If you thought that woolen puffs were created just to decorate winter hats or Christmas trees, you are completely wrong. From woolen puffs you can make a real little town to play with, for your little ones.
Poufs are perfect for playing with small handles, because they are soft and colorful. On Mrprintables blog we found how you can make houses and cars out of wool. For each shape you need several colors of wool, scissors and a special cardboard template.
Follow the photos we found for you and take action.
To begin, look at a photo of a diagram showing how to get from round puffs to houses and cars, and then move on to photos of the preparation.
Cut out stencils from cardboard:
Make a cardboard template as in the picture and start rolling the wool. First, wrap one layer of dark wool for the door, and wrap white wool over it, which will represent the walls. Roll red or pink roof paint on top.
On the other side of the pattern, roll the wool in the same way, but without the dark color for the door.
When you cut the wool on both sides, you should get a round puff that you will shape with scissors to look like a house.
Wind the wool as shown in the picture.
Then start with another layer, to get the shapes as shown.
Start shaping and that’s it!
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