In this step, you cut out the pattern, pin it to your muslin, cut it out, sew it on a machine, without sewing the part that connects to the tail, stuff the torso, and embroider the face. Also, before sewing, check that you have right sides together. And, chopsticks are essential for turning out. If you sew before making the face, (which is what I did.) you should pass the needle under the cloth by poking it in and then pinch the cloth together so that the needle is in between your fingers with your free hand in such a way that it stays under the cloth without you losing it. Then you pass it to your other hand in the same manner. Pass it along as I described till you reach the spot where you want to start sewing, then poke the needle through the material and pull gently until the knot gets stuck on the material.

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