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Alpaca Softie Pattern

I wish I had some alpaca yarn right about now. :c

This pattern, like all the other patterns I EVER make, can be found right here.

In other frustrations, is it softie or stuffie? What the f*ck are the kids callin' 'em these days? Wharrgarbl.

EDIT: Alpaca /= Llama. Mislabel has been corrected.
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Xeerinare's avatar
What the heck is a softie or stuffie? XD I just go with plush it's a good universal term. :3
Korvuus's avatar
My friend, ~MexemoVamp wants to know if she can edit it into a dragon and sell them?
Waift's avatar
Seeing as she hasn't replied, the answer is most likely no. Even modified, it is still her pattern.
Korvuus's avatar
True. I do recall a reply on here awhile back to somebody who asked...thanks:D
xXKawaiiInuXx's avatar
So kawaii!
*・゜゚・*:.。..。.:*・'(*゚▽゚*)'・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*
Rainbowbubbles's avatar
I want to try making my own alpaca, thanks for posting, I can't wait to try this out!! ; u ;
TheBebeGirl's avatar
May I edit this if I make one for myself? Tis very cute...but I'd like to puff out the face a bit and add some dimention to the head in general...

I've only every heard stuffie, and squishy (plushies if plush fabric)
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xxKimmy's avatar
Love it <3 one of my uncles lives in Peru so if I have the chance I will make one for my cousins :love:
SirLemoncurd's avatar
I was looking for something just like this! brilliant!
I've drawn some deer that I've been thinking about making plushies of, but I wasn't sure of how to work out the pattern. this will be a great guideline :3
naturallycomplex's avatar
It's really cute! Thanks :D
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WhiteCrowMoon's avatar
I've heard most people call it a plushie when they are into anime. And a Stuffed Animal when they're not into Anime.
audse's avatar
Thats question: Where do you sew?
I might just be weird let me look at this again...
quexthemyuu's avatar
Hi. ^^ I'm not sure this is the right answer to the question, but;

After you've traced the paper pieces onto your fabric, you'll need to add a seam allowance. That means cutting the fabric pieces some determined distance on the outside of the traced lines, like 1/4 inch or so. Then when you go to sew, you can put the stitches right on the line you traced, 1/4 inch in from the cut edge of the fabric. (You can use a wider seam allowance if you're using fabric that unravels easily.)

...does that make any sense? o.o?
audse's avatar
in reverse...cant you just cut 2?
quexthemyuu's avatar
If your fabric has a right side and a wrong side, you need to reverse the paper template before tracing the second copy. Otherwise you can't match the pieces up right side to right side when you go to sew the pieces together, and half of your finished toy will be wrong-side out. :<
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