Body Side is here: sta.sh/09ac2lfxrqm
Print these at 300 DPI and you should get right at a 8" x 10.5" print well within a letter sized paper.
I admit it’s probably not the best, but I tried. Hopefully I’ll get better as time progresses.
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Hey I wanted to credit you I used a piece of your pattern but only the front gusset for the head of my nyx plush it helps make a wider forehead but that's the only piece I used I usually use my own original patterns anyway is it alright with you if I make the front gusset a permanent part of my own patterns? Although I can't credit each and every plush it would be crazy plus I had a bit of a time finding you pls understand.
It is I swear! it would just be so tiring to credit you for every plush pls understand and the reason I don't use patterns other than my own are cause I don't have a sewing machine and cause these patterns kinda confuse me but the front gusset came in sooo handy thank you for that I'll definitely using it in future plushies!
This being such an excellent question and yet, I can't believe I've never posted or even recall taking a picture of the finished product! (I actually finished it right before giving it to a family for their newborn since I finished the tutorials using a different plush much earlier.)
If you watch toward the end of the 4th video, you can get a fairly good idea of what it looks like. I admit it's not as good as my paid patterns: fav.me/da1gdgj fav.me/d9fnbyp But it gives a feel of working with the patterns in general for those new to sewing plushies.