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Puff Puggle Food Bowls by callykarishokka Puff Puggle Food Bowls by callykarishokka
Flatter and rounder than the prototype. :D

Making a bunch of these to sell at Otakon next month. Probably for $1 each. :3
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FantasyMuse Jul 19, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
These are just so perfect for the Puff Puggles : ) Love love love it!
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SutekiKage Jul 19, 2008  Student Filmographer
Omg! They look so cute! I was wondering if you don't mind answering, what kind of fabric would you recommend I use if I'm just starting out in sewing?
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callykarishokka Jul 19, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well, I started with felt, since it's very durable and good for the beginner to experiment with, but then I moved to fleece. :)

I have no idea how to work with any other type of fabric without a sewing machine. o_o
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SutekiKage Jul 19, 2008  Student Filmographer
=D I was thinking felt too, seeing as how cheap it was, but I wasn't sure how durable it is against thread or pulling D:""

Rofl, I used to have a sewing machine but my brother broke it =___=" Well, made it worse...I was trying to untangle the thread that was stuck in the needle and my brother stepped on the peddle and it just got worse <___>"

Thanks for the advise! =D I'm gonna try it! =3
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callykarishokka Jul 19, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
In my experience, as long as you aren't pulling so hard that you're TRYING to rip it -- you're pulling thread, not teeth XD --, you should be fine.

If you have the extra cash or just that worried, the felt-by-the-yard at real fabric stores -- like Jo-Anne's, for example -- are SUPER durable. Tho, more pricey.
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SutekiKage Jul 19, 2008  Student Filmographer
I guess that's true xD

And I'm probably gonna start with dollar store quality felt for practice first ^^
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callykarishokka Jul 19, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Dollar store? Dollar stores have felt?

My local Michaels craft store has felt for 20 cents a sheet.
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SutekiKage Jul 19, 2008  Student Filmographer
Yea, our dollar stores are fancy and sell 8x11" felt for 50 cents a piece <___>"
We even have a whole aisle dedicated to arts and crafts, me and my art friends march over there sometimes to get stuff for art projects
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callykarishokka Jul 20, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm jealous of your fancy dollar stores. XD

..My local fabric store has glitter felt, tho. =D
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Cerwyn Jul 7, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Those are cute. They make me giggle and anything that makes me laugh is good. XD
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