Have you ever wondered how a hand-sewn teddybear gets its eyes? I haven’t either until I saw it for the first time, when Andrea had a new bear in the works. Since the head is already stuffed, the teddybear eyes must be completely pierced through the head and sewn from behind with a thick needle, so that they come to their proper place. This looks pretty brutal at first, so you must not be squeamish. But have a look yourself:
But when the teddy finally looks at you with both his eyes, the torment is quickly forgotten. 🙂
By the way, this is Adrian. On the picture he has no nose yet, but he has been finished today and turns the whole house upside down with his smart character!
And if you want to know the whole development of a Crumblebear, have a look at the category Offspring.