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1 week, 2 days ago by luvevaim struggling so hard with sewing the ends together and making it look neat!! anyone have any tips?
1 week, 4 days ago by RilWil@drapix The first two pieces on the bottom row are the bottom of the head and body with the third one being its rear end. Above that is the face and side of the body. The two pieces above the face are the top (light pink) and back (dark pink) of the head. The top of the body has the legs attached as a reference for where they go in the end. If you still are having trouble figuring it out, you can print it off and tape it together to help you visualize it. Looking at the Minecraft Wiki axolotl page could help you piece it together as well. Good luck!
1 week, 5 days ago by drapixI tried to make this but when I tried to map out pieces beforehand i couldn't actually figure out how these pieces fit together??
1 month, 1 week ago by lilybooLDSi have a question, do yall also just use the threas to do the 3D stuff? like for the main frame
3 months, 3 weeks ago by RilWilIt can be used with a lot of different mediums, not just string and Perler beads
5 months ago by Tropicali2Plz someone make this I would luv 2 see how this would look
6 months, 1 week ago by grenperson@Maddycinq let me know how it goes because i want to give it a shot if it works!
6 months, 2 weeks ago by Maddycinq@HannahHy @FluffyCake This is actually very possible to do with thread actually! As soon as I finish my three others I’m working on im gonna attempt this LOL thank you for the pattern!(:
6 months, 2 weeks ago by HannahHy@FluffyCake thanks for the clarification that makes sense now. 👍
6 months, 2 weeks ago by FluffyCake@HannahHy It is actually meant as a Perler bead pattern. You use plastic melty beads to create the shapes.