That’s a nice house you have there. It would be a shame if something were to happen to it…
Wow, Creeper was nearly the end of me a couple of times. It took awhile to figure out how to make its body in order to attach its feet. I am happy with what I came up with though which was just an extra wide bottom piece for the legs to hinge on.
A lot of little pieces to put together! Keep it organized or elssssssssse BOOM!
Creeper has about 6 different colors of green or more with some confetti of off-white and grey, and black and dark green on its face. I tried to keep it to 3 different greens on the face and only used dark sage green on the face and front feet.
Addition trouble I had was actually attaching Creeper’s feet to the body. I highly recommend using curved or bent tapestry needles.
My last tip would be to watch those feet. I attached 3 of them wrong, and I lost a whole afternoon. Oh and I would save the very last stitches of the feet for the part that gets attached to the body.
All in all, I am happy with how Creeper turned out but am glad its done. Good luck!
Plastic Canvas Pattern and Instructions for Minecraft Creeper:
Head – cut from 7-count plastic canvas
- 9 x 9 holes (need 6)
- stitch the head pattern using light sage green, medium sage green, bright green, and bits of off-white and gray
- stitch the face with those same colors including black for the eyes and mouth and dark sage green for areas around the eyes and mouth
- whip stitch head together using bright green
Body – cut from 7-count plastic canvas
- front and back 9 x 12 holes (need 2)
- sides 4 x 12 holes (need 2)
- neck 9 x 4 holes (need 1)
- bottom 12 x 6
- stitch the body using light sage green, medium sage green, bright green, and bits of off-white and gray
- whip stitch body together using bright green
Feet – cut from 7-count plastic canvas
- feet sides 4 x 6 holes (need 16)
- top and bottom of feet 4 x 4 holes (need 8)
- stitch the front-facing feet and bottom using black, dark sage green, gray and bright green
- stitch the rest of the feet using light sage green, medium sage green, bright green, and off-white
- whip stitch using bright green