If you add the toy stuffing in big clumps it will make the toy lumpy. This is because there are gaps between the pieces of stuffing and the stuffing is not spread evenly. At first it might take you a bit longer to stuff your toys if you use smaller clumps, but try it - it makes a big difference!
The small parts of your toy, like the tips of the hands and ends of the legs (the feet?) might still have gaps or soft parts if the toy stuffing doesn't get into these ares to fill them enough. If this happens, you need to use even smaller bits of toy stuffing. Here you can see that I used the small bits of toy stuffing when I stuffed my Kawaii Teddy's legs and even smaller bits for his arms!
Take a look at your toy before you begin stuffing it and decide which parts to start stuffing first.
I begin stuffing the smallest parts of the toy first - like ears, hands, feet and tail. Then I stuff bigger parts of the toy - like arms and legs. Lastly I stuff the biggest parts of the toy - like the head and body. This helps to make sure that ALL areas of the toy get stuffed well as you go along.
Different types of toy stuffing can be used for different types of toys. For example, you might like to use one kind of toy stuffing for baby toys and something else for a toy that will be for display only (that won't be played with!). I use lots of types - cotton, bamboo and wool stuffing but the toy stuffing that I use MOST OF THE TIME is polyester toy fill. I like it because:
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