Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

Make your own cute no sew Penguin. They make great Christmas decorations or just cute decorations in general. They also make excellent presents for all those Penguin lovers out there.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

Materials:

  • 1 black sock (the one used in this tutorial is a sports sock in a size 6 – 11)
  • 1 stripy sock
  • Yellow felt
  • Black felt
  • White felt
  • 2 Googly eyes
  • String
  • Rice
  • Pattern (Click Here to Download)

Tools:

  • Glue & glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Pins

Our video tutorial to make the Little Penguin is included at the bottom of this post.

How to make:

  • Print out the pattern (see link above) on A4 paper at 100%.
  • Cut out the pattern pieces, pin to the felt colour written on each piece and cut out.
  • Unpin and leave to the side.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Taking the black sock, cut straight across the sock just below the heel section.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Leave aside the toe section of the sock.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Turn the top of the inside out and cut off a length of string.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Tie the base of the sock securely.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Turn right side out and start filling with the rice.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • As you are filling the body with rice, pat it down to fill out the base of the penguin.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Continue until the sock is filled.
  • Tie the top of the sock securely with another length of string.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • About 1/3 from the top manipulate the body to create a head and body section. Tie with a length of string to hold the definition in place.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Lay the body flat.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Glue the white piece of felt in place, matching the neck area of the felt to the string.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Leave aside for the glue to dry.
  • Take the second sock for the hat and scarf and lay flat.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Cut out the pieces as in the image below.
  • The piece on the left is for the hat, the middle piece is for the scarf and the right piece can be left aside for another project.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Hat & scarf.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Place the hat and scarf onto the Penguin. The scarf will cover the string around the neck.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Glue the eyes and nose in position.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Place the yellow feet pieces next to each other and place some glue of both of them.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Place the Penguin on the feet, attaching the feet into position.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • Next line up the wings on either side of the body, again using the glue fix them in position under the scarf, along the line of string.

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

  • The cute little penguin is all ready.

I do hope you liked this free pattern and will enjoy making it as much as I liked creating it.  If you like my free content and would like to see me creating more, please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you for your support!

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Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

Little Penguin No Sew Tutorial

 

Tina & Missy

Welcome to Miss Daisy Patterns Website. My name is Tina and I am the creator of all the free patterns, tutorials and videos you find here alongside also selling some sewing patterns. If you like my free content and would like to see me creating more, please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you for your support!

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