Friday, October 9, 2015

Sewing Tutorial | Linus Plushie

Linus Plushie by Melissa Bailey

Love Fabricworm? Well now you can make yourself a little fabric worm with our quick and easy Linus tutorial!  So grab some supplies and your machine and you’ll have your own little Linus in no time!



You will need:

Linus template

¼ yard of fabric – Linus prefers Birch Organic Solid Grass

Straight pins

Scissors

Your machine

Batting for stuffing

Embroidery thread or puff paint for the details



First, print out a copy of the Linus template.  I have traced mine onto a thin piece of cardboard from a cereal box so that I can use it again and again, but you can just use plain old paper.




Next, pin your Linus template onto your fabric.  I prefer to place two pieces of fabric, right sides together and pin the pattern on top.  After I cut the pieces out, I just have to remove the pattern piece and I’m ready to sew.




Sew your pieces, right sides together, using a ¼ inch seam allowance.  Be sure to leave an opening for turning and stuffing your Linus!




Once Linus has been sewn, it’s time to clip the corners.  Clip them in whatever style you prefer, or simply use pinking shears being careful to clip close to the seam line but NOT on it!



Now turn Linus inside out and stuff him!  Isn’t he cute?



Finally, seam up the opening where you stuffed Linus and voila!  He’s done!






****Adding the details****

If you would like to embroider the details on Linus, you can do this easily after you cut out your pieces but BEFORE you sew them together.  If you prefer to use puff paint, finish making Linus and paint him when he’s all done.  Either way, have fun and enjoy your new Linus!

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Two fallacies, among many, about water baptism. 1. That under the new covenant terms of pardon Christians are baptized in water. 2. That unbelievers are baptized in water.

1.There is not one example of any Christian being baptized. There is no Scriptural example of that occurring. Believers in Christ are baptized. Believers are not in Christ until they are baptized in water. Demons believe in Christ, however, that does not make them Christians.

Men are baptized into Christ. Those already in Christ are not baptized.

Galatians 3:26-27 For you are sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. 27 For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ.(NKJV)

Men are baptized into Christ. Christians are not baptized into denominational churches.

Galatians 3:26-27 For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. 27 For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.(NASB)

No man is a Christian until he has been clothed with Christ in water baptism. It would be redundant to baptized someone who has already been clothed with Christ.

Galatians 3:26-27 Since you are all sons of God through that belief, by Jesus Christ. 27 For as many of you as have been immersed into Christ, have put on Christ.(The Better Version of The New Testament by Chester Estes)

Men are believers in Christ when they believe, however, they are not Christians until they put on Christ through immersion in water.

2. The is no example found in Scripture, after the new covenant was in force, were a nonbeliever, an atheist, nor a unbelieving infant was baptized by choice or by force.

Mark 16:16 "He who believes and is baptized will be saved...(NKJV)

Belief always precedes being immersed in water.
Examples:Acts 10:47-48, Acts 16:16-34, Acts 2:38-41, Acts 8:26-40, Acts 22:16, Acts 19:3-5, Acts 8:5-12, and Acts 16:15.

The New Testament account is clear: NO CHRISTIANS WERE BAPTIZED AND NO UNBELIEVERS WERE BAPTIZED.

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