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Nothing can burn your fingers with these powerful coffee cozies! Everyone knows the problem – the coffee to go is in the cup, but this is so hot that you can hardly hold it. A sweet and stylish remedy we find in these bear cup warmers. They can simply be slipped over any mug, and our fingers are spared from the heat.

Materials


+ Felts in various colors
+ Thread
+ Multi-adhesive
+ Embroidery thread
+ Sewing needle
+ Pins
+ Scissors
+ Chalk
+ 3D textile paint
+ Brush
+ Template (download here for free)

Step 1 2


Step 1: Stencils on felt and cut without seam allowance (1 times body, 2 ears, 1 nose / mouth part).

Step 2: Transfer nose and mouth to the round felt using the chalk stick.

Step 3 4


Step 3: Embroider nose and mouth with backstitch and fill in the nose.

Step 4: Then embroider the little dots around the nose with glitter yarn (wrap 4 times around the needle and back off).

Step 5 6


Step 5: Put the nose / mouth part on the body part and quilt all around.

Step 6: Now embroider the eyes with black embroidery thread using the same technique as for the points around the nose (see 4th step).

Step 7 8


Step 7: Stamp cheeks with textile paint. Simply glue a round piece of felt onto a thread spool, paint with paint and stamp.

Step 8: Sew the two ears around each other round edged, then attach to the body part at the top and also sew the body part round edged.

Step 9 Finished


Step 9: Finally, fold over the middle back and stick. Then stitch with a narrow edge using the sewing machine.

Finished!

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