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Also (before you put the washer on!) sew on some eyelashes! Always sew the eyelashes on before you stuff- this gives you more room to work!I use embroidery thread to sew on eyelashes. I rarely split the threads because my projects are usually fairly large. For smaller projects it might be better to split the thread. And I can get away with using my yarn needle to sew them on, since that is what I always have handy! Try to get under the edges of the eye to make sure there is no gap between the thread and the eye. I make an effort to sew each lash into the same hole under the eye to keep them uniform. For an idea of spacing, I try to hit the stitch even with the top, then the one down (middle) and then the stitch even with the bottom. You can see it in this picture. Tie it in the back and do the other eye!
2. The Nose
Push the needle up to the space you want to have the nose. I go one row down from the eyes, and three stitches in. Pull the yarn through. Go over three more stitches and insert needle. Pull through. Repeat until you have the size nose you want (I usually do 3-4 passes.) Then push the needle through to the top of the head. If you have to make a few passes that is fine. Cut yarn. Don’t worry if it pokes out- the hair should cover it.