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on: October 12, 2006 12:55:34 PM 
Started by meshell, Message by Eliea
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I finally made the elephants. I used some left over grey fleece that I had form another stuffie project. I started out with the pattern the actaul size you showed it becasue I wans;t sure I'd have enough and my little baby elephant was born. And with some careful manuvering and resizing and pinning made her a mother elephant. The only problem I had is the legs go way wide with fleece.  I guess becasue it streches so much. So I put some gathers in it between the legs and fixed teh issue.
I can't wait to give them to my aunt. I'm going to make them little blankets for cover thier backs and I have yet to but something to glue them too so they'll stand up all the time. I'm thinking a wooden award plaque and some hot glue. Smiley I added tusks to my momma. Smiley


Here's the baby on my hand for scale.

I so love these little guys! Thanks so much for sharing this pattern!
Oh and if these strech the borad I'm so sorry! I thought I resized them.
 
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on: March 13, 2007 07:06:12 PM 
Started by meshell, Message by estilosa
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This is the second one I made. I made this one for my baby son. Thanks for the great tutorial!

I don't have Photoshop so I used Microsoft Word to enlarge the pattern. Just so you know, I went with a 375% increase. This made the elephant come out to about 7 inches high.

 The first one I made is below and was corduroy and much harder to work with! GO WITH FELT!
 
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on: February 21, 2012 07:18:09 AM 
Started by meshell, Message by kapora
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I realize this is a very old post but I wanted to thank you for sharing the pattern!

I made two elephants for my 7 month old with this pattern out of my old maternity jeans.




 
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on: November 19, 2006 02:19:41 PM 
Started by meshell, Message by kategirl
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I made a mini one, about 3 inches tall.  I had to do some funky sewing on this belly to make his legs stand up straight, but I'm still happy with him.



thanks for the pattern!
 
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on: March 12, 2005 01:50:59 PM 
Started by meshell, Message by meshell
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Hi, everyone!  This is my first post with a completed project.  I thought anyone who liked elephants would enjoy these!

I have to admit, this was something I saw in Family Circle, but I did alter them a little...  They were Christmas gifts for mom and boyfriend (at the time).  I hope no one else posted this!

They are 100% wool felt with polyfil for stuffing.

http://img334.echo.cx/img334/5449/ele4ic.jpg

butt!


What do you think?  I'd be happy to describe the process of how they were made if anyone is interested.

Edit:  Eliea (thank you!) still had the pattern (my old computer died, which is why I  couldn't repost it for everyone who had asked), so I'm reposting it to my original post!
 
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on: August 07, 2007 07:10:50 PM 
Started by meshell, Message by Eliea
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for those still looking at this thread here's the pattern picture for you:
 
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on: December 03, 2010 06:34:12 AM 
Started by meshell, Message by joopvon
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Hi i would like to share my  elephant which i use the pattern from here and apply to be Thai style.

 
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