noahandhissockmonkeycrew

These are my sock monkeys for Craft Hope.  I’ve been dragging my heels (literally–haha–I love sock monkey humor) on this project.  I’m not sure why.  I love sock monkeys.  They are just inherently funny.  At any rate, I woke up early on Sunday and made the pieces before I ate breakfast and stuffed and started sewing them together while Nathan and I watched Masterpiece Mystery and Jeopardy.

Noah enjoyed them later–but in this pic he’s looking at the fan.  Such a mesmerizing thing, fans…

I need to make him his own sock monkey sooner than later.  He was really wanting to play with them, especially after they started dancing for him.  I kept them drool free for the sake of the kids who will receive them.

The monkeys in a family lineup:

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And two of the monkeys just being monkeys:

praisingsockmonkey

I used fabric scraps instead of the heels for the mouths–some more successfully than others.  I like the contrast but it needs to be monkeyed with a bit.  Besides that, I used the tutorial that was on Craft Hope–I like the sock monkeys from Sock and Glove better, though I think.  They’re more primatey (I’m liking these monkey inspired adjectives and verbs in this post however incorrect they might be).

2 Comments

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  2. These are just so cute!!! Especially that one in the middle looking at the fan!! 😀

    Again, you are an inspiration of charity!! So sweet!

    Speaking of charity….Estavaco only needs $10 for food for a YEAR!!! Maybe you can pay him with your yummy salmon salads! 😀

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