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Custom handmade My Little Pony OC plush - Scarlet by SugarcubeCherry Custom handmade My Little Pony OC plush - Scarlet by SugarcubeCherry
My beautiful OC girl, Scarlet. 

Sewing pattern is developed my me. She is entirelly hand-sewn. She is about 36 cm ( 14,4" ) tall. Her body is made of ivory, her maine and of scarlet minky. Her eyes, cutie mark, and the details on the hair are machine embroided with Brother SE400 embroidery machine and Madeira Rayon thread. All files were digitised by me. 

She has poly pelets in her feet so she can stand more stable on her own. She has a rare earth magnet in her mouth, that allows her to hold items.

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I am sorry, but this pattern is not for sale/share. However, I have a lot of cute sewing patterns in my etsy shop, that you could check out:
www.etsy.com/shop/SugarcubeChe…
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Please leave a comment or favourite . It would mean a lot to me.
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K4nK4n Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2017
This is so adorable!Heart Heart Heart Heart 
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you :)
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K4nK4n Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2017
You're welcoooome.
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Dragonlord-Daegen Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
im curious...why did you choose mushrooms for her cutiemark? :)
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well, I actually picked the cutie mark first and built a character around that. I was going for a mushroomy look even with her body design.
And I picked the mushrooms because I thought those would be very cute. Sometimes the silliest things can inspire you :)
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Dragonlord-Daegen Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah thats how i often make my OCs,i once made a Litch Unicorn with a Celtic cross as a cutiemark.
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Chibi-Katie Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
hnnnnnn THERE ARE MUSHROOMS OMG <3
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yes :D I am glad you like them!
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KrazyKari Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Dawwww.....you have such a pretty OC! I like the hoof designs! 
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you, I am glad you like her :)
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TheNoTalentLoser Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017
why did you hand sew her if you have a se400? 

She's super cute though! I totally love your pattern. It's super cute and unique. Your OC is super adorable too. I love the colors. 
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you, I am glad you like her. :)

I normally use hand-sewing when making plushies. Minky is a slipery material, if I do not use a lot of pins, the thwo pieces move away from each other. If I do, the fabric has these vawes in it, caused by the pins, which is not so nice. Also many of the pattern are short but hard to reach to sew together.
If I sew with hand, every stich is exactly where it should be. :)
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TheNoTalentLoser Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2017
Ah ha! I know what you mean. I just end up adding a ton of pins when I sew, it makes it faster to sew with the machine, except I have to pause to take them out. lol. But it can be a bit of a hassle. I've thought about getting a different foot for my machine to help hold down the fabric and push it through correctly, but I still need to look into it. I can't hand-sew an entire plush, unfortunately, I've got a messed up arm and it goes super dead with pain and numbness if I keep doing the repetitive motions of sewing by hand.... part of the reason I had to put off plushing for years until I finally got my machine. 

There is definitely pros and cons for each though. And it IS impossible to do them completely by machine, though I still find it helpful to do as much as I can by machine where needed. Some people even sew over the pins to help keep everything straight... but uh... I broke a needle (not by sewing over pins) and I felt part of it hit my face SO I feel like sewing over METAL BITS would make that much more likely to happen? It seems like a gamble! But it would definitely keep the minky in place as you're going for sure. 

But, still, I totally love your pony pattern, and that you also made Twilight! (my favorite of the mane 6!) And your OC is super adorable. Seriously, it's super cute and I've not seen anything quite like it. Ah, and the OC size is 14"? That's a perfect size!! It's hard to tell in the photo how big she is, but wow that's seriously perfect. I love it. Are you going to be making more ponies? 
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SugarcubeCherry Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
 am sorry to hear about your arm :(

Yeah, I would not want to sew over pins - I only broke one needle so far, but gosh that was scary. I know it is just probably me not having enough practice with machine-sewing minky, but I feel its no less work... pin pin pin.... and sew a bit, get pin out, sew a bit, get pin out... And the result is never as precise (for me) as with hand-sewing. Not to mention trying to sew opposing curves together with a machine- again, super-hard. And with hand sewing you just lay them flat on the table against each other, and pinch the seam allowance together... and sew.

I am glad you like my pattern. The first try, Twilight (also my fav, maybe shared with Applejack) was 11,2 ", and I felt, cute, but too small for a real cuddle, gotta size it up! So I did. Going much bigger would be a bit problematic, the loop of the embroidery machine is only 10cmx10 cm, and re-hooping is hard, and with things like eyes would be extremely difficult to make it nice.

And yes, I am making more plushies! I am working on a parasprite, a pony OC 
commission, and once I will have time, I want to finish the dragonite plushie I am making.
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Comedic-Soosh Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
How much are custom plushes?
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