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Tutorials. DIY: Plush Toadstool. I made this plush toadstool for my friend Faby recently so I took some step by step photos to share with you guys.

DIY: Plush Toadstool

I found an awesome pattern for a toadstool pincushion and blew it up to about 300%. Click here for the original pattern and an illustrated tutorial. DIY: Felt Sugar Skull Sachets. We’ve officially entered our rainy season here in the Pacific Northwest.

DIY: Felt Sugar Skull Sachets

The grey and rainy weather has got me in the mood for crafting and watching movies. How to Make a Kawaii Yeti Monster Plush Softie. Aren't yeti monsters so awesome?

How to Make a Kawaii Yeti Monster Plush Softie

Create Your Own Superhero Soft Toy. Up in the sky, look: It's a bird.

Create Your Own Superhero Soft Toy

It's a plane. It's (your very own) superhero! Learn how to make a fun, super-cute, superhero softie for your favourite little person. Add personalised details for an extra-special gift! Supplies. Fleece Creatures. Today I'm going to share my first tutorial ever!

Fleece Creatures

Confused? Half Past Midnight, A Witch's Cat Free Pattern From Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties. I just love adorable creatures.

Half Past Midnight, A Witch's Cat Free Pattern From Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties

If you do, too then you'll be pleased to know that Lisa Bunting Thoms of Q.D. Patooties has an adorable cat pattern to share. I hope you enjoy making "Half Past Midnight, A Witches Cat". Not So Scary Monsters! How to Easily Sew a Cute Plush Monster. Today I’ll teach you how to sew a basic shaped plush monster.

How to Easily Sew a Cute Plush Monster

In this tutorial we’ll walk trough the entire process step by step. It is not too time consuming and if you already have an idea for a plushie, you’ll need about one or two hours. You need 6 things To begin with, you need a few basic tools. ScissoresA Pen (or Tailor’s chalk)NeddleThread, of courseStuffing (or remnant)Soft Fabric (fleece) And don’t forget to download our free pattern. Links to free monster softie patterns and tutorials.

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Links to free monster softie patterns and tutorials

Felt Forest Friends Keychains/Ornaments. When I started out making these adorable little felt forest friends, my thought was to make them keychains, but after I put the first one together, I thought they would make wonderful Christmas tree ornaments.

Felt Forest Friends Keychains/Ornaments

And wouldn't they also be adorable hanging from a mobile in a nursery?! I am going to run through a quick tutorial on how to make the toadstool mushroom and then you can apply that method to the rest of them. I am also providing you with a downloadable PDF template of all 4 of the basic shapes for you to print out, trace and cut. First, download the template HERE. Stuffed Fabric Turtles (with pattern pieces.

We were shopping around, down in Florida, after we went to the zoo several weeks ago (yes, in Jacksonville…..some of you asked)……..and we stopped by a Pottery Barn Kids store.

Stuffed Fabric Turtles (with pattern pieces

I’m a window shopper. Well, and an inspiration-seeker shopper. Teddy Taggie Blanket. Alice is almost 5 months old. Just the age when they start stuffing everything into their mouths. Despicable Me Stuffed Minion Tutorial. My Husband (and daughter) LOVE Despicable Me. My bother said that he wanted to teach his future children Latin first, and then English. But we joke that we will teach our daughter Minion as her first language, and then English. :) Stuffed Monster Dolls {Party Gift Ideas}

Yo Gabba Gabba Felt Magnets. Since the Boy has just loved his Transportation Magnets, I decided to make him another set. He loves the TV show Yo Gabba Gabba(I have posted about it earlier), so I made him a magnet of each character. I took the liberty of posting my patterns. Keep in mind, these are hand-drawn so they aren't perfect (observe Foofa's ginormous swollen right leg and skinny left leg, oops!) Monster Doll Tutorial - Dragonfly Designs. Felt monsters. My four-year-old and I spent a few happy hours last week designing, cutting out, and sewing up a monster for him.

We had such a great time that I created a free mix-n-match felt monster PDF sewing pattern, which includes five different monster bodies, five different sets of eyes, five mouths, and five different accessories. (Keep reading to download the free pattern!) It’s a pretty cute line-up, right? But this is even cuter: Birds - Salty Pineapple. We have some new spring birds at our house. Not real birds, just colorful fabric ones. Owlivia. Hello Moda Bake Shop Followers,

Three Wise Owls. Oopsie the Octopus. A small scrap of wool felt in white and pink. White, pink and dark brown 6 strand embroidery floss to match. Lobster. March 11, 2006 Meet Tasty, the stuffed kiwa hirsuta. Magnet cockroach. This cockroach has a magnet in its belly. 1.5 inches. Wabbit Tutorial. Happy Easter to all! Caterpillar Softie Tutorial. My eldest son is obsessed with “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”, at barely two he can recite the entire thing from memory, from Eric Carle’s awesome fabric line we now have cushions , aprons and even some pants with his artwork on. So now that he can sleep on it, cook in it and wear it, what comes next?