Added Aug 5, 2010
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A hammer head shark, with a hammer shaped head and a tool belt, it was commissioned as a present for a painter and decorator, so i have customised the tool belt with a paint roller, sandpaper, a paintbrush, a tape measure and a stanley knife, all made of offcuts, so its a completely recycles shark, aside from the stuffing which is kid-friendly.
I have used a mixture of wool, taffetta, satin, cotton and a little tiny piece of fake fur, but really you can use anything at all that looks remotely shark like…
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