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We showcase plushies inspired by My Little Pony!

GROUP RULES

What we don't accept, and why

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My-Little-Plushie Group Rules by Voodoo-Tiki
Twilight Sparkle
Palm sized Twilight Sparkle beanie by PlushbyLumi
Shoulder Plushie: Twilight Sparkle by BastlerRJ
Life-Sized Plush Princess Twilight Sparkle by PurpleNebulaStudios
Twilight Sparkle by BlueDragonflyPlush
Rarity
Rarity Handmade Custom Plush by Chibi-pets
Palm sized starry eyes Rarity by PlushbyLumi
Rarity plushie by DoctorKoda
Shoulder Plushie: Rarity by BastlerRJ
Fluttershy
Flutterbat Plush by FleeceFriendship
Fluttershy Plush by TrashKitten-Plushies
Plush Fluttershy by kiselan
Laying Fluttershy Plush by PlushbyLumi
Applejack
[sold!] My Little Pony Applejack plushie MLP by Tamlana
[sold!] My Little Pony Coronation Applejack MLP by Tamlana
Shoulder Plushie: Applejack by BastlerRJ
Timberjack Plush by TopPlush
Rainbow Dash
Rainbow Mash by PlushbyLumi
Rainbow Dash by BlueDragonflyPlush
[sold!] My Little Pony Gala Dress Rainbow Dash by Tamlana
Large size Rainbow Dash with faux fur by Epicrainbowcrafts
Pinkie Pie
Palm sized Pinkie Pie by PlushbyLumi
Pink Pony commission by CleverPorcupine
[for sale] My Little Pony Pinkamena/Pinkie Pie MLP by Tamlana
[sold!] My Little Pony Pinkie Pie plushie MLP by Tamlana
Derpy Hooves
Chibi Anthro Pony Derpy Hooves by My-Little-Plush
Derpy Muffins Filly Plush by PurpleNebulaStudios
Derpy Plush - closed wings by FleeceFriendship
Ditzy Doo by CleverPorcupine
The CMC
Sweetie Belle by AllunaCraft
Sweetie Belle for sale by AllunaCraft
Sweetie Belle from CMC. by GingerAle2016
Apple Bloom Plush by FleeceFriendship
Luna or Nightmare Moon
Chibi Luna with Galaxy-printed mane by rtry
Filly Princess Luna Plush with Galaxy Hair! by PurpleNebulaStudios
Life size 70inch(180cm) Princess Luna plush by agatrix
Princess Luna Plush by FleeceFriendship
Celestia or Daybreaker
Shoulder Plushie: Princess Celestia by BastlerRJ
Everypony else--Choose a Subfolder
Anthro Lyra Heartstrings in dress by DoctorKoda
OCs, Crossovers and Ponyfied
Shoulder Plushie: Connie Bloom by BastlerRJ
Gens. 1-3.5
Firefly Pony Plushie by DoctorKoda
Non-pony characters
Group Shots
Fantastic MLP six -plush by agatrix
Patterns and Tutorials
Pony Plush Sewing Pattern by PlanetPlush
Past Contests
Past Contests folder by Voodoo-Tiki
Devious Folder

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My Little Plushie hasn't been a Super Group for about 4 years!  It would be great to do things like update, organize, and add new folders to include new characters, most of which will only be possible with Super Group status.  Plus other cool things. :)

We would need 4,796 points to upgrade for a year.  If you could see your way towards donating a few points to help out, please do so through my account: www.deviantart.com/pinnaclepro…

I've got 100 points to start things off.  Anypony else?

Update (Feb. 6): 270 points so far!  Thanks to those who've donated!  Every bit helps.

I've been working on the gallery, getting submissions sorted into their correct folders.  A lot of stuff was submitted to either incorrect folders, or not sorted into the proper sub-folder.  A big part of the problem is that the folders and sub-folders are out-of-date and need re-organizing so that people know where to submit to.  It's pretty confusing right now. (Speaking as someone who has submitted a lot of deviations herself.)  I'll be able to get things much more streamlined and logically arranged with super group capabilities.  Here's hoping!
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WR33N Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2020
i have a question thought i would ask a sewing group if that's okay maybe someone may know?
Does anyone know where i can buy from that prints designs on minky or fabric used for plushies?
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bookwormsteve Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2020
thanks for letting me join
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Sonic-Spatula Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2019  Student General Artist
Hello!  
I was wondering if any of you in this group wouldn't mind giving me some recommendations?  I friend of mine is getting into plushie making and is wanting some faux fur for her plush.  I looked around on the places I purchase my fabric, but they either don't have any offered, or not the right shades. 
She's looking for some fur that would match the 'Mango' minky color, and hopefully also one to match 'Banana'. (shannon colors)  I'm not sure what length she wants but a goodly length for a fox tail.  Kind of feathery?
If anyone has any recommendations I would be appreciative!  Thank you so much! 
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BlueDragonflyPlush Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2019  Professional General Artist
Sorry to take so long to reply!

While I haven't personally used faux fur, I've looked around, and the site that seems to have the best selection of colors is fursuitsupplies.com.  Samples are available, too.  Unfortunately, they always seem to be out of stock of a lot of their colors.

Another option to look into would be dying the faux fur.  There are tutorials out there.  Mainly it would require a dye formulated for synthetics.  This is a more messy, advanced process, but could result in the best results for matching colors.

I wish I could be more help!
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Sonic-Spatula Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2019  Student General Artist
Thank you so much!  I'll bookmark that for myself in case I ever have a need for faux fur.  I asked epicrainbowcrafts and he gave me a couple suggestions, so my friend has happily purchased her fabric and it is on the way.  ^^  
Thank you again for the suggestion, and taking the time to research and get back to me!  I really appreciate it. :D
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WR33N Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2019
hi i have a question if anyone knows a good site that sells great minky i plan to do plsuhies again and i would love to restock my fabrics with more colors it's been years the last i ordered mine from a site and i can't think where i got them from,could anyone lmk a good minky site to get the fabric from? 
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BlueDragonflyPlush Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2019  Professional General Artist
My two favorite suppliers are fabric.com and theminkyboutique.com 
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WR33N Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2019
Thank you so much 
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Remiaro Featured By Owner Edited May 10, 2019  Student General Artist
Hello!

I have been learning to sew recently, but I have one large problem: my family currently doesn't have a working sewing machine.

So, what are some good sewing machine models that are recommended for plush artists?
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BlueDragonflyPlush Featured By Owner Edited May 26, 2019  Professional General Artist
Do you want to use a machine only for sewing plushies together?  Or do you want to get into embroidery, too?

For sewing, you can get a very simple, basic machine.  It's pretty easy to find machines for under 100 dollars.  Walmart has a Brother for 76.

Look at some of the less expensive machines, and check out reviews.

All you'll need to be able to do is straight stitches and zig-zag.  Other decorative and utility stitches probably aren't necessary.  A machine with an automatic threader is not strictly required. but it's super duper convenient, and I'd recommend it.

If you want to try embroidery, many start with the Brother SE400.  It's nice because it can be used either as a sewing machine or for embroidery.  If you want to try the latter, you'll also have to get and learn to use software to design your embroidery. (Unless you'd prefer purchasing designs already made for you--look on Etsy for these.)

You can often find great deals on craigslist.  However, I have a sort of wacky theory that sewing machines imprint on their first owner, and when you get one second-hand, (even if they say it works perfectly) it will give you trouble for a while until it gets used to you.  (Kidding--sort of).  
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