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Pony pattern Tutorial part 1
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© 2012 - 2019 haiban
This is the tutorial for the pattern that if you look for you won't find since the original artist's account has been deactivated and essentially every thing has gone off of DA now. So enjoy the tutorial for the free pattern!

It's not mine and it's not yours so you can't sell it! (The pattern that is)
So just be a good sport and direct the person wanting the pattern this way!

(Can't figure something out? Need help? Just ask me!)


also can all be found here-> [link]
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CrimsonandShadows's avatar
What is the difference between head back 1and 2, muzzle 1 and 2, and head front 1 and 2?
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GriffinriderStampede's avatar
You can't sell the pattern, or you can't sell what's made FROM the pattern?
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haiban's avatar
haiban| General Artist
you can't SELL the pattern as your own. Using the pattern and selling the end product is perfectly fine.
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bornthiswayfox|Hobbyist General Artist
and how do you do the head excactly?
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haiban| General Artist
(late response sorry) I suggest doing a bit of hand stitching and a lot of pins. Attach to the neck of the body after stitching the nose/face front and when the back is left open.  Or (as later learned from lots of practice with bigger plushies.) latter stitch, simple to do and I suggest done twice around to make sure it stays. practice makes perfect. ^u^
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bornthiswayfox|Hobbyist General Artist
oh like this, thank you very much :)
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bornthiswayfox|Hobbyist General Artist
umm..excuse me, how do you add the horn?
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haiban| General Artist
Lasso stitch or latter stitch (a simple will do for the most part). Attach horn when plushie is finished while figuring out mane placement.
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bornthiswayfox|Hobbyist General Artist
thanks, i did it and it worked :)
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OpalescentArtist|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can this be sewn with a machine? (just asking 'coz if yes I'll get my grandma to make me a Pinkie Pie one :P)
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haiban| General Artist
you can, just have to go slow and not over stitch. It's what tis done in the tutorial, I just prefer to hand sew.
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OpalescentArtist|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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OwOminiaturemiriam's avatar
I wish I could do this the right way... the only things wrong with my plushie I made is that it's legs spread out, and it looks like it has an adam's apple. It's been a year, and I haven't even finished the mane.
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haiban| General Artist
mine do that a lot to, it's how you stuff them I think and how the stretch is, vertical stretch for the body & long ways for the belly. (I prefer fabrics with 2 way stretch if I can or none at all) the adam's apple is probably from not snipping the marker and instead sewing it in, just a guess, I use an overcast stitch so it's what I do unless it's not much of a notch.

And you don't have to sew the mane into the head. Simple stitching works just as well. it just depends on the mane really. and there is no wrong way so long as it is what you intended. how I make my plushies has most of the stitches showing. The only true rule of any sewer is 'Don't. Use. Metallic. Thread.'... well that and don't use permanent marker or anything that bleeds onto fabric, especially bad markers (washable markers are cheap and work wonders!)

umm... sorry for rambling ^u^; I'd love to see it finished! is what I'm trying to say, beside you can always make it a scarf. And a plushie is never perfect the first time around, it's a learning experience.
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OwOminiaturemiriam's avatar
You are a genius! Thank you! (Sorry for the late reply, I have a TON of others...)
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PonyPuffer|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You should call her hodgepodge
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haiban| General Artist
I probably would if it was my pony, but I don't... or at least not yet? (not my tutorial, just sharing it on DA since the original owner went off DA :P)
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Neila078|Hobbyist Digital Artist
after three dang hours i give up. i can not figure out how the heck you arranged the back and front of the head with the ear. :iconexplodeplz:
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Neila078|Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh. i FINALLY got the ears. And now im stuck on the nose.
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Neila078|Hobbyist Digital Artist
nope. when back to the ears. graahhh :iconsobsplz:
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Neila078|Hobbyist Digital Artist
OKAY. NOSE.
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Heartless-Gone-Wild|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How would you attach the wings of a Pegasus to the pony body? Thanks~
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haiban| General Artist
I had made a little thing for that a bit back [link]
let me know if yo need to know anthing else! (or if I need to explain anything. I know I don't make sense sometimes)
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VeryBerrii's avatar
I know the pattern has gone now, but has anyone remade it?
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