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Tutorial how to make ears
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Published: July 4, 2011
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So i got asked by one of my friends how i made my ears for my cheshire cosplay..
And i thought that now i was going to make ears for my okami cosplay, then i might as well make a tutorial xD
this is my first picture tutorial so it's not that perfect, but i did my best xD
Hope it might be useful for some people ^w^
If you have any questions, feel free to ask ~
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TeamChao466's avatar
TeamChao466|Hobbyist General Artist
Amy: So... wait, do I sew the front and back pieces together inside out and then flip turn it right side out? What do you mean when you say to turn it?
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puppygirl12745's avatar
just curious
but would this work for making bear ears as well?
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Darksgirl120's avatar
i'm not fully understand #8 :/ how's the fabric laid out before sewing it?
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mikica-chan|Student Photographer
thx for the tutorial! I didn´t know how to make fox ears!
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
no problem, i just hope it was helpful! :D
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loveing123|Student Artist
It's awsome but does it work for headbands or hair clips?
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
If you make it flat in the bottom it should be possible!
I mean like, cut out a bottom piece and sew it on, then sew/glue the hairclip on!
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loveing123|Student Artist
[link] but can it work for hair clips?
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Crisis-Projection|Hobbyist General Artist
This is fantastic; I'm actually in the process of doing an Amaterasu cosplay myself and the ears have been giving me a lot of trouble. So finding this was perfect timing. : )
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
Glad it was helpfull!!
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Giggles4evr|Hobbyist General Artist
This helped me so much! :3 i just just finished my ears
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
I'm glad my tutorial was helpful !! :3
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Giggles4evr|Hobbyist General Artist
x3 i would never have thought to do it the way you did it hahaha
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
well i'm actually surprised to see that i've been one of very few to use this method !!
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SozoArtist|Student General Artist
They're so cute! (You're very pretty by the way! ^^)
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
glad you like them! :3
And thank you so much !!
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SozoArtist|Student General Artist
Yeah! c:
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Krisie93's avatar
I mean soo cute lol
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Dooo cute!!! Thank u :3
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msmadit99|Hobbyist Artist
what type of hand sewing technique did you use? (ex. back hand ,blanket, hem)
Im whating to know becaus Im planning to make ears for my next cosplay next year (that will be my second this year is my first) and plus I can hand sew very well ^^
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I know this is an old comment, but I thought I'd answer.
I personally use a blanket stitch. Simply because it is common to use that sort of stitching on stuffed animals. Depending on if you plan on stuffing it with cotton to keep its shape or not. I suggest blanket though, because it holds the best :3
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MiiruMiru|Student Artisan Crafter
Just normal hand sewing, i have no idea what the technical word for the technique in english!
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Nenril-Tf|Student Traditional Artist
you seems kyubey...

great tutorial :)
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Kitakaze1|Student Traditional Artist
kawaii!
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