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Pompoms just got sweeter—we’ve got ideas for how to incorporate them into everyday items like blankets, wall art and more. Plus, we’ve also got the templates and a basic how-to for a DIY hedgehog. Click to start.
Iron fusible fleece to fabric, and cut out template shapes. Then sew all edges of pieces #2 and #3 together as shown, with right sides of fabric touching.Note: Leave open space in stitching for turning right-side out after sewing. (See Project Sheet for pattern)
With right sides of fabric together, sew a piece #1 to each side. Stitch all edges, as shown. Turn right-side out, stuff with polyfill, and close opening.
Adhere pompoms to hedgehog with felt glue. Finish with stitched-on eye details and pompom nose.