By Francois Verlinden
This booklet is designed to supply the size modeler with appealing colour photo-reference of a favored WWII German topic, in this example the Panther Tank. Photographed on the SAUMER tank museum in France, this can be a infrequent chance to review the main points of an unique Panther tank. information coated contain zimmerit, stowage apparatus, part skirts, engine deck, hatches, and lots of inside info. An important source for the armor modeler, this booklet also will are available in convenient for the army fanatic, in addition to the WWII historian.
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Align one side of the chin panel with one side piece; stitch along one side (C). Repeat to sew the other side. Stitch sides together from diamond marking to the neck. (C) Stitch chin panel to side. 4. Pin one side of the head panel to one side piece. Stitch together from the narrower end of the head panel around to the back of the head (D). 5 cm) opening at the back of the head. Turn the cat’s body right side out through the opening, stuff, and hand stitch the opening closed. (D) Stitch head panel to side.
7. Make small snips into the mane about 1/4" (6 mm) apart (G). (G) Make small snips into mane. 8. Embroider the eyes using three strands of embroidery floss. Anchor a knot just below the seam of the head panel and side. Make a small 1/4" (6 mm) stitch parallel to the seam (H). Continue to make small stitches in the form of an elongated asterisk. Make another small stitch at the nose to create one nostril. (H) Embroider eye. 9. Push the needle directly opposite the first nostril to create the second nostril.
H) Attach tail. This bushy-tailed fellow offers up an acorn or a colorful bouquet of flowers. 2 cm) tall Use patterns on page 121 at 200%. MATERIALS medium-weight cotton fabrics heavy-weight cotton fabric for acorn top all-purpose sewing thread black embroidery floss brown yarn for acorn stem fiberfill fabric confetti (optional) green yarn (optional) 1. With the right side of the underside piece facing up, fold the legs inward as indicated by the dashed line on the pattern. Stitch from one corner of the fold to the other in a crescent shape (A).