Sewing Up a Torn Stuffed Animal

This is something every parent should know how to do! When a stuffed animal gets a hole and starts becoming un-stuffed, it’s time to stitch it up. My son’s favorite Woof-Woof got a rip so we videoed his very delicate surgery. You’ll be happy to know he made a full recovery!

You’ll need a needle, thread and scissors to perform this delicate surgery. This is for rips or small holes that don’t require a patch. You can use it on big holes too, but might end up with a little distortion.

What stuffed animals have you rescued lately?

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