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Here's the pattern I use for Scootaloo's mane and tail! Sorry it doesn't have a bottom piece for the top mane but that's literally how I do it ^^;
This pattern will fit the filly pattern I have in my store without re-sizing: www.etsy.com/listing/174951254…

Simply sew each piece together. Leave a space open on the tail and turn inside out then stuff. On the mane only sew the spiked parts and leave the left side open, then place on the back of the head and sew it down. Download for original size.

Enjoy!
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If you have any questions - please, let me know.
I hope you will find this useful.

And... yes, I've made a lot of lapses. Sorry. And for my english too. >_<
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Yay, I finally made that tutorial I promised in my tutorial request poll! :w00t:

So, this is basically an extension/part 2 of my ladder stitch tutorial, which can be found here: [link]

Hope you guys find it useful!

Thanks!

-- :iconmlpplushies:
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The laying version of my MLP pattern.
Absolutely free to use no charge! My only request is that you credit me in your description and that you either send me a message with a link to your creation or link it in the comments below.
I would have had this out much sooner but I've been miserably sick lately so here it is.

INFO;
Standing up version, part names, and more info: xmischief.deviantart.com/art/P…

You make this the same way as you would with a standing plush so, tutorial for plush:
craftside.typepad.com/craftsid…

For those of you who don't know how to sew darts: tinyurl.com/m2fyavn This is all it takes.

Horn pattern and tutorial: beezee-art.deviantart.com/art/…

NOTE seam allowance NOT included.

If there are any questions don't hesitate to ask.
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The pattern for the beanbag plush!

Tutorial part one
Tutorial part two
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Pattern page one: [link]
Pattern page two: [link]

You'll need 1/3 yard of material, matching thread, and the usual sewing equipment (scissors, thread, etc). Machine not required - I sew everything by hand. This makes an 8-inch tall pony, but the pattern can also be enlarged or shrunk; adjust material requirements accordingly.

This is as simple as I can make the pattern and still have it look decent! Anyone who can knows the basics of sewing will be able to use this.

If you don't know how to backstitch or ladder stitch, there are several tutorials here on DA and on YouTube.
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Since I've benefited from so much good advice from tutorials on DA, I've decided to post some of my own, in the interest of helping others and giving back to this awesome community. There are lots of tutorials out there, but I haven't seen one yet for doing Pony Plushie Fetlocks, so I decided to post one. Now, keep in mind this is only how I do Fetlocks; it's probably the most inefficient way to do them, but it worked well on the last stallion I did, so it should work for you!

I am working on Pt 2 now, and it will include how I sew the bottoms of hooves in order to get them looking, well, hoof-shaped. It took me forever to figure it out, and I am still tweaking it. I promise you, it's not magic.

Part 2: [link]
Part 3: [link]

This tutorial assumes that you a) have a pony plushie pattern already, and b) have a basic sewing skillset. I would also highly recommend a sewing machine, but I suppose you could do it by hand (but I don't envy you the hand cramps you're going to have later).

Also, I am in no way endorsing Mountain Dew and M&Ms; they are my sewing snacks of choice, so I had to add them to my tutorial. ;)

MLP:FIM belongs to Hasbro & Ms. Faust; the pattern & method shown are my own creation. If you would like to use my method, go ahead! (I do not give out my pattern, however) Please link back so I can see what you made.

Thanks for looking, and I hope that you find this tutorial useful!
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A really quick "tutorial" on how I attach horns. To go along with my horn tutorial since people were wondering how to attach a horn once they were finished.



I do it with a ladder stitch, if you're curious what kind of stitch it's called. All the way around the base of the born. Though not usually sticking out of a belly :P that's just whatever material was hanging out on my desk.

When you finish sewing all the way around (I sew around twice to try and make sure it's secure) you tie a knot (there's a good tutorial of that here: [link])
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