out the neck of the romper and make a cut along the dotted line. Overcast in a zig-zag pattern (see drawing).
    This will be the opening through which we will put the Ninu to dress it.
  1. Overcast the top of the opening with a zigzag stitch, which is where the arms will enter (see drawing).
  1. Face the two sides of the romper with the printed faces visible. Overcast with a zigzag stitch all around the perimeter of the romper except for the openings where the arms should come out. The romper suit will be sewn.

To make the beanie:

  1. Zig-zag overcast the entire perimeter of the front of the beanie and the base of the back.
  1. Place the 2 parts of the beanie on top of each other, with the stamped faces visible. Put two strips of ribbon in the color of your choice on the ends of the bottom of the beanie.
    Overcast the entire perimeter of the beanie, which will then be sewn.
  1. Make a small stitch to ensure that the ribbon is well sewn to the beanie.

To make the diaper:

  1. Overcast with a zig-zag around the perimeter of the diaper.
  1. Put a strip of ribbon in the color of your choice on each side of the diaper (see drawing).
  2. Make a small stitch to ensure that the tape is securely sewn to the diaper.

To make the breastplate:

  1. Overcast with a zig-zag around the perimeter of the breastplate.
  1. Put a strip of ribbon in the color of your choice on each side of the dungarees and at the top, with a little inclination so that it fits well when making the neck tie (see drawing).
  2. Make a small stitch to make sure that the tapes are well sewn on the 4 points of the dungarees.

To make the tote bag:

  1. Overcast the top of the pocket with a zig-zag stitch and make a hem of about 1 cm on the inside. (If you want, you can double hem it so that the overcasting is not visible).
  1. Place the pocket piece over the front piece of the tote bag. The prints of the two pieces must be face up.
  1. Place the back of the tote bag on top of the two pieces, stamped side down, i.e., stamped side to stamped side.
    If you want to put a label, put it between the 2 pieces of printed fabric (between the pocket and the back piece of the tote bag).
  1. Sew the 3 sides of the bag – sides and base – with a backstitch leaving a seam allowance of 0.7 cm.
  2. Zig-zag overlock the 3 sides of the bag you have sewn. Iron.
  1. To finish the top of the tote bag: with the iron make a double hem of about 2.5 cm towards the inside of the bag. (If you want, you can make a double hem so that the overcasting does not show when you make the stitching explained in point 7).
  1. To make the handle: place it stamped side down and iron inward 0.5 cm on each side (the entire length of the handle). Fold the handle in half along its entire length and stitch the two sides with a backstitch.
    The length of the handle is up to you: you can make it longer or shorter depending on the height of the child who will carry the bag and if you want the tote bag to be crossed or not.
  1. Place the ends of the handles on each side of the bag (where the side seams are) and under the hem you have created with the iron.
  1. Stitch a stitch to attach the handle or, if you prefer, you can stitch all around the hem.
  1. Pull up the handles to place them in their final position and stitch around the entire perimeter of the tote bag opening.
  1. Twist the bag and iron it.

You’ve got it all! Let’s play!

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