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« Reply #300 on: April 07, 2006 10:09:37 AM »

^^ I figured that out right after posting the post Tongue lol.

Ive made my own little bunny. But it looks like a monster Tongue Its really .. pointy. And the sewing is NOT good, because our sewing machine is sent from hell, and my sewing skills are NOT good. AND its so freakin' small that I had problems with sewing it Tongue  And the poor little thing doesnt have eyes or a nose. AND NO ARMS :0 cause I only could find one of the 4 arm pices Tongue (I found it afterwards trough)
So yees Tongue

But great pattern. And everyone elses stuffies looks so super cute<3
« Reply #301 on: April 07, 2006 02:59:58 PM »

omg i want them all! im still a litle confised about the pattern but ill try anyway...now to get some nice fabric Tongue


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« Reply #302 on: April 21, 2006 09:03:50 PM »

Man, I just made my own zombie cat plushie yesterday, and I drafted a new pattern today. This post is awesome, I actually saved that japanese pattern quite a while ago but never bothered to make it. Now that I'm all in a plushie-making mood, I think I'll have to try it. You guys made so much adorable stuff! And btw, I really love the sewing stars website, everything you make is so cute!

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« Reply #303 on: April 21, 2006 10:07:39 PM »

If you having trouble understanding the Japanese on the pattern pieces, maybe this will help!  Wink

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« Reply #304 on: May 06, 2006 07:24:41 PM »

Thank you, Sewing Stars, for the pattern. I made one today for our niece's birthday, the first of many from this pattern, I'm sure.

I admire your embroidery even more now that I've tried it and failed miserably (note the button eyes)!

Here's another, made for a swap. I tried to match her cat and think I did a pretty good job, if I do say so myself!

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« Reply #305 on: May 18, 2006 08:17:06 PM »

i finished mine...not thrilled with it [but when am i ever?!]  i had some head-attachment difficulties, and the teeny tail and arms were really hard to turn and stuff.  meh.  i'll try again sometime.  i haven't taken a picture yet, but i will post it when i do.  these are all adorable but i especially love the black one with the biiiiig eyes.

alright, here she is.  i think i shall call her penelope.  her head's kinda pointy and arms are all over the place, not to mention the visible stitches. 

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« Reply #306 on: May 20, 2006 04:01:55 PM »

Thank you, Sewing Stars, for the pattern. I made one today for my niece's birthday, the first of many from this pattern, I'm sure.

I admire your embroidery even more now that I've tried it and failed miserably (note the button eyes)!

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« Reply #307 on: May 30, 2006 05:15:22 AM »

This is only my second stuffed creature ever, so it's not too bad (although not as good as I would have hoped!)

After several tries, I finally got the patterns to print at the right size - and the head still seems big to me!  Sewing the head on was the hardest part.  It came out pretty floppy, so I used some fabric glue to keep it in place a little better.

A lot more detail about the process can be read at my blog.
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« Reply #308 on: May 30, 2006 06:58:25 AM »

Ok, I have been looking at this thread for a while and have finally tried one of these stuffies for myself.  

I wanted to make a squirrel, and found some fabric at Joann's that had squirrels and other small forrest animals on it.  The pattern wasn't too hard to figure out, but I also had trouble with the head being floppy.  I think this squirrel turn out a little unsettling looking.  I am almost afraid to be alone in the same room with it.

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« Reply #309 on: June 30, 2006 07:04:27 AM »

it's beyond imperfection, but I like it

I used corduroy from old pants - it stuffs really well.
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