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Witch Legs Doorstop
By Kevin Kosbab
No wicked witch will darken your doorstep when she sees these legs caught under your door. An eyelet lace skirt protects our departed witch’s dignity, and her felt boots are embellished with tiny buckles.Just in time for Halloween!
Fabric— 4" × 6" piece of striped cotton fabricfor legs (shown: red and white stripe)— 6" of eyelet lace trim (shown: 2 3/8"wide)— 1/8 yd wool felt or wool-blend felt,36" wide or 9" × 12" rectangle(shown: black)
Other Supplies— Templates:— Boot Side (A)— Boot Sole (B)— Polyester fiberfill (or cotton or woolstuffing)— 2 ribbon buckles (see Notes; shown:½" × ½")— Embroidery floss to match felt— Hand embroidery needle
Notes— The buckles shown on the samplewere found in the scrapbookingembellishments section of a craftstore. If you can’t find similarbuckles, you could use gray ormetallic embroidery floss toembroider a square buckle onto thefelt boots.
— Though this doorstop is primarilyintended for decorative use, densestuffing will help the wedge hold adoor better. Cotton, kapok, or woolstuffing may work better thanpolyester for this. If the doorstoptends to slide on hard floors, tack asmall piece of rug or shelf liner tothe bottom of the wedge.
Finished Size2 ¼" × 2" × 10"