Fake Lumberjack beard
Unsure what to be for Halloween? Take the crafty mustache trend to the next level with this specific task about how to make a fake beard. A straightforward quick-sew task that'll turn you into a lumberjack or any character you would like!
Two 8″×12″ pieces art thought, any color
Thread in matching color
Needle or sewing-machine
1 yard grosgrain ribbon, cut in half 18″ each
Printer and report to generate template
Down load the beard template (jpg).
DirectionsStep 1: collect materials (we neglected to show the ribbon when you look at the products picture at top, therefore don’t forget it!). Print-out the template at full size, cut out, and pin to both items of felt.
Step two: cut right out the felt pieces utilizing the template as a guide, making 2 of each and every. Pin each like piece together. Set the moustache aside until action 5.
3: Attach the ribbon ties into the top right and left corners regarding the felt beard, sandwiching the ribbon between your sensed as shown. This can be done manually stitching it between the 2 levels regarding the beard, or using a machine to sew an X design throughout the ribbon in addition to back layer of felt.
Step four: Sew across the external side of the bigger felt pieces, leaving about 1/8″ across the outside. This could be hand sewn, or sewn on a machine.
Step 5: use the pins out of the larger beard pieces, and pin the moustache pieces onto the beard, ensuring to sandwich the pokey-looking flaps on top regarding the beard between each region of the moustache. Attempt to keep the moustache focused amongst the 2 top flaps. Using moustache pinned in place, sew over the side of the moustache, using care to sew firmly through all levels where in actuality the 2 panels satisfy. This might be just a little difficult to accomplish on a sewing machine, but truly feasible. Take care not to sew your hands!
Action 6: Your beard is perhaps all finished! Look for stray threads, trim messy edges, and attempt on your masterpiece. Add eye patches, gnome caps, or villainous looking tattoos as required to perform your appearance.
Erin Dollar life in Portland, land of hipsters with beards and lumberjacks with beards. She's the one-woman beard factory behind I Made You A Beard , but she often discovers an extra minute to screenprint or cook cookies.