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1  Hello Kitty meets Totoro! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Speks on: December 12, 2012 12:00:26 PM




I needed to find something to make as a Christmas gift for my new mother-in-law, and when I saw a Hello Kitty in a Totoro costume on Etsy I knew I needed to make a plush version! MIL loves both characters and is decorating a room in a Hello Kitty theme, so this is PERFECT. Cheesy It is about 30 inches tall.

Totoro is for my new brother-in-law. I hope he likes it! It is about 20 inches. Both of them took forever!
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2  Totoro Quilt -- my first attempt at quilting. in Quilting: Completed Projects by Speks on: December 12, 2012 11:45:08 AM


I made this quilt (I use that term loosely, it's no where near worthy to be here with the other quilts in this gallery!) as a Christmas gift. It is almost all flannel, minus the cotton for the belly, nose, and corduroy for the soot sprite. I designed the pattern and made it in about a week, putting in a lot of hours each day. It is entirely machine quilted, and done using 12 inch squares. The eyes, nose, mouth, and soot sprite are hand appliqud. It ended up covering the top of a queen sized bed. The back is done with a kawaii print flannel. It is SO cozy! The person receiving it loves, loves, loves Totoro so hopefully she will appreciate it.
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