So how do I print a pattern larger or smaller? This is one of my most frequently asked questions, so here’s a quick guide on how to print patterns larger or smaller. You can print any of my patterns on any home printer, regular sized paper. When you click File>Print (or Ctrl+P), you can adjust the percentage desired in these settings. For a plush twice
For free download are Pikachu plushie sewing pattern and D.va bunny Overwatch plushie sewing patterns! You can also use this sewing pattern to make bunny rabbit stuffed animals. I made these so they are very simple and fast to make, even for beginners :D I will teach you how to sew darts, how to ladder stitch, how to topstitch, and other basic stitches. The sewing pattern
I’m happy to announce my newest sewing plush pattern release, an advanced-level dragon pattern! It has a swirly serpent base that can be sewn either left or right, and a pack full of horns, arms, legs, and fur that can be sewn anywhere you like :) This pattern has taken me months to perfect, that curled shape was just so tricky. But worth it, you
In this video, I’ll teach you how to thread joint legs to a body, using my new Pocket Deer pattern :) This a a great technique to use for poseable plush that have legs that are too small for cotter pin or plastic joints. You can make your own miniature deer stuffed animal with my complete sewing pattern and instructions here!
If you don’t have an embroidery machine, you can still make gorgeous eyes on your plush using the applique method on your sewing machine! You can use this technique to easily add cute faces to your Cat Roll plush: Materials needed: Sewing machine, ballpoint/stretch needle, non-fraying fabric such as felt or suede (or use “fray check” on fraying/shredding fabric), tear-away interfacing (I like to use
Learn how to make your animal plush have a turning head using plastic safety joints! Materials needed: Safety joint set a bit smaller than the diameter of the neck piece (just subtract seam allowance) – this should be 3 pieces: one stem, one washer, and one connector. If you are using my Chibi Lion pattern, 40-45mm) One plush head and body. The body should have