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Log Sewing Pattern – DIY embroidery sewing pattern for log soft toy – wood branch soft toy tutorial

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    • Illustrated step by step sewing pattern and tutorial
    • 10 page illustrated e-book with tips and techniques for embroidering and sewing felt
    • US Imperial/Metric measurement
    • Finished size approx. 3.75”/9cm long
    • Suitable for all levels


    Felt sewing and embroidery pattern for a mini log soft toy.

    It’s log, it’s log! This log is not big or heavy, but soft and squidgey and makes the perfect accompaniment to a woodland playset. It also makes a beautiful ornament to sit on a shelf.

    This listing is for a hand sewing pattern and tutorial with step-by-step instructions and colour photographs. It also includes a 10 page e-book with tips and techniques for embroidering on felt. Pattern templates are printed full size. The files will be available for instant download as soon as payment is processed.

    This sewing pattern is perfect for beginners and advanced alike. All stitches are illustrated in the e-book along with tips on materials and transferring designs.

    The log is approximately 3.75”/9cm long.

    Pattern pieces are full size (no enlarging needed) and can be printed on A4 or US Letter paper. Check file names for which format you will be printing in. All other files will print perfectly on A4 or US Letter.

    To see the other animals in the singing woods click on Maker Magpie above. (Below the pattern name.)

    This pattern is copyright Caroline Walshe, 2014. Please note these patterns are for personal use only. You can make as many as you like to keep or give away but are not licensed to sell anything from this pattern. Please respect my copyright and do not distribute this pattern or the accompanying notes.

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    Materials you need at home:

    • Dark brown, light brown and green felt – a half sheet of each: 5” x 8” or A5 size
    • Light brown, cream and dark brown embroidery thread
    • A wee bit of stuffing