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DIY Totoro Plush Tutorial : cheek and stitch

DIY Totoro Plush Tutorial : cheek and stitch
32.9KEmailShare Hello all! Today, I put together a fun tutorial for you: DIY Totoro Plush Tutorial. It’s a little different than the Totoros I made earlier, but still just as cute. The pattern I created is more simple and the materials are cheap and easy to find. The finished plush will be 6.5″ wide and 8″ tall (not including ears or arms). Materials you Will Need 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1 Needle 7. 8. 9. These materials can be found at your local craft store like Michaels, Joann, etc… Ready? Step 1: Download the Totoro Pattern (See materials) and print it out Step 2. Step 3: Cut out cardstock templates: Step 4: Trace templates on felt with pen or chalk pencil: Step 5: Cut out belly, eyes, nose, and belly marks directly on traced line: Step 6: Pin 2 sheets of gray felt (for body) inside traced line before cutting. Step 7: Sew marks onto the belly with black thread using a basic or whip stitch Step 8: Sew pupil on eyes with black thread using a basic or whip stitch: You’re Finished! About The Author

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