No, your memory is not failing you, nor is it that funny taste that may have been in your drink. Although, if that actually happened, you may want to look into it. You may have seen this post before. In an attempt to make everything easier to navigate for everyone, I am working on transferring all of the old beauty and craft posts from the recipe blog to their appropriate homes on the newer wings. I'll be only one a day so as not to clog up your feeds, so please bear with all the boring re-caps!
This is one of my favorite projects still, even as simple as it is. :) It is just one of those things that gives me a happy every time I see it!
This was easy, but if you're confused on a few of the plushie steps, I've made a few already so you can check out this one if you need more clarification since its tutorial is pretty in-depth. :) Above, the hearthstone I made is pictured with Lurky, whom the Wookie got me from the Blizz store because he loves me and he's awesome. (Not sponsored, duh, I'm just a WoW nerd.)
Since I didn't have any grey felt, I used white. As usual of my plushies so far, I only have that sheet foam you see up there, so the stitching is on the outside because that stuff is nearly impossible for the inside-out-stitch-then-flip-and-stuff method. Admittedly, though, the stitched-together-DIY look is rather starting to grow on me.
Back to business, cut out your two hearthstone shapes - I drew it on the felt in my awesome off-brand yellow sharpie (its hard to tell because is so cheap the print is fuzzy, but I think its technically a "Shoupie" or some shit and I have no idea why I find that so entertaining.), then cut them out. Same with the swirl. Three cheers for super easy patterns!
Once you have the hearthstone shapes, lay one on top of the foam sheet, then trim the foam around it to get your stuffing. If it is the same size as your felt or even a teeny bit bigger, that's okay, you can just squish it in as you sew and it will be fluffier, just make sure it's not WAY too big or else it will try to fold and curl up and then you'll have a lumpy hearthstone.
Stack 'em and stitch 'em. I used white embroidery floss, then just glued the swirl onto the front with hot glue because I wanted the swirl to be flat instead of all stitch-y, but its whatever you prefer.
DONE! Set it with your favorite innkeeper and there ya go! I'm going to Azeroth now, I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
The (totally nerdy) Wookie Wifey