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Pony Mare Stallion Plushie Sewing Pattern 27

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:iconetsyplz: You can purchase this pattern on Etsy: Pony Plushie Sewing Pattern 27 #0

It's the newer version of my Pony Mare Plushie Pattern 21 And it's the same one I used for Derpy 1 & 2, Twilight 2, and minutely newer than what I used for Bernie.

Also see my anthro pony pattern on Etsy: Anthro Pony Mare Biped Plushie Pattern 09#0


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──◊──┤ Description: ├──◊──

Some people have told me I’m good at teaching and helping others learn. While that may be true, I personally enjoy trying and teaching myself new things as well. So, to enable me push pattern development further with ponies and otherwise, I present Pattern 27, my most used and tried pattern to date! This is a newer pattern than my Pattern 21 and also includes a stallion among other additions.

This pattern, (two PDF documents), includes a basic set of instructions on 6 pages and 12 pages of pattern pieces which include:
►Body pieces (regular and raided hoof variant)
►Head pieces (two variants for the stallion)
►Unicorn horn (newer than my previous Pattern 21)
►2 options for open pegasi wings
►Closed pegasi wings
►Bow Tie with Collar accessory
(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! :D

The resulting mare plush size should be approximately 13.5" (34.3 cm) when the pattern is printed at 100% actual size. Stallion plush size should be approximately 14" (36.6 cm) at 100%.

H25, B27, UB23, E03 explained: ‘H’ = my head pattern, ‘B’ = body side, “UB” = underbelly and under-legs, and ‘E’ = ear. Numbers represent the respective version of each part.


──◊──┤ Materials and Tools: ├──◊──

Recommendations:
►A working sewing machine
►Hemostats (for stuffing)
►Quilt batting
►Poly pellets or some small gravel
►Insulated copper wire or hobby wire to support wings if necessary

Requirements:
►1/2 a yard of minky fabric (or similar preferred fabric)
►Polyester fiber fill stuffing (or preferred stuffing)
►Needle, thread, and pins. (Of course! ^_^)
►Fabric marker/pen


──◊──┤ Usage Policy: ├──◊──

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.


──◊──┤ The Future: ├──◊──

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Image size
4300x4595px 1.04 MB
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D5000
Shutter Speed
1/250 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
55 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Apr 9, 2016, 2:19:59 PM
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Angelic-Shield's avatar
so i assume hand stitching is possible with this? o3o
aaah sorry i'm new to plushies so right now a sewing machine is too expensive for me and i'm afraid of asking stupid questions qvq
another one- would fleece work? minky seems to be quite hard to find for me for some reason