It’s make a dino Monday and today I’ve been checking out Tater Tots and Jello! I ran across the idea of making dinosaur tails through Pinterest and that sent me on a mission to finding easy to understand “make a dinosaur tail” instructions. I eventually found what I was looking for on Tater Tots and Jello when I ran in to a guest post by Jessica from Running with Scissors.
Make a Dinosaur Tail Instructions Can Be Tricky
Image Courtesy of Tater Tots and Jello
If you’re not sewing-capable then these make a dinosaur tail instructions are definitely not for you because this dinosaur themed project takes a LOT of sewing. Okay…maybe not that much, but if you don’t know how to sew then it will seem like a lot of sewing.
I also want to mention that if you are going to use these make a dinosaur tail instructions provided by Jessica please do so only for personal use as per her request.
Make a Dinosaur Tail Instructions
What You Will Need
1/2 to 3/4 yard main fabric– pretty much any fabric that’s not stretchy (this yellow is polyester lining)
1/4 yard spike fabric
Polyfil batting (small bag)
Detailed instructions for making your own dinosaur tail can be found over at Tater Tots and Jello. Since this project is so detailed rather than copying someone else’s instructions step by step I want to give credit where credit is due and simply refer you directly to Jessica’s guest post on this project.
Share Your Experience
The idea of this project is awesome for any dinosaur lover…yes even a 31 year old like me, but I’m fairly certain that The Dr. would commit me if I started walking around wearing a dinosaur tail. This is why I want you to share your experience with making your own tail. Leave a comment below and feel free to share pictures from your tail making experience! Don’t forget to let me know how easy or challenging you found these make a dinosaur tail instructions!
Amy is the resident palaeontologist-wanna-be here at DinoPit.com. Ever since she was three years old she has been fascinated with dino's of all types but most particularly those cute and lovable Hadrosauridae. In an effort to satisfy her inner three year old she set about to create an educational resource for dinosaur lovers worldwide here at DinoPit.com