There may be errors in the text, because English isn't my first language. I still hope tutorial would give you even a hints about the making of this plushie.
The sewing of the cat’s head would happen very similar like this raichu’s head-parts: [link] , done by .
I had the problem with the right size of the patterns. Even every pattern-piece would fit on the normal A4-paper, they tend to come out a little too small. Keep that in mind while printing out the patterns.
If you want to make the whiskers to the cat, there are several tutorials in the net. Here are some of them: [link] [link] [link]
I feel this thing is in serious need of an overhaul. In the years since I first put this together, I have tweaked and streamlined and refined my approach entirely, and these steps no longer reflect how I personally make these. But as I already have enough things on the go, redoing this'll just get added to the 'shit I will get around to eventually' pile. So you folks get to deal with this ugly thing until Chimera stops being lazy.
2012-12-16: This has received a lot of attention over the past few days. Where are all you people coming from? Chim is curious. Apparently the recent waves of faves are the result of this Facebook post.
If the download doesn't work for you, NOTE ME with your e-mail address (unless you want your e-mail address to be visible to everybody) and I'll send you the file.
A Note on Selling These: Yes, you may, so long as you provide links to this tutorial for other people. Spread the dragony love, people. Spread the dragony love.
The tutorial says not to use wire for these, but it can be done. Sort of. You have to cut out a bunch of the steps to make it work though.
If you find anything screwy with it, or any parts which you don't understand or want clarified, let me know.
2011-03-14: My third DD! I will read every comment and do my best to reply, even if it does take me a while to get around to them all, and I appreciate each and every fave. Much thanks to `FantasyStock for the feature.