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Plush Stuffing Tutorial

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This tutorials covers a few simple details about stuffing. It can be a little more involved than meets the eye, especially when the eye can’t see it.
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meplushyou's avatar
It's so nice of you to make all the tutorials! It's very clear and I still love your voice xD <3

I own hemostats and I've actually never thought about using them for plushie stuffing - gotta try this out now! Thanks :3
adamlhumphreys's avatar
:XD: Glad some people do. ^^

And awesome! :)
waterseasun3's avatar
Thanks for your tutorial it helps to know how to do this tail.
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TwilightIsMagic's avatar
Awesome. It's actually helpful, even for someone who is no plushie maker. As a person who had to stuff pins into things for about six hours straight with nothing but his hands, I can assure ye that the hemostat, or something to hold the pins effectively with in general, can help a whole lot. Also, nice trick with fluffing the fabric near the seam.

P.S. Dat pie pun. Maud Pie isn't easy as pie indeed.
adamlhumphreys's avatar
Glad to hear! :D
Yes, it's bad enough to pin stuff together with hands. Hands just have so much more control, but tiny stuff can be a pain. :O

:XD: I thought about that too. Interest to note that I had wrote that before even knowing when I was going to finally make this tutorial. :D
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