I got an email the other day asking me if I was ever going to make a tutorial for the fabric airplane that I made last September.
I kinda remembered taking pictures with the intentions of making a tutorial so I looked on my computer and sure enough I had.
So Elizabeth Here you go.
two types colors of scrap fabric
a sewing machine
rick rack if you want
a noisy wrapper of some sorts I used a baby wipe wrapper
Cut the fabric and interfacing into 8.5 x 8.5
iron the interference to the wrong side of one of the squares
My hand is in the way but if you want rick rack smoke baste the at the bottom of the other fabric
if you chose to make use a noisy wrapper place it at the top of the same square and sew across the top or have a wrapper big enough for the whole square and baste around the whole thing.
Then place right sides together and sew around the whole square leaving a small opening for turning.
then turn the fabric
now you need to pen the opening and sew a 1/4 in stitch around the whole square
Next iron into an airplane shape
after you are done ironing the airplane shape sew across the top of the airplane placing rick rack across the top if you want.
Next iron the crease down the middle and sew across the long way of the airplane then a little stitch across the nose then iron the flaps and your done.
Hopefully I did not confuse you too much.
My sweet Benny loves them and so do the many little boys I have made them for.
Hopefully your little boys will like them too.