You can purchase this pattern on Etsy: Anthro Pony Mare Biped Plushie Pattern 09#0
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Some people have been waiting a while for this pattern, therefore I apologize for the wait! I still plan to further develop this pattern and derivatives with some fairly advanced techniques already in progress, so be on the lookout. But for now, I present Biped Pattern 09! Also be sure to check out my Pony Mare Stallion Plushie Sewing Pattern 27: www.etsy.com/listing/278951436… fav.me/da1gdgj
This pattern, (two PDF documents), includes a basic set of instructions on 4 pages and 3 pages of pattern pieces which include:
►Head pieces (including ears)
►2 options for open pegasi wings
►Closed pegasi wings
(Manes, tails, and/or embroidery designs not included.)
This pattern is designed to work with minky fabric or any fabric with a similar stretch. Using different fabrics will likely yield different results. The instructions assume some basic knowledge of sewing, but the pattern itself isn’t particularly a beginner pattern. Nevertheless, I’ve made tutorials available to help with that! At the moment, my tutorials general only cover general quadruped patterns, but share the same concepts.
The resulting plush size should be approximately 15.5" (39.4 cm) tall from hoof bottom to top of head when the pattern is printed at 100% actual size.
H25, B09, UB09 explained: ‘H’ = my head pattern, ‘B’ = body side, and “UB” = belly and under-legs. Numbers represent the respective version of each part.
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►A working sewing machine
►Hemostats (for stuffing)
►Poly pellets, some small gravel, or 1/16" thick semi-flexible plastic
►Doll/teddy bear joints
►Insulated copper wire or hobby wire to support wings if necessary
►1/2 a yard of minky fabric (or similar preferred fabric)
►Polyester fiber fill stuffing (or preferred stuffing)
►Needle, thread, and pins. (Of course! ^_^)
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You can use this pattern for unlimited personal purposes and/or limited commercial purposes, (limit of 60 plushies per calendar year). You can make alterations, modifications, and changes to this pattern for personal use. Credit given to me, Adam L. Humphreys, for use of this pattern, in part or whole, would be very much appreciated!
Any digitally downloaded documents, patterns, and files, (including but not limited to PDF files and embroidery files), may not be sold, reproduced, freely distributed, or used for production by a company, factory, or manufacturer.
I shall not be held liable for any injuries or damages incurred as a result of using this pattern or instructions. Just be careful and always use common sense.
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I have a question about Anthro Pony Mare Biped Plushie Pattern 09
I bout the pattern, and i can see in the pictures and on the pattern a blue dotted line that starts by the dart and head towards the under belly. I know it give the butt definition..
However there are no instructions on how to achieve it. What do i do with that dotted blue line to make things happen as they should?
I will take anyone's help if they have made one of these wonderful ponies
Hello, and thank you for your purchase!
That would be in Cutting the Fabric, step 1, although technically it's far from the first step, so I probably would've done well to notate it elsewhere. ^^
But that blue dotted line represents where to place a needle sculpt. Similar to what's in this video, except part of the thread goes outside the fabric as well across the dotted line which forms the crease: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQBY5pv0umc
Hope that helps!
Is there anyway you could post a short little video, to illustrate a bit more visually how the pieces go together? I don't think a full on tutorial is necessary, (it doesn't have to be super detailed) but just something that can show how the pieces (especially the legs) get sewn would be super appreciated.
Thanks so much!
There’s also this journal post form someone else who has purchased my pattern on which I commented: fav.me/db7mnvp
Let me know if one of these helps! As in the comment, I’ve been meaning to make some clarification videos. (At the moment, I have videos waiting to be processed and posted, and a couple of things to fix in addition to painting. So if I don’t respond in a day or so, I’m probably fairly busy, weekend or not. Gotta take advantage of the nice weather before it rains again.)
Also, if you have a preferred supplier, please share.
Interestingly, last time I checked, Hobby Lobby seems to have the best price for joints, and they're all I've ever bought them from. I didn't know they sold armatures! No preference there, but that looks like a good price to me.
Also, apologies for the delay!
I have actually been trying to adapt your Pony Mare Stallion Plushie Sewing Pattern 27 to a biped for about a month now. I'm trying to make a Christmas tree topper based on Season 6 Episode 8 A Hearth's Warming Tale where Derpy sits of top of the tree.
Obviously, my work is not as nice as yours. Still, it managed to come out fairly well.
I do like the use of the joints for the arms. Your legs also have the nice advantage that you leave a wide open area for drawing the cutie marks.
I would suggest widening the body from the chest to the neck. Right now it seems like the hips are wider than they should be.
Overall, I enjoyed the pattern, and I hope to see what you produce next.
I went with a pear shape, but I probably should look into a balance. Wide hips do have a tendency to bug me when conjoined with a wide bust and too thin of a waist.
Thank you for your feedback!