How Sew Small Softie Parts Together (the Easy Way) — whileshenaps.com. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my newsletter to hear about the best in sewing, blogging, and business from around the web each week.
Pip the Pig is making his debut today as the first Abby Glassenberg Design pattern of 2014. Happy New Year and welcome, Pip! In celebration of Pip's pattern release, I want to share an easy way to sew small softie parts together. This is the technique I use to sew Pip's hooves. The pink hoof on Pip is small and cut from velour, a pretty thick plush fabric. How to Make a Kawaii Yeti Monster Plush Softie. Aren't yeti monsters so awesome?
Over on Vectortuts, you can learn how to make the vector illustration of a cute yeti monster. Now in this tutorial, you'll learn how to turn the illustration into a real life 3D softie. When finished, it will be around 25cm (10 inches) tall. It makes a great gift for kids or any monster lover. Let's get started! Supplies. Free Stuffed Toy Pattern. Free Plush Pattern: Tiny Kitty — whileshenaps.com. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my newsletter to hear about the best in sewing, blogging, and business from around the web each week.
Meow! Tiny Kitty is here to say hello. She fits in a tea cup! Sew her from a single pattern piece. Yep, she’s made from a circle. Ready to make one? Gather your supplies. Download the pattern templateTiny Kitty Pattern. Cut two circles. Use an awl or the tip of a scissors to poke holes for the safety eyes. Attach the eyes. Now let’s make the ears and tail so they’ll be ready for later… Cut 6 half circles. Sew two ears and one tail. Make a running stitch all the way around the circle with the eyes. Roll some stuffing into a ball. Now you have this! Time to work on the body… Fold the body circle in half. Fold the stitched section to the center.
Plush Patchwork Pumpkin Tutorial. Yesterday, I shared a quick and easy tutorial for creating elegant, vintage-inspired decoupaged lace pumpkins that are absolutely perfect to punch up your Halloween decor.
If you’re in the market, though, for a pumpkin project that you can display throughout the fall season, today’s tutorial–Plush Patchwork Pumpkins (try saying that three times fast!) –might be right up your alley! The beauty of this pattern is that it can be assembled using scraps you already have on hand, and it comes in 3 versatile sizes: small (5.5″ across), medium (7″ across) and large (8.5″ across). The sewing portion of this project is lightning-quick, and before you know it, you’ll have an entire patch of these beauties whipped up. You want to make plushies? Tips and resources list by MagnaStorm on deviantART. Luma Plush Tutorial by clearkid on deviantART. Cubed Bunny Plush ∙ How To by aiwa on Cut Out. Polymer clay charms;tutorials ;and products.
Fun with felt!! How To Make A Kawaii Mochi Plushie Tutorial. Today we are making these really kawaii mochi plushies.
I think this makes a great gift and you can turn them into little keychains, cellphone charms and even huge pillows. Mochi is a very famous Japanese dessert and they were also featured in Clannad the anime and renamed as Dango :) So in other words, you have yourself a mochi/dango plushie tutorial! Giant Yoshi Plush. I started out by buying a small Yoshi stuffed animal so that I could take him apart and create my pattern.
(Don't worry, I sewed him back together at the end) To take the toy apart I just started by snipping one of the seams and pulling out the thread. I didn't cut any of the fabric since I needed everything in tact to create the pattern. Once I had all of the pieces taken apart, I ironed them flat, pinned them to paper and traced out the shapes. I labeled everything and took a lot of pictures so I would be able to figure out how it went back together.
I tested out my new pattern by making a small yoshi, the same size as the one I bought, and everything went together great :) Next I scanned my pattern into photoshop, traced it in illustrator so I would have clean lines, and blew it up 600%! Over 100 Free Stuffed Animal Sewing Patterns at AllCrafts.net. Online Since 2000 FreeCrafts Free Holiday Crafts Sewing & Quilting Crochet & Knitting More AllCrafts Over 100 Free Stuffed Animal Sewing Patterns at AllCrafts.net Sew an entire menagerie of stuffed animals with our photo gallery of 100+ free stuffed animal sewing patterns.
Toy Making Tips & Tutorials. 263 Free Stuffed Animal & Teddy Bear Sewing Patterns. How to Make a Kawaii Yeti Monster Plush Softie. Cute DIY Felt Plushies. May 27, 2013 | Posted in Cute Crafts On Kao-ani you can find a tutorial on how to make your own Buru Buru Dog felt plush, but maybe you’ve crafted him already.
Lately I’ve seen many other cute plushies around the web and wanted to share some with you. 1. Little Bird Hanger by RevoluzZa – It’s in German but the pictures make it easy to understand. 2. DIY Totoro Plush by Cheek and Stitches 3. If you’re looking for more tutorials, or would like to make some cute amigurumi animals, please visit my crafts links page. Other crafts that don’t really fall into the plushies category, but are very cute nonetheless: