For this project, I was able to decide on either do quilling or weaving. Quilling is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. When I thought of the idea of weaving, I was wondering if sewing or crocheting would count. I asked permission if I could crochet for my project, and my teacher said that was fine. Crocheting is a type of weaving after all. When I got the okay, I decided to make a stuffed crochet bear! I think you can also tell that I really like bears too.
Anyways, basically what I did was crochet the body and head (they were all in one piece), the ears, arms, legs, tail, and muzzle. I also had to stuff the body parts that needed stuffing. After I finished all that, I sewed on the black nose and mouth and sewed the bear together. Then I got some superglue to glue on the bear's eyes. Lastly, I found some ribbon and wrapped it around the bear's neck and made a bow.
I thought this turned out really cute! It was the very first time I actually made a stuffed animal before. I plan on making more in the future when I'm not busy.