How to Make a Suffolk Puff (or Yo-Yo) with Jennie Rayment
Fun Projects for Children • Educational, G, 07-Nov-2019
Suffolk puffs are often used to decorate quilts and other textile projects. They are wonderful, simple and create a great 3D effect. Also they are a perfect use of fabric scraps. The ideas of how you can use them will impress you.
This has been taken from a longer video on how to make a Yo-Yo Caterpillar. So, you can find this video by clicking here. Also there is Yo-Yo Santa and lots of other available toys.
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