这个羊毛毡铁甜甜教学在第23  (十一月)阿炳漫画Nekomeow 手作教室 里刊登喔~ ^__^
This wool felt Donut Magnet tutorial was featured on No.23 (Nov) <AhBeng Comics> Magazine  ^__^
1. 备米黄色、粉红色、白色、黑色羊毛、万能胶、竹签、磁铁、
透明胶片、胶纸、工作垫、羊毛毡戳针和插入式黑色眼珠。
1. prepare yellow-beige, pink, white & black wool, glue, bamboo stick, magnet,clear tape,
transparent pvc film, black animal safety eye, working base & wool felt needle.
 
2. 胶纸把长方形胶片对角结合成一个小圆筒。
2. tape the rectangular transparent pvc film edge together with a strip of clear tape to form a cylinder.
 
3. 取大块的米黄色羊毛绕着胶片圆筒卷紧。
边卷边用针戳刺以固定后,重复反转戳刺塑圆环形。
3. wrap the yellow-beige wool around the cylinder firm & nicely.
needle in place keep flipping & needle random spot to make it firm & get the shape of donut.
4. 圆环形后把胶片圆筒取出再戳刺修饰。
4. remove the cylinder & touch up the donut.
5. 将粉红色羊毛置放在圆环上刺塑成草莓奶油酱料。
5. place the pink wool on top of the donut & needle to strawberry cream.
6. 饰边缘成波浪花形。
6. touch up the edges.
7. 用竹(锥子)在眼睛处戳个洞。
7. use bamboo stick (or prick punch) make a hole on eye position.
8. 将少许胶水涂在插入式黑色眼珠的尾端,再植入洞内作为眼睛。
8. apply some glue on the safety eye and stick into the hole.
9. 取小量黑色羊毛用手搓成条形后,戳刺成微笑嘴巴。
 9. take some dark brown wool roll a thin strip & needle to smiling mouth.
10. 取少许白色羊毛用铺在眼睛下方戳刺成腮红。
10. take some white wool below the eye & needle to cute blush.
11. 取小撮白色羊毛用手搓成长条形。  
11. take some white wool roll a long thin strip.
12. 把条形白色羊毛置放在甜甜圈上,戳刺成条纹装饰。
12. place the white strip on top of the donut & needle to deco stripes.
13. 胶水涂在磁铁背面,再黏在甜甜圈后面待干即大功告成。
13. stick the magnet on the back of the donut with glue & wait for the glue to dry.
爱的羊毛毡铁甜甜圈完成了!
mission accomplished!

4 Comments

  1. Posted April 11, 2013 at 12:27 am | Permalink

    I wanna eat them!

  2. Jen
    Posted June 25, 2013 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

    Aw, this is so adorable! Thank you so much for sharing :) I could never think of a trick to make the hole in the middle of the donut so perfect. Now I want to make a million of them ^_^

  3. Lizzie
    Posted August 22, 2013 at 6:23 pm | Permalink

    Hi this is so cute, I’ve tried it with your tutorial but there were many loose fibers sticking out of mine. Do you know what is the problem? Whether is the wool quality, needle type or my technique?

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