Especially Terrific Creature Toy Sewing Pattern
These creatures are colorful, full of personality and texture, and fun to make! With several options included, you can make your own unique stuffed creature toy! I've included ideas for boys & girls, and even an option for making a little Viking Creature! They are wonderful for children big and small! Make them from fleece and other new or recycled fabrics. Finished size is 15-16 inches tall, counting the long legs and top loops!
The pattern includes the list of materials needed, full sized pattern pieces, lots of detailed instructions and step by step photos. Perfect for advanced beginners or intermediate skill levels
*Sewing Pattern PDF *Detailed Instructions *Step by Step Photos *Full Size Pattern Pieces *Written in US English *US Standard Measurements
*Suitable for advanced beginner or intermediate skill level.
Materials you need at home:
*Things you will need (if making like turquoise creature)
*12 X 16 inch piece of FABRIC A (turquoise fleece) *12 X 14 inch piece of FABRIC B (polka dot cotton print) *8 X 11 inch piece of FABRIC C (green fleece) *8 X 11 inch piece of FABRIC D (striped cotton print) *8 X 10 inch piece of FABRIC E (orange fleece)
*Three or more 8 inch lengths of ric rac in various
widths for tummy trim
* 2 ½ X 5 inch piece of white felt for eyes
*12 inch length of yarn for mouth
*12 inch length of yarn for nose
*Optional: (2) 5/8 inch buttons and (1) 3/8 inch shank
button can be substituted for felt eyes and yarn nose if being made for a child older than 3
*Embroidery thread for eyes (I used DMC #5 Coton Perle) *Embroidery thread or other strong thread (I used Coats & Clark Button & Craft Thread) to hand sew felt eyes *Sewing thread to match fabric *Optional: invisible thread to sew ric rac *Fiberfill *Scissors *Sewing needles and pins *Paper pattern *Sewing machine
*Optional: 4 X 5 inch rectangle of cellophane or other crinkle material to give your creature’s tail a crinkle sound
I've been sewing and crafting since I was a little girl growing up on a small farm in the woods of northern Minnesota, USA. In recent years I have focused on creating whimsical patterns that are inspired by my love of nature.