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Hey /diy/, a meme page on Facebook posted some plush Gondolas.

I was wondering if anyone on here knows how the creator might have made this?

Pic related
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>>929556
Here's an up close Gondola selfie for reference
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>>929556
Are you retarded? Did this really need it's own thread?
It's just coloured felt cut into the pattern, then sown or glued together with whatever you can stuff inside.
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>>929557
>>929556
Why is this called a "gondola"? Isn't a gondola a boat? Also isn't this spurdo? I'm so confused.
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>>929572
This is Gondola.
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>>929592
oh. okay.
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>>929593
Ask /s4s/ if you want more senpai
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this is a gondola, not very plush tho
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>>929572
Sorry for the cancer, but: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/gondola
"Gondola was not a mistake

Gondolas are relaxed, harmless creatures that observe their environment. They rarely interfere anything, but just keep observing. They rarely talk, just look around and smile. This makes them very different from other creatures such as spurdo, that feel, pepe, yoba, etc.

Gondola is the silent walker. Having no hands he embodies the Taoist
principle of wu-wei (non-action) while his smiling facial expression
shows his utter and complete acceptance of the world as it is."

I just want to know how to make a plush doll like in the pictures.

pls help /diy/ ;-;
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>>929637
Make a pattern like my crude attempt, experiment with the proportions. Read a sewing guide for plushies and start sewing. Stick/sew on details.
Some ideas: Add thick metal wire in Gondolas legs to make him posable. Or bend this appendages and sew the creases shut for a permanent pose
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>>929649
Thank you for your help. If I make 2 of those designs in your pic and sew them together, do you think the seam would be that noticeable? In the pictures I posted it seems seamless.

Also I really like your idea with the wire for it to be posable, thank for that.
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>>929651
Again, a sewing guide would explain everything better than I would. But yes, you'd sew two patterns together around the edge, except his crouch area. Through that you turn him inside out so the messy seam is inside the body. Using a wolly/felty fabric could make the seam nearly invisible on the outside. Stuff him through the hole and shut everything with a blindstitch.

>fug i kinda wanna make one too :--DDD
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>>929651
>do you think the seam would be that noticeable?
You flip it inside out before sewing the last few cm obviously. Just search for sewing guides, it will all be explained.
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>>929592
So Jake the dog without arms or fun. Sounds great.
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>>929649
realize that if the pattern looks like that, it will be turn out a lot thinner in real life as it will be curved once its stuffed. So make it extra-fat your first time and adjust the proportions from there
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>>929592
No, that is gay.
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This pics were originaly posted on krautchans /int/. You can ask the guy who made it there. They are gondola experts!
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>>929556
>>929557
Fun fact: background of these pictures is the holocaust memorial in berlin.
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>>931531
Perfect backdrop for gondola imo
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I am genuinely confused and a little scared by this thread.
I need to go lie down.
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Gondolas literally suck worse than bananas.

Also going to lie down.
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>>931531
Kek, I thought it was a cemetery or something, Are those cement blocks made of jew dust?
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>>931696
I don't know if it's true but apparently the anti-graffiti coating they have applied to them was manufactured by the same company that made the Zyklon B for the gas chambers.
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